Former England football star Tony Woodcock will join the likes of Spanish national coach José Camacho, German football legend Lothar Mathaus and supermodel Claudia Schiffer this weekend for a charity golf and football event organised by former Wimbledon tennis winner Boris Becker. Woodcock, who played 42 times for England in an international career spanning eight years, was a member of Brian Clough's famous Nottingham Forest team that won back-to-back European Cups in 1978 and 1979. The tall striker made an impression in Germany when he faced F.C. Cologne in the 1979 European Cup semi-final and moved to the club the following year. After a successful three seasons at Cologne he was transferred to Arsenal, but later returned to the German city to coach Fortuna Cologne. Woodcock's team-mates from his Forest days reads like a Who's Who of football stars and managers. Brian Clough's assistant at Forest during Woodcock's time with the club was current Leicester manager and England assistant manager Peter Taylor, strike partner Trevor Francis is manager of Birmingham, defender Viv Anderson is Bryan Robson's assistant at Middlesbrough, Martin O'Neill is riding high with Celtic, while Frank Clark went on to manage both Forest and Man City. In net during Woodcock's successful spell at the City Ground was England goalkeeping legend Peter Shilton. This weekend's events, dubbed Planet Mallorca, start on Saturday with a gala dinner followed by a round of golf on Sunday at 11am at the Golf de Andraitx course. On Monday at 5pm there will be a football match at the Luis Sitjar stadium (unconfirmed site) also in aid of the charity. Becker is hoping to raise over 8 million pesetas for causes ranging from Mallorcan schools, a German children's charity called Ein Herz fur Kinder and Becker's own brainchild Fit for Future which encourages youngsters to take up sport.