UNICEF Charity Match - The Boots Worn by Legends Such as Beckham, Giggs and Scholes - Part 1

Legendary players, unique boots. We take a closer look at the boots worn by the 'Great Britain & Ireland' selection in yesterday's UNICEF Charity Match at Old Trafford after we already showed off David Beckham's unique Adidas Ace Boots yesterday. And while it was certain that it would be interesting to observe the boots worn by former legends such as Ryan Giggs and Sol Campbell, even David Beckham laced up in yet another pair of Adidas' Control Boot.


UNICEF Charity Match - Great Britain and Ireland - Boots


David Seaman - Puma evoPOWER


Former England international David Seaman laced up in the white, black and orange Puma evoPOWER 1.2 Football Boots, which are made for ultimate power and control.



David James Kelme Master Football Boots - Whiteout


David James, who had been wearing various different classic boots during his career, wore a custom white version of the Kelme Master Football Boots. Featuring a fold-over tongue and a leather upper, David James' boot is a pure classic.



Jamie Carragher - Adidas Ace Custom Blackout


Jamie Carragher entered the pitch wearing a custom blacked-out version of the Adidas Ace 15.1 Football Boots.



Sol Campbell PUMA King Top di


Arsenal legend Sol Campbell opted for the classic Black and White Puma King Top di.



Phil Neville - Nike Tiempo Legend V Electro Flare


Phil Neville, who just retired two years ago, chose the latest colorway of the Nike Tiempo Legend 5 Boots.



John Terry - Nike Magista Opus Lightning Storm


Chelsea's defender laced up in the same boots as those he has been wearing in official matches this season.



Ashley Cole Nike Tiempo Legend V Electro Flare


AS Roma defender Ashley Cole also entered the pitch wearing the same boots as usual.



Darren Fletcher - Solar Red Adidas Ace 15


Darren Fletcher is yet another player who wore the same boots as in regular matches.



Nicky Butt - Solar Red Adidas Ace Leather


Being the Head of Coaching at the Manchester United Youth Academy, it's no surprise that Nicky Butt opted for Adidas Football Boots.



Trevor Sinclair - Black Nike The Premier


Former England international Trevor Sinclair made a classy statement on the pitch wearing the Nike Premier.



Paul Scholes - Nike Total 90


Paul Scholes gave the Nike Total 90 Boots a long-awaited on-pitch comeback after Nike discontinued their Power silo more than two years ago.



Gary McAllister - New Balance Visaro Black / White



It's no surprise that Gary McAllister, who had been first team coach at Liverpool until the sacking of Brendan Rodgers, wore New Balance Boots in yesterday's match.



Ryan Giggs - Adidas Ace 15 Leather


Ryan Giggs, who had been wearing Reebok Boots for almost his entire career, made the switch to the Adidas Ace Leather Boots. If he is not playing an actual match but makes his work as assistance coach for Manchester United, he laces up in Adidas Gloro Boots.



David Beckham - Adidas Ace Metallic Silver


David Beckham surprisingly laced up in the Metallic Silver Adidas Ace 15.1 Boots during the match. He yesterday also brought two unique Adidas Ace Boots to Old Trafford (at least).



Brooklyn Beckham - Adidas Primeknit Samba


Limited to 150 pairs globally, Beckham's son managed to grab a pair of Adidas' first knitted boot. One may not wonder how.



Michael Owen - Umbro Velocita White Pink


Michael Owen laced up in the bold white and pink Umbro Velocita Boots.



Peter Crouch - Nike Tiempo Electro Flare


Stoke City striker Peter Crouch was yet another player who wore the same boots as for his club.



Alan Smith - Adidas Ace 15.1


Alan Smith has been the only player of Great Britain & Ireland who opted for the synthetic version of the Adidas Ace.



Special | Pierluigi Collina - Adidas Copa Mundial


Last and least for today, we take a look at the boots worn by Pierluigi Collina. The legendary Italian referee wore the standard boot of a referee, the Adidas Copa Mundial.



What's the most interesting boot choice for you? Let us know in the comments section below, and stay tuned for Part Two featuring such legendary players as Michael Ballack, Ronaldinho and Zinedine Zidane.