Another batch of Arsenal legends have confirmed they will wear red & white once more at Underhill on June 23rd.
Ray Parlour, Paul Davis and Perry Groves are just three of the players who will join the likes of Tony Adams, Nigel Winterburn, Ian Wright, Michael Thomas and David Hillier.
Jimmy Carter, Chris Whyte, Eddie McGoldrick, Vince Bartram and former Barnet loanee Omer Riza, who scored four in ten for the Bees, will also feature.
The Arsenal Legends will take on a World Refugee Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) XI, managed by Fabrice Muamba.
Mo Farah, who will not only manage but play for the Gunners, will have over 2000 appearances worth of experience in Gunners colours to choose from.
Adams made 504 appearances for the North London side with Winterburn, Davis, Parlour and Wright reaching a combined total of 1,447 appearances.
Barclays Premier League referee Mark Halsey will be the man in the middle with former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Steve Hodge playing alongside Dean Holdsworth and Fitzroy Simpson for the World Refugee IDP XI.
The match will mark the United Nation’s World Refugee Day on June 20, which remembers the plight of refugees around the world. It is sponsored by the European Azerbaijan Society.
Kick-off is at 4pm and gates open at 2.30pm, tickets cost £3 with Under-12s free, you can purchase tickets by clicking here.