Lauren, Nigel Winterburn, Ian Wright and Michael Thomas are the latest big names to confirm their attendance
Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams and TV & radio personality Tom Watt have organised a charity match this summer that will take place at Underhill.
The match is in aid of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and all proceeds will go directly to the charity.
The match will take place on June 23rd 2013 and will see an Arsenal Legends XI side managed by Mo Farah take on a World Refugee XI side managed by Fabrice Muamba.
Mo Farah is of course best known for clinching two gold medals at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Muamba, who began his career with Arsenal, recently retired from football.
Lauren, Nigel Winterburn, Ian Wright and Michael Thomas are the latest big names to confirm their attendance.
Kick-off is at 4pm but gates will be open from 2pm so you can come along and meet the players beforehand.
Tickets can be booked from the Barnet FC ticket office and there will be admission on the day too. Tickets cost just £3 with Under-12s going free and as mentioned all proceeds will go to the UNHCR.