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David Beckham UNICEF match line ups, they are immense

On Saturday 14th November Old Trafford will be hosting David Beckham’s charity football match which aims to raise funds for UNICEF.

Beckham has summoned some of the greatest and most legendary players and managers to compete in the charity match.

The Home team, labelled as Great Britain and Ireland, will be managed by the great Sir Alex Ferguson, and captained by David Beckham. The rest of the team includes:

(Domestic record key: Outfielders: apps/goals/assists – Goalkeepers: apps/clean sheets)


David Seaman (422/172)

David James (784/240)

Sol Campbell (592/23/4)

John Terry (647/62/28)

Phil Neville (661/13/15)

Rio Ferdinand (662/13/10)

Jamie Carragher (705/4/10)

Ashley Cole (572/16/51)

Nicky Butt (565/32/11)

Paul Scholes (696/146/48)

Ryan Giggs (880/155/156)

Michael Owen (459/212/11)

Andy Cole (531/222/14)

David Beckham (704/125/119)


The Away team, or Rest of the World side, will be managed by ex-Chelsea and Real Madrid boss, Carlo Ancelotti, and will be captained by Zinedine Zidane. Their squad includes:


Edwin van der Sar (794/356)

Cafu (376/12/14)

Fabio Cannavaro (631/17/2)

Alessandro Nesta (599/13/2)

Luís Figo (557/101/60)

Ronaldinho (506/188/128)

Patrick Vieira (557/53/29)

Michael Ballack (604/151/97)

Massimo Ambrosini (547/38/21)

Robert Pirès (552/121/42)

Dwight Yorke (494/152/10)

Patrick Kluivert (439/191/24)

Ole Gunnar Solskjær (395/151/31)

Landon Donovan (425/172/132)

Zinedine Zidane (434/84/44)


Both teams boast some of the footballers of all time. Hopefully it’s a good game and raises lots of money for the UNICEF charity.

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