In Pictures: Mark Noble at Soccer Aid

Mark Noble laced up his boots for one final time at London Stadium on Sunday, as he took part in the annual Soccer Aid for Unicef game.

Mr West Ham, who retired at the end of the 2021/22 season after an 18-year career in Claret & Blue, lined-up for England against a World XI in the star-studded charity game, which sees a mixture of former pros and celebrities compete for the trophy.

It was the World XI who ultimately triumphed on penalties after a thrilling 2-2 draw.

Noble was joined on the pitch by a host of former Hammers, including David James, Joe Cole, Teddy Sheringham, Stewart Downing, Patrice Evra and Robbie Keane.

Click on the image above for a gallery from the game.


West Ham players wearing the 2022/23 Home Kit