The Belfast featherweight fulfilled a dream last August when he stopped Luke Jackson at the football stadium in front of over 20,000 of ‘The Jackal Army’.
Frampton was back at the home of Northern Irish football at the weekend with boots rather than gloves but still impressed.
The 32-year-old was part of the ‘My Tribute’ charity match organised by Callum Best and Selleberity Soccer in memory of the legendary George Best and in aid of the IFA Trust and NACOA.
Wearing the number 5 jersey, Frampton lined out for the Calum Best XI who played to a 4-4 draw with Eastenders actor Jake Wood’s ‘United’ team.
The match would go to penalties, with Frampton, just about, scoring his, but his team would lose out.
Despite the loss, the Tiger’s Bay boxer was still chosen as the man of the match at a game for a good cause which was attended by over 6,000 fans.
Watch clips from the game, as well as interviews with Frampton, below:
He fulfilled his lifetime goal of boxing at Windsor Park, now he’s scored an actual goal there! But the gloves will be back on soon @RealCFrampton reveals details of his next fight🇺🇸👀 pic.twitter.com/kRihEsvZMe
— Ruth Gorman (@RuthGorman_UTV) April 15, 2019
⚽️A host of famous faces took to Windsor Park to compete in the ‘My Tribute’ match, which was organised in memory of George Best by his son @CalumBest@RealCFrampton, @mrjakedwood & Danny Dyer were some of the celebrities taking part
— BBC SPORT NI (@BBCSPORTNI) April 14, 2019
🎥 Take a look at some of the highlights from the @CalumBest ‘My Tribute’ celebrity football match today! Including @RealCFrampton hitting the back of the net and wise words from @MrDDyer 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/xZxuU0xHll
— Official Irish FA (@OfficialIrishFA) April 14, 2019
— Carl Frampton MBE (@RealCFrampton) April 15, 2019