Boston United midfielder Jake Hall is set to test his skills against Tottenham Hotspur legends such as Teddy Sheringham, Darren Anderton and Andy Sinton.
Hall, a star on ITVBe show The Only Way Is Essex, has rejoined the Pilgrims until the end of the season.
However, he will be pulling his boots on again next month to take part in a special charity match, which sees celebrities take on a team of Spurs heroes.
Hall will line up alongside ex-TOWIE star Mark Wright (who once played under Boston United manager Dennis Greene at St Neots) for the clash at Leyton Orient’s Matchroom Stadium.
The game - which hopes to raise funds for St Joseph’s Hospice and Haven House Children’s Hospice - will take place on Sunday, May 17 - eight days after the Vanarama North play-off final, which Hall and United hope to be playing in.
The celebrity team will include Mark Wright (TV star), Daniel Mays (actor), JK (radio presenter), Paul Sculfor (actor and model), Charlie Quirke (Birds of a Feather actor), Micky Domoulin (singer and 2014 BGT Finalist), Lee Trundle (former footballer), Leon Knight (former footballer), Jamie Reed (nightclub owner) and Hall.
Spurs legends will include Gareth Howells, John Lacy, Clive Wilson, Stuart Nethercott, Kevin Watson, Mark Falco, Andy Sinton, David Howells, Mark Stimson, Kevin Watson, Paul McVeigh, Chris Perry, Andy Edmonds, Stephen Clemence, Mark Gower, Darren Anderton and Teddy Sherringham.