This September sees the return of notorious Soccer Six – with its exciting new initiative – Soccer SixFest
September 17th will see Soccer Six return to Mile End Stadium. Soccer Six is the biggest music industry driven football tournament in the world which has been staged at prestigious football stadiums across the UK since 1995. Previous years have seen names such as Robbie Williams, Oasis, Pulp, Blur, Jude Law, JLS, Iron Maiden and Def Leppard, to name but a few.
Soccer six gives fans the chance to meet their favourite stars and snap a selfie!
Steve Harris playing at a previous Soccer Six
This year we will see The Darkness return as previous tournament winners joined by Sex Pissed Dolls, Mallen, The Fell, Sisteray,Bang Bang Romeo, and many new names to the Soccer six event.
Stay tuned to @soccersix / @soccersixrock on Twitter to follow the announcements as they come!
If cheering for your favourite Celebrity in a classic game of ‘footy’ wasn’t enough, just wait until you see who is performing on the historical Soccer Six stage! With Premiership season upon us, what better way to celebrate the summer with an eclectic mix of Celebrity soccer and music?
‘We are delighted to bringing so many different musical genres and back to our original home at Mile End Stadium at the start of our 21st anniversary year celebrations with our Soccer SixFest. Soccer Six was integral in capturing the moment in the 90’s Brit Pop era and feel a similar exciting mood happening all over. Add to this an eclectic mix of known celebrities and the multi platforms for media this time we are beyond excited to be at the forefront of this wave of optimism and excitement.” – Mark Abery , Founder SOCCER SIX
Soccer Six also heavily supports Musicians Against Homelessness (MAH) which is an organisation dedicated to raising funds for the homeless charity Crisis in England, Scotland, and Wales.
“We’re thrilled that the mighty Soccer Six have chosen to support Musicians Against Homelessness this year. MAH was set up with the aims of supporting up-coming talented bands and artists in the UK ,whilst raising funds to assist homeless people via the charity Crisis. Football and music has historically gone hand in hand, so for us this is a perfect partnership. Soccer Six is a national institution, and one which we’re proud to have backing from this year” – Alan McGee, patron of MAH
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