A host of familiar faces from the world of football and entertainment, including some United legends, will take to the Old Trafford pitch next month, all in the name of charity.
Fans attending the biennial Soccer Aid game on Sunday 8 June, in aid of UNICEF, will see an England side, featuring Treble-winner Teddy Sheringham and United season-ticket holder Olly Murs, take on Jose Mourinho's Rest of the World team, who have ex-Reds Jaap Stam and Edwin van der Sar in their squad.
Current Soccer Aid champions England, led by singer and Soccer Aid co-creator Robbie Williams, are aiming to retain the trophy against Mourinho's men, who boast Alessandro Del Piero and Andriy Shevchenko among their number.
For music, TV and film buffs, fans can see True Blood actor Stephen Moyer, Dr Who star Matt Smith and Avatar's Sam Worthington in action, while comedians Paddy McGuinness, Jack Whitehall and John Bishop are also taking part. Robbie Williams has enlisted fellow Take That star Mark Owen, while Westlife's Nicky Byrne and chef Gordon Ramsay turn out for the Rest of the World.
We spoke to a number of the personalities to get their views on the big game:
"Old Trafford is a fantastic ground with such history and success and so many great memories for myself. I'm very determined. I've not won this trophy so I'm hoping it'll be third time lucky."
Jaap Stam (Rest of the World)
"Jamie Redknapp in midfield is one to watch for England and Teddy [Sheringham] is still pretty fit. I'm sure Robbie will