FORMER England footballer Teddy Sheringham is expected to turn out at a charity football match in Thame this Bank Holiday Monday.

The event, which will also feature a whole host of family entertainment, aims to raise funds for the Thames Valley Air Ambulance (TVAA).

The Charity Football and Family Fun Day will see a team made up of local dads and the Former England international, play against the Iron Maiden XI, a squad created by band member Steve Harris.

It will be the second charity match to be played at Thame's ASM Stadium after last year's successful fundraiser boosted the TVAA coffers by £7,000.

And co-organiser Lisa Gibson said the opportunity to raise more money for such a worthy cause, as well as host a rematch, was too good an opportunity to miss.

She said: "It was a great day last year. We raised quite a bit of money and wanted to do something again to show our appreciation of the amazing work the Thames Valley Air Ambulance do.

"Also the Iron Maiden XI specifically asked for a rematch after they got beat last year so it's a bit of a grudge match."

On Monday the stadium will also play host to bouncy castles, face painting, BBQ's and a luxury raffle as well as many other activities for the whole family.

The Charity Football and Family Fun Day will be held from 12pm until 4pm on Monday.

Tickets can be bought from Thame Town Hall in advance (adult: £4 child: £2) or on the day (adult: £5 child: £3). Children under 6 go free.