William and Harry brought their sibling rivalry to the field for a good cause.
The royal brothers hit the field on Tuesday at Castle Rising in Norfolk, England to compete in an annual charity soccer game. About 100 spectators turned out to watch the game, which ended in a score of 2-2 when Harry scored the final goal, according to the Daily Mail.
Prince William has also been busying himself with a number of other charitable efforts at home. Last month, he and his wife, Kate, visited the Only Connect Charity center to learn more about how the organization helps to reform former prisoners.
Harry was also fresh off a charity trip to Antarctica, still sporting his beard. The prince joined the Walking with the Wounded South Pole Challenge, and trekked 200 miles with injured soldiers to the South Pole, according to the Associated Press.
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Five years after taking on the role of president of the Royal Marsden Hospital -- a position once held by his late mother -- Prince William and his wife <a href="http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/prince-william-kate-middleton-attend-childrens-cancer-center-opening-2011299" target="_hplink">opened one of the largest comprehensive children's cancer centers in Europe</a>, <em>US Weekly</em> reports. The royal couple partook in the hospital's opening ceremonies in September and visited with the young cancer patients.
Black rhinos have become critically endangered because they're killed for their horns, and Prince William is determined to do something about it. <a href="http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18489579" target="_hplink">In an interview with the BBC</a>, the animal rights activist called the illegal practice "ignorant, selfish and utterly wrong" and said that "if we don't do something about them, it's going to be a tragic loss for everyone."
To develop a real sense of the struggles homeless people face, Prince William -- who serves as patron for the charity <a href="http://www.centrepoint.org.uk/" target="_hplink">Centrepoint</a> -- slept on London's chilly streets one night in 2009, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/12/22/prince-william-spends-nig_n_400381.html" target="_hplink">the AP reports</a>. "I hope that by deepening my understanding of the issue, I can help do my bit to help the most vulnerable on our streets," he told the news outlet.
Instead of gifts, Prince William and Kate <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/16/royal-wedding-charity-gifts_n_836429.html " target="_hplink">asked their wedding guests make a donation to one of 26 charities</a> they selected, which included <a href="http://www.beatbullying.org/" target="_hplink">Beatbullying</a>, a nonprofit that offers mentoring programs to young people in the U.K. affected by bullying.
Because caring for veterans' well-being is a main focus of his <a href="http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk/newsandgallery/focus/the_foundation_of_prince_william_and_prince_harry_570302665.html" target="_hplink">foundation</a>, Prince William headed off to the U.S. to find out how to better address such pressing issues as veteran employment. While speaking at a hiring event in Los Angeles in July 2011, the benevolent royal remarked: <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/11/prince-william-military-families-_n_894312.html" target="_hplink">"We have much to learn from you. Thank you for this opportunity."</a>