CALL handers at a Swindon firm will play a vital off-the-pitch role when the world's biggest charity football match takes place tomorrow night.

Soccer Aid will feature two star-studded line-ups made up of football stars and celebrities as an England team featuring Mo Farah and Michael Owen takes on a World XI boasting sprint king Usain Bolt and ex-Manchester United hero Eric Cantona.

Woven, a call centre based at Peatmoor, has been chosen by beneficiaries Unicef to take donations from the general public before, during and after the match, which will be screened live from Chelsea's Stamford Bridge stadium by ITV.

A spokesman for the business said: "Woven Swindon are thrilled to announce that we have been chosen by Unicef to work with them by taking calls and donations for Soccer Aid.

"We have over 100 staff on hand across our four sites answering calls and will be taking donations from the general public.

"We are very excited to be this closely involved with this charity event. As well as manning the phones we are holding staff raffles to raise money for Unicef."

Soccer Aid kicks off at 7.30pm tomorrow.