An Arsenal legend’s match will take place in Beaconsfield this weekend in aid of a former footballer who was stabbed to death outside a London secondary school.

Organised by former AFC Wimbledon footballer Michael Harvey and member of UK Garage collective So Solid Crew, the match is in aid of the Kiyan Prince Foundation.

Kiyan Prince, who was on QPR’s books in the 2000s, was fatally stabbed on May 18, 2006, aged 15.

Bucks Free Press: Kiyan Prince was at Queens Park Rangers at the time of his death aged 15 in May 2006 Kiyan Prince was at Queens Park Rangers at the time of his death aged 15 in May 2006

The teenager was trying to stop a fight between two boys outside the London Academy in Edgeware, when Hannad Hasan stabbed him in the heart with a penknife.

Tragically, Kiyan died two hours later in hospital.

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His death caused debate about knife crime and gang culture across London and the rest of England, with the foundation being created to spread the word about how dangerous knives and street-related violence is, and to prevent more deaths from happening. 

Hasan, who was found guilty of murdering the teen a year later in 2007, is currently serving a life sentence.

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Taking place on Sunday, May 29 at Beaconsfield Town’s Holloways Park stadium, the match between the Arsenal Legends and Team Harvey will see former Gunners stars such as Nigel Winterburn, Luis Boa Morte, Kevin Campbell, and Stefan Schwarz grace the Non League 3G pitch.

They will be up against a Team Harvey side that will consist of several former Premier League stars.

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These include former Manchester City and QPR centre back, Nedum Onuoha, ex-Leicester City defender Danny Simpson, Marlon Harewood, who scored in the top-flight for West Ham United, Aston Villa, and Blackpool respectively, along with Clinton Morrison.

The pundit scored over 100 goals in his career and represented Crystal Palace, Birmingham City and Exeter City to name just a few.

The fixture will kick-off at 3pm.

Ahead of the match, Harvey said: “We’re proud to be championing the Kiyan Prince Foundation and celebrating the talented footballer Kiyan was.

"The work Mark and his team carry out has never been more important, so to support their goals while – hopefully – scoring some of our own will be a spectacle not to be missed.”

Dr. Mark Prince OBE added: “The Kiyan Prince Foundation is all about turning adversity into positive energy, so I can’t think of a better way to honour Kiyan’s legacy.

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“Through the funds raised at this match, we’ll be able to continue to empower, educate and coach young people to become their best selves. May the best team win!”

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To donate to the Kiyan Prince Foundation, visit

The charity are hoping to raise £1,500 ahead of the match.

To read more about the foundation, go to