Soccer Aid is British Sports TV series. It first aired on May 22, 2006, on ITV. The series has 7.6 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Soccer Aid Is There: 7 (12 episodes)
Season premieres on June 10, 2018
ITV, 1 episodes
Season premieres on June 5, 2016
ITV, 1 episodes
2014, ITV, 1 episodes
2012, ITV, 1 episodes
2010, ITV, 1 episodes
2008, ITV, 1 episodes
2006, ITV, 6 episodes
Soccer Aid is on ITV (United Kingdom) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 7 Episode 1 () - Air Date: Jun 10, 2018 (8 months ago)
Top Gear eclipsed by Soccer Aid as audience numbers plummet to 2.8 million - Evening Standard - via Standard
Evans took to Twitter to defend the show against the ‘haters’, tweeting: “The new Top Gear is a hit. OFFICIALLY. 23% audience share. 12% MORE than the opening episode of the last series. These are the FACTS.
Jose Mourinho to manage England team... for Soccer Aid - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy
Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno scores wonder goal during ITV 'Soccer Aid' match - video - NME.com - via Nme
TV round-up: Soccer Aid, Good Morning Britain and Antiques Roadshow - Express.co.uk - via Express
Visiting Jordan's Refugee Camps Showed Me What Soccer Aid Is All About - HuffPost UK - via Huffingtonpost
Soccer Aid 2018: Who is Jeremy Lynch? - Manchester Evening News - via Manchestereveningnews
In the audition for BGT he balanced a football on his head and on the back of his neck, before circling it He then finished his performance with some kick-ups, before balancing the ball on his forehead.
FOOTAGE: Dan Carter scores well-taken goal in training for Soccer Aid - Rugby OnSlaught - via Rugbyonslaught
Asprey Creates the Winning Shield for Soccer Aid, UNICEF content= - PR Newswire UK - via Prnewswire
Former Manchester United Champions League winner confirmed for Soccer Aid - JOE.co.uk - via Joe
Soccer Aid at Old Trafford raised record sum - via Manutd
Manchester United formally handed over the Soccer Aid hosting baton to today's Premier League opponents Chelsea, after the 2018 match at Old Trafford raised a record-breaking total of £6,746,557 for UNICEF.
Soccer Aid 2016: The biennial football tournament's most bizarre moments - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy
Gordon Ramsay Joins Soccer Aid World XI Match, Led By Usain Bolt In Partnership With Hublot And Puma - Haute Time - via Hautetime
Sam Allardyce to return as England manager for Soccer Aid - The Bolton News - via Theboltonnews
Michelle Keegan and Jess Wright arrive to watch Soccer Aid - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Soccer Aid 2018: The full lineup is confirmed - who's playing? - Smooth Radio - via Smoothradio