Bexleyheath man Kieron Stewart plays with footballing legends at Wembley

News Shopper: Scoring a personal goal at Wembley Scoring a personal goal at Wembley

Bexleyheath football lover, Kieron Stewart, scored the chance of a lifetime and got to experience what life is really like as an England international.

Kieron, who lives on Broadway, won the opportunity to run out at Wembley Stadium wearing the new England kit as part of a competition organised by Vauxhall.

England fans met at the 90,000-seater stadium in preparation for the game of their lives.

The teams were managed by England legends and North London rivals Ray Parlour and Gary Mabbutt.

Stewart said; "It’s been a truly unforgettable experience, to play here, in this magnificent stadium alongside legends of the game, what else can I say!"

"The whole day has been a dream come true, I honestly couldn’t have wished for anything better."


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