Nic Hailey, Tony Reilly and Victor Wanyama attempt the Blindfold Keepy-Uppy challenge for Soccer Aid

Victor Wanyama Keepy Uppy Challenge Soccer Aid
Victor Wanyama joins Nic Hailey and Tony Reilly to attempt the Keepy-Uppy challenge for Soccer Aid. Photo: Twitter/HCNicHailey

Yesterday, the UK High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey and British Council Country Director Tony Reilly were joined by Tottenham Hotspur’s Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama and Gina Din to attempt the Blindfold Keepy-Uppy Challenge for Soccer Aid.

The fundraising challenge is to see how many keepy-uppies you can do while blindfolded and Soccer Aid are encouraging those attempting the challenge to upload their videos to social media and encourage their followers to donate to to the fundraiser for Unicef with the link

It’s fair to say that it was clear who out of the three was the professional footballer, with Spurs supporter Mr Hailey declaring he’d “stick to the day job”.

100% of all public donations to Soccer Aid for Unicef will be doubled by the UK government, up to a total of £5 million, and will go towards supporting the vital work protecting children around the world.

So far £24 million has already been raised through Soccer Aid over the last 12 years.


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