Why Is Robbie Williams Not At Soccer Aid This Year?

Why is Robbie Williams not doing Soccer Aid?

Robbie Williams taking part in virtual Soccer Aid tournament to help fight coronavirus.

This year’s Soccer Aid event might have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic – but that hasn’t stopped Robbie Williams from raising money with the help of some famous footballers..

How old is Jonathan Wilkes?

42 years (August 1, 1978)Jonathan Wilkes/Age

Is Niall Horan Playing Soccer Aid 2020?

Niall Horan will once again line up in the Soccer Aid for Unicef annual charity match. … This year he is playing for the Soccer Aid World XI team against England. His teammates will include the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt and former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba at the 16 June match at Stamford Bridge stadium.

What was the Soccer Aid score 2020?

3-12020 Highlights The Soccer Aid World XI FC team were led to victory for the second year running as they beat England 3-1 on penalties following a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes.

Are Robbie Williams and Jonathan Wilkes still friends?

Even though they went to different schools as Robbie is slightly older, they became firm friends, bonded by a shared a sense of humour. The pals have been inseparable ever since, with Jonny even getting married at Robbie’s LA mansion with Robbie of course performing best man duties.

Which celebrities are playing in Soccer Aid?

Comedian Jason Manford, rapper Santan Dave and Manchester United legend Patrice Evra will all make their debuts for the Soccer Aid World XI FC. Kelly Smith MBE – who was capped over 100 times for England and represented Great Britain at the London 2012 Summer Olympics – is also playing for the first time.

Is Soccer Aid 2020 Cancelled?

This year’s Soccer Aid has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. … Soccer Aid raised a record £7.9million in last year’s match at Stamford Bridge and the event was set to take place at Old Trafford on June 6.

Where does soccer aid money go?

The money raised through Soccer Aid for Unicef will go to support the vital work of Unicef. Your Soccer Aid for Unicef donations will help Unicef provide children with clean water, vaccines and protection from violence, exploitation and abuse.

Is Soccer Aid on this year?

Charity football showdown Soccer Aid is returning to screens for its ninth year. Although delayed by two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 all-star contest will be kicking off on Sunday 6th September. And it’s set to feature some major names.

Why is soccer at Old Trafford?

Soccer Aid was last held at Old Trafford in 2018. Since 2006, Soccer Aid for Unicef has raised over £38m to help give children all over the world a childhood full of play.

Who is filly Soccer Aid 2020?

The charity match will air live on ITV from Old Trafford but unfortunately there will be no fans filling up the stadium. As for Yung Filly – who’s real name is Andres Felipé Barrientos – he is a presenter, comedian and YouTuber who has amassed over 100m views across YouTube.

Is Robbie Williams involved in Soccer Aid this year?

Soccer Aid is back for 2020, and here’s all the celebrity lineups, date and ticket details we know so far. Robbie Williams, Olly Murs and Usain Bolt have launched the eighth charity football match in aid of Unicef, and it will return this summer at Old Trafford.

Who is taking in Soccer Aid 2020?

Comedian Jason Manford, rapper Santan Dave and Manchester United legend Patrice Evra will all make their debuts for the Soccer Aid World XI FC in 2020. Kelly Smith MBE – who was capped over 100 times for England and represented Great Britain at the London 2012 Summer Olympics – is also playing for the first time.

Who is Jonathan Wilkes married to?

Nikki Wheelerm. 2004Jonathan Wilkes/Spouse

Who is Robbie Williams best mate?

Jonathan WilkesJonathan Wilkes (born 1 August 1978) is an English entertainer, singer and TV presenter, who is famous due to being a close friend of Robbie Williams.

How do I get tickets for Soccer Aid 2020?

How can I get tickets? Tickets for the event are on sale and can be purchased at socceraid.org.uk/tickets. Half of all tickets are priced at just £20. A family of four (two adults and two children) can attend for £60.

Do celebs get paid for Soccer Aid?

But the charity does not pay celebrities now. In 2014, the international children’s charity World Vision paid a group of artists, including a folk-rock band fronted by the Downton Abbey actor Elizabeth McGovern, to promote the charity at their concerts.