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Sunday May 24th 2020 sees Woking Football Club host a charity football match which brings together professionals from the game in aid of four local charities. 

Always wanted to see how you measure up as a footballer on the pitch opposite Former England players, perhaps your son or daughter loves the game or you're looking for a local outing to take your family to. 

Fancy playing opposite an 'All Star' ? ….. 

If you've always dreamt of playing football at a top level but never made it, this could be your chance to see how you measure up with dribbling past some of football's finest.

The 'All Star' team made up of Former England players, current Woking FC players, as well as legendary Cards players, and a sprinkling of celebrities will give people the chance to play in the opposing team of non-professional footballers by signing up to play for a 25 minute quarter game.

Ex players from across the Premier League - from Chelsea, to West Ham, Arsenal and Sunderland are already signed up to play with a full player list to be revealed in the coming weeks. 

The family fun day out will have lots of activities on the pitch for the whole family to join in with, from penalty shoot-outs with current Cards players to having a go at hitting the crossbar, meeting the charity mascots and seeing the main charity match in play, it's an afternoon not to be missed. 


How can I sign up to play in one of the 25 minute quarters ? 

Keep watch on Woking Football Club's website for all the details which will be released Monday 16th March. 


Entries are by a £100 donation on a first come first served basis with the money raised going to all four charities. 

If I don't want to play, but would like to bring my family to watch, what do I need to know ?

The gates open at 10:30am.

Entry on the day: £5 per adult, £1 per child 

How does this event benefit the four charities ? 

All money raised from player play donations, entry on the gate, bucket collections and raffle on the day will be split four ways between:

Cherry Trees, Woking and Sam Beare Hospice, The Emily Ash Trust and The Halo Children's Foundation.

To see how Woking Football Club are working with Cherry Trees to include children and young people with disabilities in football in their community head to this cute clip! 


Thanks to Woking Football Club, Cherry Trees is able to offer free family match day tickets to Cherry Trees families to matches, as well as work in partnership on community fundraisers like these thanks to the generosity and community spirit shown by the club. 

This event is hosted by Woking Football Club, supported by the four charities.