SOCCER AID 2019 is here – and it promises to be some night at Stamford Bridge.
Sporting legends and A-list celebrities team up for a star-studded evening of football action in the capital, as England take on a World XI.
How much are Soccer Aid 2019 tickets?
THIS year Soccer Aid is heading south from Manchester to The Bridge.
Ticket prices start at £20 for adults and £10 for under-16s.
A family of four (two adults and two children) can therefore go to the match for just £60.
Are tickets still available?
UNFORTUNATELY all general admission tickets have sold out for the game.
But there are still plenty of VIP packages left.
This year sees Sam Allardyce and Susannah Reid coach England, whilst the World XI are led by Harry Redknapp and Piers Morgan.
How to get to Stamford Bridge
IF you’re lucky enough to have bagged a ticket for the June 16 event, it’s time to start preparing.
Here’s how to get to the ground –
- TUBE – The nearest tube stop is FULHAM BROADWAY on the District Line.
- CAR – It’s not recommended to drive to Stamford Bridge with parking extremely limited around the ground.
- BUS – Fans can get to the stadium using the number 14, 211 and 414 buses, all of which stop on Fulham Road outside the stadium.
How much do VIP packages cost?
DESPITE the event officially being a sell-out, there are still hospitality packages available.
One option is the Family Package, which includes a buffet, an executive ticket in the West Stand middle tier and free pre-match drinks for a total of £540 (family of four).
Whilst the Blue Package is similar but comes in single tickets of £145 per person.
And finally, the Sapphire Package which includes a three-course meal, match ticket and free drinks throughout for £250 per person.