The last of the 12 boys and their coach were freed earlier in the day from a cave where they had been trapped for more than two weeks.
Lady Elsie said: "It's marvellous that this fundraising event has supported our Foundation since our launch 10 years ago".
To mark the monumental occasion on Wednesday, which is England's first World Cup semi-final since 1990, the iconic Black Prince statue in City Square is now holding an England flag and its very own football.
Pubs and bars across the town centre will be showing the match and it is likely Friar Street and Station Road will be closed to traffic again, with buses diverted and picking up from alternative stops.
"But the way the tournament is going so far, whoever we come up against, we feel confident we're going to win".
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But there is a major doubt over the participation of Vrsaljko, who hobbled off with a knee injury in extra-time during the quarter-final win over Russian Federation in Sochi.
In a World Cup filled with exciting comebacks and a record-breaking number of matches decided by penalty kicks, all it took for France to best a high-scoring Belgian team was a single goal.
"At certain times we lacked power but we played two times 120 minutes of football in six days", he said this week.
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Alli was part of the England squad who crashed out of Euro 2016 with defeat by Iceland and he said Southgate had encouraged the players to confront that memory before the tournament. We appreciate him in every role.
"I am here with them today to write a new page in history, the most lovely page".
The 19-year-old has also been suggested as a contender for the Ballon d'Or, having become the first teenager since Pele to score a few times in a World Cup game.