Frank Lampard, Danny Dyer and Tommy Fury arrive at Soccer Aid after party as they let hair down after charity match

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THE stars of Soccer Aid let their hair down after the game as they enjoyed the after party.

England defeated the Rest of the World 6-3 at Stamford Bridge in the annual charity match.

Victorious England boss Frank Lampard arrives at last night’s after party[/caption]
East End legend Danny Dyer headed west for the occasion
Tommy Fury rocks up the big bash[/caption]
Christine Lampard turned up in a yellow Adidas top[/caption]

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was back in familiar territory as he coached England to their first Soccer Aid win since 2018.

Still in his same blazer and white T-shirt combo from earlier in the night, the 45-year-old headed to the bash in good spirits.

Lampard’s wife Christine joined him at the do, donning a yellow Adidas T-shirt for the occasion.

East End legend Danny Dyer headed west for the bash.

Wearing a navy blue shirt, the 46-year-old posed for snaps as he arrived at the event.

Tommy Fury drew some flak from fans during the game for trying to roll the ball on at a throw-in.

The boxer, 25, came on as a substitute for the Rest of the World, qualifying via his mother, who is of Mauritian descent.

He later turned up to the after party in a grey blazer as he looked to shake off the disappointment of defeat.


Jill Scott turned up after putting in a shift in England’s midfield
Sam Quek shows off her winners’ medal[/caption]

Former Lioness Jill Scott also arrived, having put in a shift in midfield for England.

While Sam Quek, who also lined up for the Three Lions, showed off her winners’ medal as she arrived.

Former Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra smiled as he signed autographs ahead of the party.

And the likes of Robbie Keane, David Seaman and Eddie Hearn were also there for festivities.

Tom Grennan, still wearing his tracksuit top and shorts, grinned and gave a peace sign to the camera as he arrived.

While Roman Kemp also had his football gear still on.

Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson stopped to pose for snaps with fans.

And Paddy McGuinness and Tony Bellew also got involved in the fun.

Man Utd icon Patrice Evra signs autographs for fans[/caption]
Robbie Keane rocks up in a grey blazer[/caption]
Eddie Hearn arrived carrying his sports bag
Sam Thompson pulled up in a dark blazer and white T-shirt
England legend David Seaman was in the building[/caption]
Tom Grennan was in high spirits as he turned up
Roman Kemp arrived still in his footie kit[/caption]
Paddy McGuinness looked a happy man as he turned up to the party
Former boxer Tony Bellew was also at the afterparty

As of full-time last night, this year’s Soccer Aid had raised over £15million for charity.

The match also saw former Lioness Ellen White become the first woman to score in a Soccer Aid, when she was assisted by SunSport columnist Jack Wilshere.

It wasn’t a good night for all of Soccer Aid’s participants, however.

After the game, Usain Bolt posted a picture of himself wearing a moon boot in the dressing room after suffering a horror injury during the game.

He wrote: “Raptured Achilles but done know we a warrior.”

Usain Bolt suffered an Achilles injury during the match
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