ANDOVER New Street Youth FC's (ANSYFC) 'Vixens vs Foxes: The Rematch' charity match was a big success, both on the pitch and off.

The event, held on Saturday, April 27, wasn't just about friendly competition – it raised a fantastic £6,838 to support several worthy causes.

Premier League legend Petr Cech, whose daughter plays for Andover New Street, was also part of the charity day fun as he supported the heartwarming spirit of the community.

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Andover Advertiser: From Andover New Street Youth FC's charity dayHe wore his goalkeeper's gloves again as he joined the charity match.

The day kicked off at 10am with the ANSYFC Streets Ahead showcasing the skills of the Hamble Club Youth Pan Disability Teams. The energy and enthusiasm were contagious, setting the tone for a fun-filled day.

Throughout the event, spectators enjoyed a variety of matches, culminating in the much-anticipated 3pm clash between the U18 Vixens and Foxes for the prestigious Jon Baxter Charity Shield.

Whether the Foxes emerged victorious or the Vixens reigned supreme, the true winners were the charities.

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Shout 85258, Hampshire Hospitals Charity, The Forget Me Not Fund, and ANSYFC themselves will all benefit from the incredible fundraising efforts.

The club shared a huge thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered, and donated.

The day wasn't just about football as there was also a lively raffle followed by a fun auction. For those with a competitive spirit, these events offered an extra chance to contribute to the fantastic total.