Who has won the most Soccer Aid matches out of England and World XI?


SOCCER AID is an annual event to raise money for children, but winning also comes with some serious bragging rights.

Each year, England and World XI take to the pitch to see who will be crowned that year’s winner of Soccer Aid.

PASoccer Aid 2023 will see a star-studded lineup of celebrities battle it out to lift the Soccer Aid trophy[/caption]

Who has won the most Soccer Aid matches?

Soccer Aid for Unicef was started by Robbie Williams in 2006 and is the biggest celebrity charity football match in the world.

There have been 11 occasions that England and World XI have faced off since Soccer Aid began.

In the 2021 game, World XI’s 3-0 win brought their total count of wins up to five, equal to the number of times England had lifted the trophy.

However, the penalty shoot-out win for World XI in 2022 has put them in the lead.

What are the previous results?

The players of the England team have their work cut out for them for the 2023 edition of Soccer Aid.

After World XI’s penalty win in 2022, the England team will be desperate to win.

Especially as World XI have been the victors for the last three games.

Below are all of the results since the first encounter in 2006:

2006: England 2-1 Rest of the World
2008: England 4-3 Rest of the World
2010: England 2-2 Rest of the World 2-2 (6-7 on penalties)
2012: England 3-1 Rest of the World
2014: England 2-4 Rest of the World
2016: England 3-2 Rest of the World
2018: England 3-3 World XI (4-3 on penalties)
2019: England 2-2 World XI (1-3 on penalties)
2020 England 1-1 World XI (3-4 on penalties)
2021: England 0-3 World XI
2022: England 2-2 World XI (1-4 on penalties)

When is Soccer Aid 2022?

Soccer Aid 2023 will happen on Sunday, June 11, 2023. Kick-off is at 7:30 pm.

For those who weren’t able to get tickets, you can watch the action on ITV where it will be broadcasted live.

You can also watch the game on the ITVX app on your phones and tablets.

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