Big Brother and X Factor stars at Potters Bar charity football match
A HOST of celebrities and ex-sports stars have been lined up to take part in a charity football match in Potters Bar this weekend.
Former Big Brother contestants Sam Pepper, Mario Marconi and Victor Ebuwa, X Factor runner-up Andy Abraham and EastEnders actor Mo George are among the names taking part in a Celebrity All Stars team.
They will line up against a Legends of Sport XI, which includes former boxing champs John H Stracey and Tim Witherspoon, and ex-Tottenham Hotspur footballers Stuart Nethercott, David Kerslake and Paul Allen.
The game, at the South Mimms Travel Stadium, the home ground of Potters Bar Town FC in Watkins Rise, is in support of Potters Bar-based charity The Wise Foundation – which aims to promote and advance a number of philanthropic causes such as medical research, education, social welfare and historical preservation.
Steven Gill from Big Brother 11 will be manager of the celebrity team, while former Aston Villa coach Steve Walford will be in charge of the sports legends.
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Also performing on the day will be magician Shane Price and singer Sara Lily.
The match will be held on Sunday at 2pm. Gates open at 12.30pm, with pre-match entertainment starting at 1pm.
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Tickets are �10 and include a programme and raffle ticket. Under-16s pay �5 and under-fives go free.