Football boots on, goal nets up, pitch neatly mowed and a dressing room full of celebrities. It can only mean one thing.... Soccer Aid 2020 is here and TikTok is the only place to catch all the football scores, goals, celebrations, commiserations and changing room banter it has to offer.
We're gearing up for the biggest football league showdown of the year with a series of exclusive LIVES with @soccer_aid and some of TikTok's most loved sporting celebs and creators.
Here's the only schedule you need to get match fit and game ready for Soccer Aid 2020 this weekend:
Fancy a round of golf? Tee-off with Iain Stirling and his mates
Friday 4 September, 4pm
Can the stars handle the spot-kick pressure? Penalty Shoot-Outs with Chunkz & Filly
Saturday 5 September, 3.30pm
Take your seat. We’re heading over to Old Trafford for the match!
Sunday 6 September, 5.20pm
It’s half-time - let’s get the reactions live from the dressing rooms
Sunday 6 September, 8.30pm
It’s nearly all over here… Get closer to the celebrations when the whistle is blown
Sunday 6 September, 9.45pm
For Soccer Aid 2020, TikTok are asking the nation to do their bit for the cause, by showing off their own #SoccerAidSkills in a new bespoke TikTok hashtag challenge kicking off on the app from Sunday 23 August.
Whether you’re a football pro, or a total rookie, TikTok and Soccer Aid want to see what football skills the community has got in its locker.
The new challenge features a special Original Sound from iconic football commentator Clive Tyldsley and includes a Soccer Aid 2020 clickable donation sticker that can be embedded directly in videos and TikTok LIVEs, helping to raise vital funds for the charity.
Check out some of our favourite #SoccerAidSkills so far...
@ollymurs managed just four keepy uppies before losing control and wrecking the backdrop of his room
@livcookefs shows Olly Murs himself how to bring a ball down
Love Island's @kemcetinay scraped five keepy uppies before a dubious handball
@thebodycoach and the nation's PE teacher Joe Wicks showed off his dribbling skills, attempting a series of step-overs as he tried to dodge an imaginary football defender