Full 'Soccer Aid' teams announced
Robbie Williams will captain an England side made up of celebrities and ex-professionals, with Terry Venables taking up the role of manager.
The England team consists of Jamie Theakston, David Gray, Bradley Walsh, Damian Lewis, Angus Deayton, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Ben Shephard, Jonathan Wilkes, Dean Lennox Kelly, David Seaman, Tony Adams, Paul Gascoigne, Jamie Redknapp, Les Ferdinand and John Barnes.
Meanwhile Ruud Gullit will manage a Rest of the World side captained by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
The Rest of the World team is made up of David Campese, Alastair Campbell, Lessandro Nivola, Ben Johnson, Partick Kielty, Brian McFadden, Sergei Fedorov, Craig Doyle, Eddie Irvine, Gianfranco Zola, Marcel Desailly, David Ginola, Dunga, Lothar Matthaus and Peter Schmeichel.
The teams will train for one week before the big game, with the stars trying to prove they've got what it takes to make the starting line-ups for the big game at Old Trafford on May 27th.
Soccer Aid is being held to raise money for children's charity UNICEF, for which England captain Robbie Williams is an ambassador.
"When I was in South Africa last month, I saw how UNICEF is helping children. I met four kids who live just outside Durban. They live alone because their Mum and Dad have both died of AIDS," the singer said.
"There are 15 million children orphaned by AIDS in the world. Money raised by Soccer Aid will help make life easier for children like the ones I met," Williams added.
Both squads will also take part in practise matches, with England taking on a team of former England legends and the Rest of the World playing a team of former Scotland legends.
ITV will cover the event extensively showing all the matches broadcasting two dedicated programmes a day.
In addition to daily shows with Ant and Dec, Sara Cox will present Soccer Aid: Extra Time on ITV2.
“All those men are going to need a strong woman to keep them in check; with players like Robbie and Gordon Ramsay I’m sure I’ll have my work cut out," Cox said.