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Battling it Out for England Alongside His Band of Brothers
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | June 10, 2018
As we previously announced, Damian returned to the Pitch as Central Midfielder for 2018’s Soccer Aid for Unicef charity event, held Sunday, June 10, 2018 at Old Trafford football stadium in Manchester, UK and he could not wait for it!
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Soccer Aid for Unicef: Two Teams, One Goal
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | April 27, 2018
Today it was announced that Damian will return for Soccer Aid 2018, joining Team Robbie playing for England. Damian played in the very first Soccer Aid back in 2006 and has gone on to make several subsequent appearances in the match, mainly as a central midfielder.
What: Soccer Aid for Unicef Who: England vs Soccer Aid World XI When: Sunday June 10, 2018 Where: Old Trafford, Manchester Time: Kick off at 8:00 pm (BST) How: Purchase tickets here or call 0161 444 2018 Broadcast: ITV and STV Presenters:Kirsty Gallacher and Dermot O’Leary Referee: Mark Clattenburg Teams: England Team Captain Robbie Williams vs. Soccer Aid World XI Team Captain Usain Bolt Why: Soccer Aid brings stars, football legends and all of us together to raise money so that more children around the world can grow up healthy, happy and safe. The football match was started by Robbie Williams and Jonathan Wilkes in 2006. Over the last 10 years, the £24 million raised by Soccer Aid has enabled Unicef to help more children than any other humanitarian organization. Unicef provides life-saving food, vaccines, clean water and protection from violence to millions of children around the world.
And guess what former Homeland co-star joins Damian on the field?
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QPR’s Game4Grenfell Honoured at London Football Awards
by Hampshire Chronicle | March 1, 2018
Damian Lewis (centre) Chris Sutton and Jamie Redknapp at Game4Grenfell. Photo by Victoria Jones/PA
A charity football match that raised more than £400,000 for Grenfell Tower survivors has won a community project of the year award. Former England goalkeeper David Seaman joined a cast of celebrities including Marcus Mumford, Les Ferdinand, Peter Crouch and Damian Lewis at the Game4Grenfell in September last year.
Queens Park Rangers hosted the celebrity showdown at the Loftus Road stadium, situated just a mile away from the site of the disaster.
Team Ferdinand’s (L to R) captain singer Marcus Mumford, presenter Ben Shephard, Sir Mo Farah, Damian Lewis, DJ Spoony and Peter Crouch celebrate after Sir Mo scores the first goal of the match during Game4Grenfell. Photo by Victoria Jones/PA
About 2,000 complimentary tickets were given to those directly affected, including residents, relatives of the victims, volunteers and members of the emergency services.