Celebrities including TOWIE's James Argent and former Premier League stars will be playing football to raise money two charities.

Former policeman Bob Watson dedicated his life to coaching young footballers in the area until he died from cancer in 2012.

In his memory friends and family arranged a celebrity football match that year to raise money for charity and the event was such a success that a follow-up is being held this weekend.

Sutton Guardian: Charity football match to remember coaching legend attracts stars

The late Bob Watson

Players including The Only Way is Essex stars James Argent and Jamie Reed, Eastenders' Mo George and former footballers Darren Byfield and Neil Shipperley will line up against a team made up of Mr Watson's friends and family.

The event, organised by a team including Mr Watson's son Robert, will also feature pre-match entertainment from X-Factor singer Shelly Smith who will also be appearing at a post-event party.

The last football match, which featured film-star-turned-soap actor Danny Dyer, raised almost £7,000.

This year's event will raise money for Cancer Research and Onelife UK.

It takes place at Sutton United FC in Gander Green Lane on Sunday. Gates open at 1pm and kick off is at 3pm. Tickets are £10 for adults and £1 for children. Entrance to the after-party at Sutton United's main function room cost £20 or £10 for children. The party starts at 6pm.

For tickets and information, call 07932 062725.