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Another Name Added To Charity Game

29 July 2015

PDSA Game At Greenhous Meadow Adds Another Star

Sam Callahan from 2013 X Factor's new band "Callahan" will also be putting their boots on for the match.

The BBC3 show "The Call Centre" manager Nev Wilshire has confirmed he will be putting his boots on for the match

The latest editions are this year's very popular - ITV2's "Love Island" winner Max Morley as well as the show's popular Joshua Ritchie and Jordan ringer have confirmed they will be putting their boots on in the celebrity match.

The game will take place on Sunday 30 August with a whole host of stars already announced for the game.

Stars of stage and screen will take to the Greenhous Meadow pitch this summer to raise funds at a charity football match in aid of PDSA.

Luke finished third in the tenth series of The X Factor in 2013. After the show, he signed with RCA Records in October 2014 and released his debut single Hole In My Heart in March 2015.

Former The X Factor finalist Luke Friend is the latest celebrity name to be added to the line-up for the charity football match in aid of PDSA at Shrewsbury Town.

Car parking at the ground will be £5.

All proceeds from ticket sales will go to funding PDSA’s veterinary services in the Shropshire.

*Line-up is subject to change.
Tickets are available from the Shrewsbury Town FC Box Office or by visiting HERE.

Tickets cost £10 for adults and £2 for under 16s. VIP packages are also available, with the opportunity to meet-and-greet the players.

A number of ex-Shrewsbury Town stars have also been added to the line-ups with Micky Brown, Dean Spink, Darren Currie and Lee Taylor being the first to be confirmed.

The interest for the game has been high since it was announced and Twitter chat has been high from fans looking forward to seeiing their heroes in action.

Picture: Lee Latchford Evans

Lee Latchford Evans from Steps has agreed to be manager of one of the celebrity teams for the match.

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