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Football Aid returns to Ewood Park!

Former Rovers trio set for an Ewood outing in late April, all for a great cause!

20 March 2019

Rovers and Football Aid are delighted to announce that fans’ favourites David Dunn and Kevin Gallacher will be pulling on the Rovers shirt for a special charity football match to raise valuable funds for the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust, as well as projects nominated by Football Aid’s parent charity Field of Dreams.

Rovers Development Squad Coach Damien Johnson has also agreed to support the event by managing the players on their special night.

Football Aid have been organising charity games for over 17 years now and are regarded as the original and best in delivering the ultimate pitch day experience.

As a player you'll get the chance to pull on your exclusive personalised Rovers replica shirt in the official changing rooms, experience the thrill of walking down the tunnel to the sound of a cheering crowd and step out onto the hallowed turf proudly sporting your official playing kit and represent Rovers in a never to be forgotten 90 minutes of football!

Now you can book your place in the team and line up alongside Dunn, Gallacher and Johnson – it’s an opportunity you won’t want to miss!

Just visit www.footballaid.com, choose the Rovers game, and book your place with a one off payment.

The match will take place at Ewood Park on Thursday 25th April 2019, kick-off 7pm.

For additional information, call Football Aid on: 0131 220 5999, e-mail: info@footballaid.com, post on their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/footballaid or send a tweet to @FootballAid.

Since forming in 2001 Football Aid have allowed over 18,000 football fans the chance to Live the Dream in over 700 matches all over the UK, Europe and USA, while pledging over £2.4M for charity.

The unique concept was the brainchild of businessman and Football Aid Founder Craig Paterson and funds raised from this year's event will benefit the work of a charitable project nominated by the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust, as well as projects nominated by Football Aid’s parent charity Field of Dreams.


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