WAYNE and Coleen Rooney led the way at the glamorous Football For Change gala.
Sports stars and celebrities alike flocked to the huge event at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester on Saturday evening.Wayne and Coleen Rooney were the biggest names at the Football For Change gala[/caption] Jamie Carragher went along with his daughter Mia[/caption] Helen Flanagan opted for a bold leopard-print outfit[/caption] Ricky Hatton and new Playboy girlfriend Chelsea Claire were in attendance[/caption]
The pair both wore black for the prestigious night.
Jamie Carragher took his daughter Mia along as Conor Coady went with his wife.
Peter Crouch was pictured arriving on his own.
Boxer Ricky Hatton was flanked by his new model Playboy girlfriend Chelsea Claire in their first public appearance.
Rooney, Crouch and Carragher all spoke on stage while Vernon Kay also took the microphone.
That is despite the TV personality only completing a staggering 116 miles and raising more than £5million for Children in Need just days earlier.
Olly Murs performed later on in the night, as did Beverley Knight.
Football For Change was set up by stars by Trent Alexander-Arnold, Conor Coady and Jamie Carragher in 2021 to make an impact for young people living in the most deprived communities in the UK.
The likes of Jude Bellingham, Steven Gerrard, Gary Neville, Gary Lineker and Beth Mead are all supporters of the charity – as well as numerous business leaders.
The funding has helped with key projects in education, employment and sport for those who have grown up in poverty or faced particular hardship growing up.Claudia Fogarty dazzled in black[/caption] Christine McGuinness was all smiles on the turquoise carpet[/caption] Gemma Owen looked glamorous in her black full-length number[/caption] Peter Crouch arrived alone for the gala[/caption] Kady McDermott dazzled in her sparkling silver piece[/caption] Olivia Bowen was one of plenty of Love Islanders at the Emirates Old Trafford[/caption] Vernon Kay rocked his velvet tux with class[/caption] Conor Coady is one of the co-founders of the charity[/caption] Olly Murs performed for the celebrity guests[/caption] Beverley Knight also took to the microphone[/caption] Birmingham boss Rooney spoke on stage[/caption]