Tickets are still available for the clash between Chelsea and Glasgow Rangers legends at Sutton United FC on Saturday, June 9.

The two teams met at Gander Green Lane last summer with a large crowd watching an entertaining game featuring some great names of the past.

This year’s rematch will be played for the Ray Wilkins Memorial Cup.

Wilkins was a popular player with both clubs but sadly passed away on April 4 aged just 61 following a cardiac arrest.

Funds raised from the game will go towards St George’s Hospital in Tooting where he was treated.

Wilkins helped promote last year's match between the legends and recalled his time at Stamford Bridge when he spoke to the Sutton Guardian.

“I loved my time at Chelsea," he said. "It was like playing with a group of mates for a Sunday football team in a way.

“We were a set of lads who had come through the youth system and the reserves, it was lovely to play together."

Wilkins also played for Manchester United, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain and he spoke fondly of his time in Glasgow.

“I had amazing times at Rangers," he said. 

“I adored my time in Scotland. The feeling of scoring a goal at Ibrox and hearing the roar of the crowd was hard to beat.”

The full interview with Ray Wilkins from last year's event is available here.

The Chelsea team is expected to include the following players subject to availability: Dave Beasant, Garry Stanley, Keith Dublin, Frank Sinclair, Dave Lee, Gareth Hall, Jason Cundy, Kenny Swain, Kerry Dixon, David Speedie, Nigel Spackman and Gordon Durie.

Spackman and Durie, of course, spent time at both clubs during their distinguished careers.

The Rangers line-up is expected to include Michael Mols among the many other former stars. Mols played almost 100 games for the club and was capped by the Netherlands.

Chelsea v Glasgow Rangers legends, Sutton United FC, Knights Community Stadium, Gander Green Lane, Sutton, SM1 2EY, Saturday, June 9, 3pm.

Doors open at midday and there will be a variety of events and surprises taking place throughout the afternoon.

Tickets are £13 or £16 for a seat. Children half price.

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