Goal4Africa kicks off in Munich

Some of the biggest names in football have joined a campaign to raise funds for charity ahead of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa – Didier Drogba, Steven Gerrard, Samuel Eto’o Gennaro Gattuso,Michael Ballack to name a few.India’s Baichung Bhutia also rubbed shoulders with all the big stars.
The first game last night was between World Teams One and Two.
World Team Two, skippered by Ballack, defeated Seedorf’s World Team One 9-6.
Fans are being asked to donate money every time their team scores to fund education and development in Africa – to fulfil Nelson Mandela’s dream of “Education for all — all for education”.Check out the Goal4Africa website here..
The campaign hopes to raise more than $90m (£45m) by 2010.The video is of the opening ceremony in Munich.

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