Coleen Rooney shows off her long legs in a cut-out black mini dress


Coleen Rooney showed off a leggy display at the Football For Change Gala 2022 in partnership with MailOnline on Thursday night in Manchester.

The WAG and mother-of-four, 36, showed off her toned and tanned pins in a thigh-skimming black mini dress as she graced the red carpet.

Former Liverpool and England defender Jamie Carragher has raided his contact book and assembled a star-studded line-up to raise money for projects up and down the country through Football for Change, which MailOnline supports.

Stunning: Coleen Rooney went leggy at Football For Change's 2022 gala in partnership with MailOnline on Thursday night in Manchester

Stunning: Coleen Rooney went leggy at Football For Change’s 2022 gala in partnership with MailOnline on Thursday night in Manchester

Coleen enjoyed an evening at Manchester’s Old Trafford cricket ground, with the black-tie gala aiming to raise £350,000 for the cause.

Opting for a one-shoulder cut-out dress, the beauty completed her look with sparkling heels and matching jewelery as she wore her hair in a sleek top knot.

The star carried a stylish black bag and opted for a typically glamorous make-up look as she posed for photos before heading inside ahead of the charity event.

Pose: The WAG and mother-of-four, 36, showed off her toned and tanned pins in a black mini dress which skimmed her hips as she graced the red carpet

Pose: The WAG and mother-of-four, 36, showed off her toned and tanned pins in a black mini dress which skimmed her hips as she graced the red carpet

Important: Former Liverpool and England defender Jamie Carragher has raided his contact book and assembled a star-studded line-up to raise money for projects up and down the country through Football for Change, which MailOnline supports

Important: Former Liverpool and England defender Jamie Carragher has raided his contact book and assembled a star-studded line-up to raise money for projects up and down the country through Football for Change, which MailOnline supports

The initiative has already raised £350,000 through a celebrity lunch and then dinner held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool in November last year.

Thursday’s black-tie gala in Manchester aims to raise the bar even higher and raise a further £350,000 for the cause.

Former footballer Jamie has joined forces with current players Trent Alexander-Arnold of Liverpool and Conor Coady of Everton and Dominic Calvert-Lewin to launch the campaign in 2021 as the Covid pandemic isolates young people in Liverpool and cities across the UK.

Legs: Coleen enjoyed a night out at Manchester's Old Trafford cricket ground as the black-tie gala aimed to raise £350,000 for the cause

Legs: Coleen enjoyed a night out at Manchester’s Old Trafford cricket ground as the black-tie gala aimed to raise £350,000 for the cause

Glowing: Opting for a one-shoulder dress, the beauty completed her look with sparkling heels and matching jewelery while wearing her hair in a sleek top knot

Glowing: Opting for a one-shoulder dress, the beauty completed her look with sparkling heels and matching jewelery while wearing her hair in a sleek top knot

Fellow Sky Sports and former Manchester United and England full-back Gary Neville is on board, while Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham is a supporter, along with Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard and England’s Euro 2022 winners Bet Meade and Tony Duggan, plus Spurs’ Lucas Moura and MOTD specialists Alan Shearer, Peter Crouch and Gary Lineker.

Die-hard Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher headlined the luxury bash with his High Flying Birds and Melanie C and Emeli Sande also providing entertainment with individual sets.

The entire show was hosted by Vernon Kay.

Football: The star carried a stylish black bag and opted for typically glamorous make-up as she posed for pictures before heading inside ahead of the charity event

Football: The star carried a stylish black bag and opted for typically glamorous make-up as she posed for pictures before heading inside ahead of the charity event

Awesome: The initiative has already raised £350,000 through a celebrity lunch and then dinner held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool last November

Awesome: The initiative has already raised £350,000 through a celebrity lunch and then dinner held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool last November

Smart: The entire show was emceed by Vernon Kay (pictured right with Colleen on the red carpet)

Smart: The entire show was emceed by Vernon Kay (pictured right with Colleen on the red carpet)

Entertainment: Diehard Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher headlined the luxury bash with his High Flying Birds, while Melanie C and Emeli Sande also provided entertainment with individual sets

Entertainment: Diehard Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher headlined the luxury bash with his High Flying Birds, while Melanie C and Emeli Sande also provided entertainment with individual sets

“Money Can’t Buy” was donated for live auction by David Beckham, Formula 1, Robbie Williams, Calvin Harris and BT Sport.

“It’s going to be a great night,” said Carragher, whose efforts have been backed by business leaders including Ardonagh Retail chief executive Ian Donaldson and public affairs executive Dan Hughes

“This is a fantastic initiative which will hopefully help working class children find work in many different ways. There are many footballers behind him across the country and I am proud to be a part of it.

Cause: 'Money Can't Buy' donated for live auction by David Beckham, F1, Robbie Williams, Calvin Harris and BT Sport

Cause: ‘Money Can’t Buy’ donated for live auction by David Beckham, F1, Robbie Williams, Calvin Harris and BT Sport

Big names: Fellow Sky Sports and former Manchester United and England full-back Gary Neville is on board, while Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham is a supporter

Big names: Fellow Sky Sports and former Manchester United and England full-back Gary Neville is on board, while Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham is a supporter

Exciting: “It’s going to be a great night,” said Carragher, whose efforts are backed by business leaders

FOOTBALL FOR CHANGE – WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Football for a change launched last year by Jamie Carragher, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Conor Coady and Dominic Calvert-Lewin to help young people from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds build a better future

A major social mobility initiative backed by football superstars including Gary Neville, Jude Bellingham, Steven Gerrard, Anthony Gordon, Lucas Moura, Peter Crouch and Alan Shearer. the campaign has also joined forces with Noel Gallagher ahead of a spectacular fundraising event in Manchester next week.

Liverpool legend and Sky Sports pundit Carragher, who co-chairs the FFC, is a driving force behind the charity’s crusade, which aims to lift disadvantaged young people out of poverty with life-changing opportunities in education and employment.

Sir Rod Stewart is the patron of the initiative.

Since launching last November, Football For Change has raised £350,000 and is aiming to double that at next week’s star-studded fundraising event.

Noel Gallagher headlines with his High Flying Birds and Melanie C and Emelie Sande also provide entertainment with individual sets.

Vernon Kay hosts, while exclusive, money-can’t-buy lots have been donated for live auction by David Beckham, Formula 1, Robbie Williams, Calvin Harris and BT Sport.

Football legends, business leaders and celebrities will attend the event, which is principally sponsored by Swinton Insurance.



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