Friday, September 29, 2023

How to watch the Sidemen Charity Match: FREE live stream, channel and talkSPORT coverage for latest edition of huge YouTube event

The highly-anticipated 2023 Sidemen Charity Match will take place on Saturday afternoon at West Ham’s London Stadium. 

Stars from across the YouTube world will take the pitch in the capital to compete in the huge match between Sidemen FC and YouTube All-Stars. 

Sidemen FC take on the YouTube All-Stars on SaturdaySidemen

KSI will feature in the match that raised over £2million for charity last year when played at a sold-out Valley Stadium. 

The Sidemen won that thrilling clash 8-7 and will be aiming to win back-to-back games in front of another record-breaking audience online. 

Sidemen Charity Match: How to watch 

The 2023 Sidemen Charity Match will take place on Saturday, September 9. 

It will be played at West Ham’s London Stadium and is set to kick-off at 3pm. 

The game will be available to watch for FREE.

It is set to be shown on the Sidemen YouTube channel with coverage scheduled to begin at 2:15pm. 

The event will be hosted by Elz The Witch and Big Zuu with commentary coming from  Spencer Owen and Stephen Tries.

talkSPORT and will also keep you up to date with all the action. 

To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream.

You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.

KSI will be playing only a month before his fight with Tommy FuryGetty

Sidemen Charity Match: Squads 

Sidemen squad

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YouTube All-Stars: 

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Ronaldo super-fan Speed will feature in the game againYouTube

Sidemen Charity Match: What has been said? 

Mark Goldbridge will return as manager of the YouTube All-Stars for the game and he is relishing the opportunity. 

Speaking to talkSPORT, Goldbridge said: “Back again managing the YouTube All-Stars in the Sidemen charity game which is absolutely fantastic.

“It’s for charity which is brilliant, I was lucky enough to be part of it last year at Charlton – West Ham so double the attendance, hopefully double the atmosphere.

“It was a great game last year and the great thing about this is that it’s a collection of influencers that are doing it to raise money for charity.

“The downside of that as a coach is that it’s a mixture of fitness levels and quality. Speed’s back – that’ll be interesting, we had a very interesting dynamic last year.

“Obviously you’ve got some very good players on the Sidemen side of things as well so I think in relation to what I try and do in that is you are literally given some players just before so you’ve just got to try and get your key principles across as a coach.

“The Goldbridge ball thing was quite big last year in relation to how we played and I think we’ll try and keep it simple again.

“If I can get two people to play centre back who’ve actually have an idea on how to play centre back I’ll be very happy and if I’ve got a goalkeeper that can actually get their body in the way then I think we’ll be in with a chance.”

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