A Dutch trio has been added to the Soccer Aid 2018 line-up - including former Manchester United stars Jaap Stam and Edwin van de Sar.
Patrick Kluivert will make his debut for the Soccer Aid World XI, with Manchester Utd legend Jaap Stam returning to the defence, in front of his former club and international goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.
The trio will team up with fellow former Dutch international Clarence Seedorf, who is also part of the celeb-packed line up.
TV presenter Paddy McGuinness and Premier League winners Yaya Touré and Michael Owen will also play in the Soccer Aid for Unicef match at Old Trafford, on Sunday June 10.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper, Edwin van der Sar, said: “I’m really excited to be back playing at Old Trafford. I’ve won one and lost one Soccer Aid match so far, so I’m keen to make it two wins, but this game is a lot more significant than that.
The work Unicef does around the world can only continue with your help, so please come along with your friends and family to support their work.”
Former Reading manager Stam had a three-year stay at United, where he is remembered as part of the ’99 treble-winning side.
He said: “ Soccer Aid for Unicef is a brilliant initiative and I am delighted to be playing once again. This year we want to raise more money than ever before, so please come out and support us.
Having lost in 2016, we’re out to win the trophy back this year and the Soccer Aid World XI is looking strong. I think we’ve got a great chance!”
Soccer Aid for Unicef co-founder Jonathan Wilkes has also confirmed that he is unable to take part in this year’s match due to existing work commitments abroad.
Jonathan and Robbie Williams created the Soccer Aid concept in 2006 and since then Jonathan has been integral to the development of the charity which has raised &24million.
The international friendly match will take place at Old Trafford on Sunday June 10, four days before the FIFA World Cup in Russia begins.
Tickets are on sale now and the game will be broadcast live on ITV. Kick-off is scheduled for 8.00pm.
Get tickets from www.manutd.com/socceraid or by calling 0161 444 2018. They are priced between &10 and &50.
The UK Government will match every &1 donated by the public through its UK Aid Match scheme, doubling the difference for children in danger around the world.