The football match celebrates its 10th anniversary this year as it bids to raise more funds for the children’s charity.
A host of celebrities and former players will take to the field at the Etihad Stadium as England take on a World XI.
The popular event will see ex-pros like Wayne Rooney and Jamie Redknapp lace up their boots once more.
While big names such as Usain Bolt, Olly Murs and Lee Mack are also set to feature in Soccer Aid 2021.
What is Soccer Aid?
Soccer Aid was created in 2006 by pop star Robbie Williams as a way to help raise money for children’s charity Unicef.
Celebrities and former players got together to play a charity football match to raise funds to give kids the best start in life.
More than 70,000 people were in the stands to watch the first Soccer Aid between England and the World XI at Old Trafford.
It was such a hit that the event returned two years later and continued to do so until 2018 when it became an annual event.
Soccer Aid harnesses the power of football to help make sure that children can grow up happy, healthy and able to play.
What channel is showing Soccer Aid 2021?
In 2021, Soccer Aid for Unicef will be shown live on ITV from 6.30pm on Saturday 4 September.
Can I live stream Soccer Aid 2021?
Soccer Aid 2021 will also be available for viewers to watch through the ITV Hub.
The ITV Hub streaming service is accessible through a variety of digital devices from smartphones to tablets.
Who are the Soccer Aid presenters and pundits?
Soccer Aid regulars will be accustomed to seeing Dermot O’Leary present the charity football match show.
Alongside O’Leary, Maya Jama will once again add her thoughts to the action on the pitch and in the dugout as a pundit.
While, in a new signing for 2021, Alex Scott will be reporting on all the noteworthy moments from pitch-side at the Etihad.
How to donate to Unicef
For those wishing to make a donation to Unicef please visit the Soccer Aid for Unicef official website.