The Only Way is Essex stars turn out for celebrity football match at Gander Green Lane, Sutton United

PICTURES: TOWIE stars and Wimbledon FC veterans turn out for celebrity football match

Boy band the Forbidden

The celebrity side

The home side - made up of Bob Watson's family and friends including his son Robert who organised the event

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Celebrities including the Only Way is Essex stars, a muscle-bound pop band and former Premier League players turned out to play in a charity football match.

A team of celebrities took to the pitch at Sutton United FC to raise money for local charity the Bob Watson Foundation on Sunday.

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Model and TOWIE star Pascal Craymer poses with Sutton United mascot Jenny the giraffe

Mr Watson was a former policeman who died from cancer in 2012. He was a big football fan and coached youth teams all over the area.

Sunday's event was the second charity match in his honour and raised money for Cancer Research and Onelife UK.

Among those who played in the game were boy band the Forbidden and former professional footballers Jason Euell and Andy Clarke. Guests included model Pascal Craymer from The Only Way is Essex and cheerleaders the Hustler Honies.

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Former Wimbledon striker Andy Clarke (left) and ex Charlton forward Jason Euell

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The Hustler Honies

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