Where: County Ground, Swindon SN1 2ED

When: Sunday 22nd May, 2022, kick-off 4.30pm

This Country's stars Daisy May and Charlie Cooper will be part of a team facing Swindon FC Legends in a charity football match at Swindon's County Ground stadium.

But Daisy May, known as Kerry Mucklowe in the cult BBC show, will be managing rather than playing after she "smashed her leg to smithereens".

The actress even teased she may crowd surf if enough people turn up.

In an Instagram post, she wrote: "Who's coming to see me this Sunday then?"

"I shall be managing this bunch of c***wombles. I'd play in the match, only I smashed my leg to smithereens and it looks like a breadstick in a blender." 

The Mucklowes have long been SwindonTown fans ever since Kerry did a day’s work at The County Ground selling burgers and Kurtan had a trial for Swindon's youth team but unfortunately failed to turn up because he missed the bus.

All monies raised will support children from diverse poor backgrounds at the Global Peace Games.

The National Children's Football Alliance’s peace education programme is a respite for mixed ability, mixed gender, special needs, refugees and migrant children to learn competences through play. The GPGs is an annual week-long event that celebrates the United Nation's International Day of Peace. Many of the participants come from communities of concern and war-torn countries. Your support will provide happy memories.

This Country All Stars Daisy Cooper, Charlie Cooper, Paul and Trevor Cooper from This Country, Tom Davis, Tim Key, Clinton Baptiste (Alex Lowe) Jermaine Pennant and many more celebrities.

Swindon Town Legends Steve Mildenhall, Leigh Barnard, Michael Doughty, Jordan Higgs, Andrew Nicholas, Medhi Kerrouche, Adam Mayes, Paul Caddis, Gareth Hall, Matty Taylor, Paul Bodin, Jerel Ifill, Rob Angus, Clem Morfuni.

“Like every young child I was a football fanatic, I would kick a can of Fosters around the beach just to play football. Supporting the NCFA is a no-brainer.” Swindon Town Owner and Chairman, Clem Morfuni

Tickets £10 Children £2