In what may be the muddiest match since the no-man's land game in the First World War, the Glastonburyfestival
is to feature a charity game between England and the Rest of the World.
This year's festival
coincides with the South African tournament and the match will be played in front of the Pyramid Stage in Thursday June 24th, effestivals.com reports.
It will be held to raise cash for Water Aid, with the charity benefitting from a £3,000 donation after last year's game between the same two sides, which England won 9-3.
Those looking forward to watching the game as well as enjoying a weekend of music may wish to enhance their experience even further by stocking up on some camping accessories
to make their stay a cosy one.Glastonbury
has just revealed that the last of the tickets available on resale has now gone, meaning anyone without a ticket wishing to attend the event will have to wait for next year.
Posted by Brandon Egley