Robbie Williams rocks a new hairstyle as he performs during the celebrity charity Soccer Aid match


Robbie Williams sports an edgy quiffed hairstyle and dons bejewelled double denim to perform Angels during the Soccer Aid 2022 match

Robbie Williams debuted a new hairstyle on Sunday as he performed during half time of the celebrity charity event Soccer Aid. 

The singer, 48, dressed to impress in a bedazzled double denim ensemble in the London Stadium. 

The hitmaker rocked his graying tresses slicked back in a mullet style as he took to the stage to perform his hit Angels at the star studded event. 

Exciting: Robbie Williams debuted a new hairstyle on Sunday as he performed during half time of the celebrity charity event Soccer Aid

Robbie seemed in high spirits as he sang his heart out during the half time match between England and World XI.

He paired his eye-catching denim jacket and matching ripped jeans with white and black trainers and a simple gold chain necklace.

He was joined on stage by his large band as fans and attendees held up their phone torches and sang along to the hit. 

The former Take That star set the charity event up in 2006 to raise money for the global charity UNICEF.

Showtime: The singer, 48, dressed to impress in a bedazzled double denim ensemble in the London Stadium

Showtime: The singer, 48, dressed to impress in a bedazzled double denim ensemble in the London Stadium

Dapper: The hitmaker rocked his graying tresses slicked back in a mullet style as he took to the stage to perform his hit Angels at the star studded event

Dapper: The hitmaker rocked his graying tresses slicked back in a mullet style as he took to the stage to perform his hit Angels at the star studded event

Looking good: Robbie seemed in high spirits as he sang his heart out during the half time match between England and World XI

Looking good: Robbie seemed in high spirits as he sang his heart out during the half time match between England and World XI

The evening was presented by Dermot O’Leary and former Arsenal and England right-back, Alex Scott on ITV.

Other big names who joined the stars included David Beckham, Kem Cetinay, Liam Payne, Idris Elba, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure at the match. 

The Rest of the World drew 2-2 with England inside the 90 minutes before defeating them 4-1 on penalties. 

Sensational: The former Take That star set the charity event up in 2006 to raise money for the global charity UNICEF

Sensational: The former Take That star set the charity event up in 2006 to raise money for the global charity UNICEF

Dazzling: He paired his eye catching denim jacket and matching ripped jeans with white and black trainers and a simple gold chain necklace

Dazzling: He paired his eye catching denim jacket and matching ripped jeans with white and black trainers and a simple gold chain necklace

The glitzy event aims to raise money for the world’s most disadvantaged children and has raised over £60 million since it’s initial beginning in 2006, with last year’s event raising a record-breaking £13 million.

The money raised from this year’s game could help UNICEF provide vaccines, fight malnutrition, and provide safe spaces to protect children in times of crisis, helping kids get back to the childhoods they are entitled to.

In its tenth instalment since its founding, Soccer Aid had raised £8.7m by half-time, with various videos from the likes of Ewan McGregor, Alex Scott and Olivia Colman illustrating why this was such an important event. 

Amazing: He was joined on stage by his large band as fans and attendees held up their phone torches and sang along to the hit

Amazing: He was joined on stage by his large band as fans and attendees held up their phone torches and sang along to the hit

Incredible: The glitzy event aims to raise money for the world¿s most disadvantaged children and has raised over £60 million since it's initial beginning in 2006

Incredible: The glitzy event aims to raise money for the world’s most disadvantaged children and has raised over £60 million since it’s initial beginning in 2006

Wow: By the time Robbie performed at half time Soccer Aid had raised £8.7million

Wow: By the time Robbie performed at half time Soccer Aid had raised £8.7million

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