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Team Shearer claimed victory in the epic Battle of the Five-a-sides with 547 goals scored versus Team Savage's 529 goals. The mighty battle lasted 57 hours with 228 teams and over 1100 players taking to the pitch through rain, hail and shine. As part of its ongoing support for Sport Relief the Premier League is turning every £1 raised into a crisp fiver and they have also donated £30k on behalf of the winners Team Shearer and £20k on behalf of Team Savage.

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Team Shearer takes the trophy

The final whistle has blown on the five-a-side frenzy but you can still do yourself proud and sign up to walk, run, swim or cycle in the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Games.

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Game 100 kicks off

It’s battle of the soaps, as stars from Hollyoaks, Emmerdale and Coronation Street begin the landmark 100th match of Sport Relief's Battle of the Five-A-Sides.


Rachel subs in for Josh

Union J's Josh Cuthbert completes 12 hours on the field and Rachel Riley takes over for the last celebrity endurance challenge. We're on the home stretch.


500 goals scored so far

Jones and Shearer battle the elements as the snow continues to fall and John Bishop gives his tips on how to score goals. Get behind them and show your support.


Breakfast on the pitch

The team from BBC Breakfast and Olympian Christian Malcolm take to the field despite the snowy weather. You too can get active for Sport Relief, sign up to walk, run, swim or cycle.

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Snow hits Manchester

Temperatures dropped in Manchester overnight with players open to the elements, playing in the snow. A weary Danny Jones pushes through his 12 hour challenge.


Danny Jones plays through the night

Following the successful completion of his 12 hours on the pitch, Robbie hands over to Danny Jones. He'll play through the night in the rain, show him your support.


Savage gets onside for Sport Relief

Robbie Savage takes on a personal endurance challenge, attempting to play for 12 hours straight. Donate now to keep him on the pitch.


The Battle is on... Again

Following their clash in the ‘Battle of the Backsides’, Alan Shearer and Robbie Savage are back for a rematch of epic proportions.


Shearer vs Savage: The Rematch

Alan and Robbie return to the pitch for a mighty battle of endurance taking place in Manchester from Thursday 3rd to Saturday 5th March.

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Alan’s motivation

Alan is a long-time supporter of Sport Relief, claiming victory over Robbie in the Battle of the Backsides challenge in 2014 and completing the Sport Relief Super Cycle challenge in 2008.

He’s also visited projects in Uganda and Kenya, and seen with his own eyes how the cash raised through Sport Relief helps people living unimaginably tough lives.

As part of its ongoing support of Sport Relief the Premier League will match every pound you donate up to a maximum of £500k.


Robbie’s motivation

Half the money raised through Sport Relief is spent right here at home in the UK, with the other half used to make a difference in the world’s poorest communities.

This year, Robbie visited projects funded by Sport Relief in India. He saw the amazing work they’re doing to give street children access to education and sporting activities.

As part of its ongoing support of Sport Relief the Premier League will match every pound you donate up to a maximum of £500k.


Thank you to the Premier League

This challenge wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the Premier League. As part of its ongoing support of Sport Relief the Premier League will match every pound you donate up to a maximum of £500k.