Nicky returned to The Nicky Byrne Show today, after being busy for a week with Soccer Aid training! Their guest was Dublin Footballer, Bernard Brogan. Check out this picture of him with Nicky and Jenny + their King Crisps goodies!
Game is over, and England won 3-2. Even though I wish the results had been different, I still enjoyed every minute of the very exciting and intense game! Nicky was team captain and he played incredibly well! He should be proud of everything he did (as well as the rest of Team ROW). UNICEF raised £5,391,398 MILLION! Congratulations to everyone on all the hard work that certainly payed off!
You can check out pictures from the game by clicking on the ones below:
The most awaited charity event of the year took place this evening. Nicky and The Rest of The World were all suited and booted before wearing their jerseys – looking gorgeous! Click on one of the pictures to view all of them:
After lots of prep, the day has finally come! Soccer Aid will take place at Old Trafford in aid of UNICEF, at 8pm tonight! I want to wish Nicky and his team Rest of The World (ROW) the best of luck! I’m sure they’ll do great… And hopefully Nicky will be able to reunite with his beloved trophy!
WHERE TO WATCH:
For those who live in the UK, a Soccer Aid special will start at 6:00PM on ITV. You can also watch online on ITV Hub or the ITV Hub App. If you live outside of the UK, an international link is available by clicking here!
While in Manchester and on the eve on Soccer Aid, Nicky and some of the boys attended Coldplay’s concert at the Etihad Stadium. Looks like they had a blast! Well deserved after a hard week of training 😉
Soccer Aid has raised more than £17 million over five matches for Unicef to help protect children around the world.
Money raised from Soccer Aid has helped protect women and children with maternal health services, reached over a million children suffering from malnutrition with lifesaving therapeutic food, trained health workers to provide frontline care, provided vaccinations against killer diseases, helped rebuild the lives of children affected by disasters, and helped combat malaria.
Nicky tweeted this hilarious pic, asking his followers to make a donation. You can do it by purchasing ticket for tomorrow’s Soccer Aid game, by donating at unicef.org.uk, or by texting GIVE to 70750.