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Sunday 14 Apr 2019
IN PICTURES | Stars turn out for 'My Tribute' charity match at National Football Stadium at Windsor Park

The National Football Stadium at Windsor Park hosted a celebrity charity football match on Sunday afternoon in aid of Nacoa and the IFA Foundation. 

Over 6,000 fans watched on as Calum Best's team went up against EastEnders actor Jake Wood's side with stars of screen and sport taking to the pitch for the 'My Tribute' game and two worthy causes. 

Boxer Carl Frampton and former Northern Ireland 'keeper Maik Taylor were familiar faces to the Belfast crowd while Albert Square favourite Danny Dyer, the F2 Freestylers and reality TV stars Jack Fowler, James 'Arg' Argent and Sam Gowland entertained the crowd.

After 4-4 draw, the game was decided with a penalty shootout win for Wood's 'Utd' team wearing red. 

See below for a gallery of today's match.