PDSA Celebrity Football Match
1 CommentFriday, 3 July 2015 | D for Dog
On Sunday 30th August at 3pm some of the biggest names from the worlds of TV, sport and music will be making their way to Shrewsbury Town FC to take part in a celebrity football match in aid of PDSA.
Stars such as James Arthur and fellow X factor winners, Jake Wood and the cast of EastEnders will battle it out against the stars of Coronation Street, Dan Osborne and the cast of Towie and some of the biggest names in music.
Sunday 30th August 2015, match 3pm, Shrewsbury Town FC
The event promises to be the perfect end to the summer holidays, with all proceeds from the match going to PDSA to help in their efforts.
Whether you're a fan of the Rizzle Kicks, would love to see your favourite soap opera stars or want to cheer sporting heroes, this is your chance... but be sure to hurry to get your tickets now before they sell out.
Have an amazing family day out and show your support for PDSA. This is a unique chance to see 30 of the country's biggest celebrities all in one place, all coming together to entertain you and the family, and also to raise vital funds for PDSA.
More big names are being added every week.
As well as the match itself there will be lots of fun to be had with:
Tickets start at just £2 for under 16's to £10 for adults so make sure you get yours reserved quickly. This is a first come first served opportunity and once they are sold out that's it!
There is even a VIP package, if you fancy living like a superstar for the day. The exclusive VIP packages give you a unique opportunity to mingle with the celebrities themselves after the match. Also included is a 3 course meal in the Sovereign Lounge and superior seating for the match itself.
To find out more or get your tickets, visit http://www.pdsa.org.uk/football
All profits from the match day will be going to PDSA to help them in their mission to “help a vet help a pet”. As a vital resource for those people and pets that most need our help, PDSA will be able to continue to offer the support and attention so desperately needed.