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Showbiz and football stars came out in support of a fundraising football match at Loftus Road on Saturday (September 2) in aid of the community hit by the Grenfell Tower disaster.

The Game 4 Grenfell at QPR's Loftus Road stadium, just a mile from the tower, kicked off at 3pm before a sell-out crowd.

Former England strikers Alan Shearer and Les Ferdinand led the teams out for the match

The 20,000-seat stadium erupted in cheers as the likes of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, singer Olly Murs and former England goalkeeper David Seaman ran onto the pitch.

We'll bring you live updates below.

Murs wins it for Team Ferdinard

Olly Murs beats Mourinho to win the game for Team Ferdinard!

Remember you can still donate - to give £3 text Grenfell to 70007.

To give £3 text Grenfell to 70007
To give £3 text Grenfell to 70007

The gloves are off

Mourinho throws his gloves off. Firefighter Gregg Jules still scores. 4-3.

Mourinho redeems himself

Mourinho concedes but then steps up to score. 2-3. Game on.

Mourinho beaten again...

Survivor Talabi scores for Team Shearer. Fire fighter Foster beats Mourinho. 2-1 Team Ferdinand.

1-0 Team Ferdinand

Survivor Ross scores the first. Firefighter Badillo misses the second penalty. 1-0 Team Ferdinand.

Final whistle - penalties

The game finishes 2-2 in normal time. Penalties to decide the winner. Will Mourinho keep his place for the crucial shootout? I really hope so.

Four Grenfell Tower survivors join the action

A very emotional moment. Four survivors from the Grenfell Tower fire are introduced at the 80 minute mark. QPR’s Loftus Road stadium is just a mile from the tower.

Jack Whitehall had hinted the game would hold “some surprises”.

To give £3 text Grenfell to 70007.

Equaliser

Goal, it’s 2-2! Chris Edwards from Kasabien has beaten Mourinho from close range!

Jarvis Cocker is playing football

Yes, its true. Jarvis Cocker is playing football.

The 'number' one?

The special one has become the number one. José Mourinho is on replacing David James in goal...and he’s been swiftly booked for time wasting.

Goal - Trevor grabs another!

He likes to score at Loftus Road! Trevor Sinclair with a sublime goal and his second of the match has put Team Shearer 2-1 up!

Second half underway

We are back in action, score at 1-1. Remember to donate £3 text Grenfell to 70007. The game is completely sold out and around 2,000 complimentary tickets were given to those directly affected, including residents, relatives of the victims, volunteers and members of the emergency services.

(Image: PA)

Second half team news

Second half team news is in led by former England strikers Alan Shearer and Les Ferdinand.

Team Ferdinand: Given, Glen, Bircham, Hill, Impey, Wretch 32, Merson, Wood, Duff, Pizzorno, Tempah

Team Shearer: James, Little, Walker, Bay, Smith, Sinton, Jones, Morris, Sinclair, Bullion, Badillo

Anyone for the MOBOT?
Anyone for the MOBOT? (Image: PA)

First half action

While we wait for the second half to commence, lets relive some action. In a lively first half Team Ferdinand’s Damian Lewis (centre), Team Shearer’s Chris Sutton and Jamie Redknapp (right) battle for the ball.

Damian Lewis (centre), Chris Sutton and Jamie Redknapp (right) battle for the ball during the first half
Damian Lewis (centre), Chris Sutton and Jamie Redknapp (right) battle for the ball during the first half (Image: PA)

Special half-time performance

Mumford and Sons and Rita Ora have joined Emeli Sandi on stage for a special half-time performance. #Game4Grenfell

Team news before the second half

Reminder of the teams today

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Ferdinand, who grew up in the area, played football with Grenfell survivor Nicholas Burton as a youngster.

At least 80 people died in the tower on June 14 in tragic circumstances. To give £3 text Grenfell to 70007.

Half time break

30 minutes break as players rest their legs. Emeli Sande is the half time entertainment.

End to end first half action

Half time at Loftus Road. 1-1 thanks to early strikes from Mo Farah and Trevor Sinclair.

Celebrities stand for a minutes silence prior to the kick off of a charity football match to raise funds for Grenfell Tower survivors
Celebrities stand for a minutes silence prior to the kick off of a charity football match to raise funds for Grenfell Tower survivors (Image: PA)