Tony Adams and Tom Watt have organised a charity game to mark World Refugee Day on June 23 at Barnet FC's old ground, Underhill.

An Arsenal Legends XI, managed by Olympic double gold medallist and Gunners fan Mo Farah, will take on a World Refugee XI, managed by Fabrice Muamba.

Nigel Winterburn, Ian Wright, Gus Caeser and Michael Thomas have confirmed their attendance - while Mo himself is expected to turn out for the Legends team!

Arsenal's community department will be involved too. They have worked closely with the refugee organisation, Freedom From Torture, and representatives from FFT will play for the World Refugee XI.

They will be joined by the likes of Mickey Thomas, the scourge of Arsenal when he scored that famous FA Cup goal for Wrexham in 1992.

Premier League referee Mark Halsey and two top-flight assistant referees will officiate.

Kick-off is at 4pm but the gates will open at 2pm so come along and show your support for a great cause.

Under-12s go free and adult tickets are just £3 - book them from the Barnet FC box office or pay at the turnstile on the day. All proceeds will go to the UNHCR.

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