Last year’s game was held at The Valley in Charlton and raised £1million for charities, with Sidemen FC coming out on top with a thrilling 8-7 victory.
It is hoped that an even bigger sum of money will be raised this year - Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), Teenage Cancer Trust and Rays of Sunshine are among the causes that will benefit from this weekend’s latest Sidemen Charity Match.
KSI will lead the Sidemen team, before his focus turns to the boxing ring and his upcoming bout with Tommy Fury. MrBeast and IShowSpeed are among those confirmed to be featuring for the YouTube All-Stars side.
Date, kick-off time and venue
This year’s Sidemen Charity Match is scheduled for a 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday, September 9.
The game is being held at the London Stadium in Stratford, home of West Ham.
Where to watch Sidemen Charity Match 2023
Live stream: Fans will be to watch the match for free on the Sidemen’s YouTube channel. There is no official confirmation yet of when the coverage will begin.
Live blog: Follow all the action on matchday with Standard Sport’s dedicated live match blog.
Who is playing?
Sidemen FC: KSI, W2S, Miniminter, Vikkstar123, Behzinga, Zerkaa, TBJZL, Callux, Lazarbeam, Calfreezy, Randolph, Tareq, JME
YouTube All-Stars: IShowSpeed, Mr Beast, xQc, Danny Aarons, Chandler Hallow, Niko Omilana, Max Fosh, Kai Cenat, Airrack, AboFlah, Chunkz, ChrisMD, Karl Jacobs, Theo Baker, WillNE, Yung Filly, JiDion
Elz the Witch and Big Zuu will be hosting the coverage of the event, with commentary of the match provided by Spencer Owen and Stephen Tries.
Who are the managers?
As was the case last year, Manchester United fan Mark Goldbridge will take charge of the YouTube All-Stars team.
Sidemen FC will be led by Billy Wingrove, best known for being one half of the freestyle football duo F2.
Who is performing the half-time show?
There will be a show on the pitch at half-time on Saturday, with it confirmed earlier this summer that rapper Aitch would be performing at the London Stadium.