A host of well-known faces played at the Gallagher Stadium this afternoon to raise funds for the Young Lives Foundation.
The charity, which supports vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people, hosted a match at the home of the Stones.
Players included former Stones striker Adam Birchall, sports minister Tracey Crouch MP and Kent police and crime commissioner Matthew Scott.
The event was opened by the Mayor of Maidstone Dave Naghi and Maidstone and the Weald MP Helen Grant.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist James Hall presented mementos to the players after the game.
The match was organised by YLF with support from Kent Sports Trust, Street Soccer Foundation, Maidstone United, Maidstone Grammar School and Hospitality Finder.
Pleasure to launch @ylfcharity #ylfmatch @maidstoneunited Gallagher Stadium with @maidstonemayor and Young Lives Foundation CEO Stephen Gray showcasing the achievements of young people supported by YLF. Click https://t.co/BTuJnNIoTX to donate or volunteer today. pic.twitter.com/OzDZkFxILR
— Helen Grant MP (@HelenGrantMP) June 10, 2018
— Tracey Crouch (@tracey_crouch) June 10, 2018