The Sidemen will take to the field again this year for their fifth charity football match. The fixture will take place this Saturday at West Ham United's London Stadium.
The popular YouTube group confirmed the event in May, with over 60,000 fans purchasing tickets for the event. Last year, 25,000 supporters attended the game at Charlton Athletic's Valley Stadium, raising more than £1 million for charities.
All proceeds of the event will be donated to charities such as suicide prevention charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), youth charity Teenage Cancer Trust and wish-granting charity, Rays of Sunshine.
Fans were quick to purchase tickets for the event when they were released earlier in the summer. The London Stadium will welcome 62,000 people this weekend, with tickets selling out within hours of release.
Supporters who were unlucky not to grab tickets can still watch the event live on the Sidemen YouTube channel. The stream starts at 2:15pm with kick-off taking place at 3pm. Rapper Aitch is also due to perform at half-time
The Sidemen have provided two different opportunities for supporters to watch the game with their friends. BoxPark Wembley and BoxPark Croydon are both showing the game. Tickets for the watch along can be purchased here.
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Tickets start at £10, which includes a £10 food token and allows fans to enter the location 30 minutes before kick-off. They do provide a free entry option, though entry into either BoxPark is not guaranteed.
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