Soccer Aid football match 2024 players ratings, score, winner and total money raised for charity

Soccer Aid football match 2024 players ratings, score, winner and total money raised for charity

Have a look at the Soccer Aid 2024 match players ratings and winner

Soccer Aid ended with a spectacular performance for another year with England emerging as the winner at the Stamford Bridge.

In the second half of the game, Steven Bartlett gave England the lead, followed by Jermain Defoe, who extending their advantage.

Soccer Aid football match 2024 players ratings list, score, winner and total money raised for charity

The fixture was being staged to raise money for UNICEF, and total of more than £15million on the night took the tally raised since the first Soccer Aid match in 2006 beyond the £100m mark. Soccer Aid is a British annual charity event that has raised over £106 million in aid of UNICEF UK, through ticket sales and donations from the public till date.

Swiftly then Bartlett capitalized on a mistake by goalkeeper Tony Bellew to make it 5-2.


World XI pulled one back from the penalty spot, with Billy Wingrove converting. Later, we witness Theo Walcott adding a sixth for England with a beautiful lob over Bellew.

The scoreline remained unchanged. Below, is the rating of every single player that featured:


Rating of Soccer Aid Player’s 


David James – 5: Should have done better for the Eden Hazard free-kick.
Danny Dyer – 6: Slid around a lot, nailed Usain Bolt, but lasted less than 30 minutes.
Gary Cahill – 7: Classy performance from the former Chelsea defender, preventing several dangerous attacks.
Stuart Broad – 6.5: Looked solid and used his height advantage well.
Sam Quek – 6: Solid at left-back.
Jack Wilshere – 7.5: Displayed moments of pure class, living up to his reputation.
Jill Scott – 8: Still brilliant.
Tom Grennan – 7.5: Showed real skill.
Sam Thompson – 6: Full of energy and enthusiasm.
Joe Cole – 8.5: Scored a fantastic opening goal, showing he hasn’t lost his touch.
Karen Carney – 6: Did okay in midfield.
Miniminter – 7: Received a huge ovation and showed some skill.

World XI

Petr Cech – 6: Displayed some skills early on but got skinned by Jack Wilshere.
Martin Compston – 7: Made a fantastic block to deny Tom Grennan.
Roman Kemp – 7: Played with earrings in, which was unusual.
Patrice Evra – 7: Still very good, flying into tackles.
Alessandro Del Piero – 8: Scored a great goal, showing his technical prowess.
Usain Bolt – 7.5: Contributed to Del Piero’s goal with a classy assist.
Michael Ward – 7: Looked good at left-back and Top Boy is fantastic.
Kaylyn Kyle – 6: Came on in the first half.
Tommy Fury – 3: It’s a good thing he can box.
Paddy McGuinness – 7: Made some good saves.
Robbie Keane – 6: No cartwheel celebration.
Theo Baker – 6: Impressive at right-back.
Billy Wingrove – 7.5: Skillful and scored but lacked a good celebration.
Tion Wayne – 5: Smiled a lot, fair play.
Olga Garcia – 6.5: Played well.
Jason Manford – 6: Nice to see him.
Iain Stirling – 6: A surprising substitution.

How Much Money Soccer Aid 2024 Raised?

Soccer Aid has traditionally raised millions for the global charity UNICEF, and the 2024 final continued this legacy with a night full of fun, fundraising, and football.


This year, over £15 million was raised, pushing the historic total since 2006 past the £100 million mark for charitable causes worldwide.

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