A star-studded football match was the inspiration behind a charity game that was staged at the Gallagher on Friday.
Last month’s Soccer Aid, which featured Usain Bolt and Robbie Williams, highlighted the work that Unicef does to protect children in danger around the world.
Among the millions watching the game on ITV were players from Maidstone United Girls and the senior development squads from the under 18s, 16s and 15s went head-to-head at the home of the Stones to raise funds for the charity.
Ahead of the game, Stones TV caught up with John Jackson and some of the players.
Unicef works in more than 190 countries and ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation.
The money raised through Soccer Aid 2018 will help Unicef to vaccinate children to protect them from deadly disease, provide life-saving food for malnourished children, train teachers and provide education, protect vulnerable children from violence and abuse and deliver humanitarian aid for children in danger from war and disaster around the world.