Ex-Millwall assistant boss Marc Bircham, former Millwall player Alex Rae and Snapchat sensation Stevo The Madman help make up the London Lions’ team which was formed by Andy Pheby and Micky Simpson who created the Wonderwall Cup competition. Proceeds from the match will be split 50/50 between The F2’s chosen charity Childline and the London Lions’ chosen charity SSAFA. Billy said: “After being invited to Childline’s London base last year and hearing about some of the issues children and young people are dealing with on a day-to-day basis, coupled with the fact we have a lot of young followers, Jeremy and I felt it was the right charity to support.
There’s less than three weeks to go until internet stars The F2 take part in a celebrity charity football match in aid of Childline and SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity… Jeremy Lynch and Billy Wingrove, who also head up the F2 Football Club made up of influencers, celebrities, ex-footballers and up and coming talent, will play against the London Lions for the chance to win the Wonderwall Cup when they take to the pitch with their team mates at The Den, the home of Millwall Football Club, on Sunday 26th May. Among the F2 Football Club players confirmed as playing when the match kicks-off at 3pm are celebrity personal trainer and social influencer Bradley Simmonds, Love Island 2018 contestant Jack Fowler and comedian ManlikeHaks.