Hammers favourites of years gone by will play again to raise cash for courageous little Isla Caton.
Isla, from Hornchurch in Essex, was diagnosed with a rare child cancer called Neuroblastoma – the same disease which tragically took the life of heroic young Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery last year – in March 2017.
Her family are all passionate Irons supporters and need £400,000 to take their little one to the USA for treatment unavailable in this country.
And a big fundraiser is to take place on Sunday 6 May at Redbridge FC when the stars will come out for a match between Team Celebrity and Team Isla.
THose who have already pledged their support are Jack Collison, Paul Konchesky, Matty Etherington, Jimmy Walker, Rufus Brevett, Kenny Brown and Marlon Harewood.
West Ham-supporting boxers Mark Little and Sammy McNess, snooker player Mark King, The Apprentice star Sofiane Khelfa, comedian Neg Dupree and reality TV star Jeff Brazier are also planning their suport.
Tickets for the match, which will kick-off at 2pm at Oakside Stadium, are priced at £10 for Adults, £5 for Children aged between two and 12 and free for youngsters aged one and under. Family tickets for two Adults and two Children are available for £26.
To buy tickets and support Isla’s Fight Against Neuroblastoma, click here.