talkSPORT to host live talent football match the talkSPORT Trophy

talkSPORT ex footballers and celebrities are to part in a live football match, the talkSPORT Trophy.

Alan Brazil’s Breakfast Team will play against Adrian Durham’s talkSPORT All Stars in a game of five-a-side.

Wales legend Dean Saunders has been named captain of the Breakfast team, and he’ll be up against former England striker Darren Bent, who will be wearing the armband for the talkSPORT All Stars.

Paul Hawksbee and Andy Jacobs will broadcast the event on air and live on Youtube, with build up from 1pm, commentary throughout and post-match reaction. The After Party will be live on Drivetime from 4pm with Darren Bent and Darren Ambrose.

Adrian Durham has named his talkSPORT All Stars squad, which includes assistant manager Phil Brown being reunited with his former Hull star Jimmy Bullard!



Manager: Alan Brazil
Assistant manager: Ray Parlour
Dean Saunders (C)
Adebayo Akinfenwa
Mark Goldbridge
Ian Abrahams
Sam Matterface (2nd half arrival)
Lianne Sanderson
Adam Catterall
Max Rushden
Ben Fletcher
Tony Cascarino



Manager: Adrian Durham
Player / Assistant manager: Phil Brown
Darren Bent (C)
Darren Ambrose
Jermaine Pennant
Anton Ferdinand
Rory Jennings
Charlie Baker
Lloyd Griffith
Spencer Oliver
Alex Crook
Jimmy Bullard
Phil Brown

Dean Saunders, Captain of Alan Brazil’s talkSPORT Breakfast Team comments: “I’ve played 75 times for my country and lifted trophies in England and abroad, but I can’t wait to dust off my boots and get back on the pitch in what will be an absolute classic versus the talKSPORT All Stars.

“I’m proud to be wearing the captain’s armband for the first time, and I can tell you that after speaking to the boss, we will be playing Brazil-ball! With over 230 international caps between us, we are loading up with strikers and going to outscore the All Stars!”

Adrian Durham, Manager of talkSPORT All Stars says: “This game will go down as a major moment in the rich history of talkSPORT and I’m proud to be in charge of the talkSPORT All Stars.

“Alan Brazil and I have both been at talkSPORT from the very start, so there’s no doubt this game will be competitive. He will have his Breakfast Team fired up for sure, but the All Stars quality will shine through. I can’t wait to get on that touchline.”

The talkSPORT Trophy takes place tomorrow, Friday 28th July.