Fancy yourself as a keepy-uppy star?
Well, football nut Robbie Williams has challenged you to prove it by asking how long you can Keep it up for Soccer Aid!
In the run up to Soccer Aid 2010 – ITV1’s celebrity football match raising money for children’s charity UNICEF – Williams has set a keepy-up challenge to inspire footballers at all levels to show their skills and help the world’s poorest children.
Returning from a visit to Haiti, UNICEF ambassador Williams said: “It’s really simple: do as many sponsored keepy uppys as you can and raise bucket loads of money to help make a real difference to the lives of kids all over the world, including the fantastic young people that I met in Haiti.”
Don’t worry if ball tricks and skills are not your thing – there’s a challenge for everyone from beginners though to professionals.
Soccer Aid 2010 takes place at Old Trafford on 6 June, which gives you the best part of a month to hone your keepy-uppy skills and raise loads of cash for a good cause.
Enter the £50 challenge!
What’s more, if you can raise £50 for UNICEF through this challenge by 31 May, then you and three friends could win an exclusive, money-can’t-buy VIP Soccer Aid Experience, which includes a trip to Manchester, a tour of Old Trafford, tickets to the game and a chance to meet the players!
This year’s player line-up includes England legend Alan Shearer and one of the all-time greats, Zinedine Zidane… so get that ball out now and get raising money for Soccer Aid!
So get yourself registered for your challenge at www.socceraid.org.uk.
Buy tickets to Soccer Aid
Tickets for Soccer Aid are available online or by calling 0844 576 2010. All profits go directly to UNICEF.