It was a case of 'spot the celebrity' today as the stars turned out in force for the Bradley Lowery fundraising game
A charity football match to raise money for the foundation bearing the Blackhall youngster's name was taking place at Everton’s Goodison Park ground this afternoon.
Bradley’s Blues, managed by world champion boxer Tony Bellew, were taking on The Lowery Legends, led by model Katie Price, assisted by ex-Liverpool manager Roy Evans.
Former Sunderland boss Peter Reid and ex-Black Cats players Don Hutchison, Michael Gray and Alex Rae were all involved, along with singer Olly Murs, Hollywood actor Stephen Graham, and reality TV star Calum Best.
Peter Reid said: "Bradley was a mad Sunderland fan and to be here today is a pleasure. I'm just here to play a small part and hopefully we'll raise a few quid for his foundation."
Since the six-year-old's tragic death in July after he lost his fight with the rare cancer neuroblastoma, the Bradley Lowery Foundation has become a registered charity.
Set up by Bradley’s parents Carl and Gemma, it aims to help children battling serious illnesses.
Liverpool-based Sunderland fans Paul and Kirsty Lilley are at the match with son Alfie, six.
Kirsty said: "The camaraderie here today is amazing. We've all got season tickets at Sunderland, but living in Liverpool we decided right away when it was organised that we'd come."
Steven Bart Robinson and wife Allison had made the trip down from Bradley's home town of Blackhall Colliery for the match.
"We're good friends of Bradley's family and were at his funeral so we really wanted to be here. It's like a normal match day there's that many people here, which is great to see."
Everton offered to host the fundraising game after taking Bradley's cause to their heart after he was a mascot for Sunderland against them at the Stadium of Light.