Jamiroquai, Goldie and Mark Owen are the latest stars to announce their participation in this year's tournament...

Jamiroquai, GOLDIE, ex- Take That singer MARK OWEN and ’80s star PAUL HARDCASTLE are the latest names to join the Music Industry Soccer Six tournament to be held on May 29 at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge stadium.

They join a host of names who have already pledged to play, including Robbie Williams, Damon Albarn, Stereophonics, Leeroy Thornhill, who only recently announced his departure from the Prodigy, Bush and ex-England international Peter Beardsley.

The competition, now in its fourth year, has seen Blur and Oasis swap tackles at the height of their Britpop chart wars. This year the grudges are more likely to be amongst boy bands as 911, 5ive and Another Level have all entered teams.


Organisers promise more names to be confirmed closer to the time.

Tickets are on sale now. You can book tickets from First Call on 0171 420 0959 or 0870 906 3899, or from Ticketweb online or by calling 0171 771 2000.


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