Callum Hudson-Odoi Kicks Off Anti-Knife Crime Game Just 12 Hours After Playing Against Bayern Munich

Supporting the BLM movement in South London ✊

August 10th 2020

Callum Hudson-Odoi has given back to a local community in south London by supporting an Anti Knife Crime football game in Croydon.

Calteck linked up with SAHA FC and Lambeth Allstars in their charity game at the Selhurst Arena in Croydon just 12 hours after playing against Bayern Munich in the Champions League for Chelsea.

The Chelsea and England star headed back to South London to support the campaign and BLM movement in the local area by kicking off the match between the two south London sides, showing his support to his local community.

Despite plenty of negative headlines being thrown his way recently, Calteck has proven his maturity by making an important community initiative like this his priority despite ending his season just hours before.

Speaking about the game, Hudson-Odoi tweeted: “Pleasure coming down and taking kick off for the Anti Knife Crime campaign and #BlackLivesMatter!!! Also good to see some familiar faces playing for a good cause in the community✊🏾”