Sunday 25th July sees household TV personalities leave the set for the pitch, as they take on the Sellebrity Soccer match, at Woking Football Club.

Stars from Eastenders, The Only Way is Essex, Soccer AM and Love Island will be lacing up in aid of four local charities. 

Names confirmed so far include: X-Factor winner James Arthur, Dan Osborne, Tubes, Dean Gaffney, Jake Wood and Marvin Brooks - the list goes on, as well as our very own Cherry the mascot there for her own cherry active day out.  

Join Cherry Trees, Woking and Sam Beare Hospice, The Emily Ash Trust and The Halo Children's Foundation at this family friendly sporting Sunday afternoon kickabout.

Entry

Gates open: 13:00, kick-off 15:00. 

Entry on the day: ticket prices £10 adults £5 children / concessions and can be booked on Sellebrity Soccer's website or via Woking FC Tickets.

How does this event benefit the four charities ? 

Money raised from sponsorship from local businesses, as well as bucket collections on the day will be split between the 4 charities. If you are a local business that would like to take one of our sponsorship opportunities up, packages range from £100 in value to £2,000. Please contact [email protected] for a discussion about what's available. 

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

Thanks to Woking Football Club, Cherry Trees is able to offer free family match day tickets to the families we support thanks to the generosity and community spirit shown by the club. 

This is a third party event, hosted and run by Woking football club, for enquiries related to Covid safe event planning and delivery please contact the club directly. At the time of publishing this page, the planned capacity for the event is in line with the current national guidance of 50% capacity, comfortably able to host 1,300 paying entrants. Page updated: 28/06/21. 

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