A grand total of £57,000 has been handed over to two deserving charities following the Big Match at Newbury FC back in June.
Big Match Newbury pitted former professional footballers and celebrities against each other in a charity game to raise money for The Brain Tumour Charity and Action for Children.
Those in attendance included Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock, England star Kelly Smith and reality TV personality Amy Childs.
And on Friday the cheque of the funds raised from the event was handed over to the two charities to split evenly.
Neil Humphries, founder of the Big Match, said: “There’s still a little bit of counting to do but we’re confident we’ve raised over £57,000.
“The weather was good on the day, and everybody said they had a great time.
“Alongside raising that amount of money for the charities that’s all you could ask for, except for me being on the winning team but it didn’t happen!
“Based on the success of being at Newbury FC there’s absolutely no reason why it can’t come back here, whether that’s next year or the year after.”