Tom Hiddleston looks dapper in a grey suit as he poses for selfies with fans at Old Trafford ahead of Soccer Aid
Tom Hiddleston was all smiles as he posed for selfies with fans at Old Trafford ahead of representing the England for Soccer Aid.
The actor, 42, dressed smart ahead of the match in a grey blazer and matching trousers which he teamed with a black T-shirt beneath.
He styled his long brunette tresses pushed over to one side as he beamed for photos with the crowd.
The match will see celebrities on the England team go head-to-head with the Rest of the World XI stars, with the event raising money for UNICEF.
In an interview with OK! Magazine on Saturday, Tommy Fury shared that he would be dedicating the match to his and Molly-Mae Hague’s daughter Bambi.
Wow: Tom Hiddleston was all smiles as he posed for selfies with fans at Old Trafford ahead of representing the England for Soccer Aid
Amazing: The actor, 42, dressed smart ahead of the match in a grey blazer and matching trousers which he teamed with a black T-shirt beneath
He told the publication: ‘Bambi will be live and present at the game on Sunday.
‘I’m going to give her a shout-out whether we win or lose, always. I’m dedicating my performance to her – so you can guarantee it will be a great performance.’
Tommy also said of his daughter: ‘I am missing her, when I left home was a bit hectic, I was rushing about doing a million things so I’m looking forward to seeing her at the game.’
Soccer Aid will have an all-female refereeing team for the first time with top-flight official Abigail Byrne set to take charge of Sunday’s game at Old Trafford.
Byrne is one of four Women’s Super League officials involved with the match.
Georgia Ball and Nicoleta Bria will be Byrne’s assistants while Jane Sims will be on fourth official duty.
There will be no VAR and the game will go straight to penalties if the result is a draw at full-time.
Byrne was promoted into the elite level of refereeing in 2015 and has operated in the WSL since 2016. She also took charge of the women’s FA Cup final in 2019.
Former Lionesses and Euro 2022 winner Jill Scott is captain of the England team while the recently retired Izzy Christiansen is also one of the ex-pros involved.
Chelsea boss Emma Hayes will co-manage with Harry Redknapp.
As well as former footballers there are a number or celebrities involved, with the England team featuring the likes of Liam Payne while the Rest of the World team includes former Manchester United stars Nani and Patrice Evra.
Game time: The match will see celebrities on the England team go head-to-head with the Rest of the World XI stars, with the event raising money for UNICEF