WAG-life! Molly-Mae and Zara cheer on Tommy Fury and Sam Thompson for Soccer Aid

Zara McDermott
-Credit: (Image: PA)

They made their name on reality TV, but Molly Mae Hague and Zara McDermott got to sample WAGlife on Sunday.

The two were on hand to cheer on their men in Soccer Aid for UNICEF, as dozens of famous faces came together to raise funds for the charity. This year's match took place at Stamford Bridge on 9 June, with England beating World XI.

With so many famous faces on the pitch, it's no surprise that many celebs were watching from the sidelines. Among those cheering on the stars were Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague and Zara McDermott, who both got a brief taste of being WAGs as they watched boyfriends Tommy Fury and Sam Thompson take to the pitch on Sunday.

Zara McDermott
Zara McDermott couldn't hide her excitement as she cheered boyfriend Sam Thompson on at Soccer Aid -Credit:PA
Zara McDermott at Soccer Aid
Zara was joined by Sam's mum Karen in the stands -Credit:PA

Zara, 27, enthusiastically cheered Sam, 31, on from the stands alongside the Made in Chelsea star's mum Karen. The pair shouted and filmed Sam, who made his Soccer Aid debut at this year's match.

Meanwhile, Molly-Mae, 25, took to Instagram to share her support for fiancé Tommy, also 25, as he made his second Soccer Aid appearance for World XI. She shared a clip of the match beginning, writing: "LETS GO," followed by a video of Tommy walking onto the pitch.

Tommy made his Soccer Aid debut in 2023. He plays for World XI instead of England, because he is of Mauritian descent on his mother Chantal's side, and his father John Fury is of Irish Traveller descent.

Sam Thompson
Sam made his Soccer Aid debut at the 2024 event -Credit:Mike Marsland/WireImage
Molly-Mae Hague
Molly-Mae shared her support for Tommy on Instagram -Credit:Instagram/@mollymae
Molly-Mae and Tommy
Molly proudly shared clips of her fiancé on the pitch -Credit:Instagram/@mollymae

Also on World XI's team was former footballers Eden Hazard, Roberto Carlos and Petr Cech, as well as Jason Manford, Tony Bellew and Usain Bolt. Other players included Lee Mack, Martin Compston and Roman Kemp.

Over on England's team was Jill Scott, Jermain Defoe, Joe Cole and Theo Walcott, as well as Bobby Brazier, Danny Dyer, Tom Grennan, Eddie Hearn and Sam Quek. The management team included Harry Redknapp and Frank Lampard.

After a very tense match, England came out on top, beating World XI 6-3. The match raised a staggering £15,049,590 for UNICEF, which provides humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. Following this year's match, more than £100 million has been raised for the charity since Soccer Aid began in 2006.

Tommy Fury
Tommy played for World XI for the second year in a row -Credit:PA
Soccer Aid
England won the match -Credit:Getty

Diary of a CEO host Steven Bartlett was awarded Player of the Match for his incredible efforts for England. He scored two goals in the match, which was his first ever time playing in Soccer Aid.

Joe Cole, Jermain Defoe and Theo Walcott also scored for England, as well as Ellen White, who made history as the first ever female goalscorer in Soccer Aid history. For World XI, Eden Hazard, Alessandro Del Piero and Billy Wingrove all scored goals.