The Soccer Saturday boys are back, and although they’ve swapped the Sky Studios for their living rooms, their ‘Man of Men’ pin badges stay firmly pinned to their lapels.
From his local Yorkshire club to the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship, meet the man determined to take the Prostate Cancer UK message to golfers around the world.
2016 Masters champion, Danny Willett gets involved to raise funds and awareness in the golfing community.
This bright blue and orange Vanarama X Prostate Cancer UK match ball is the first time ever a one-off ball has been used in a Non-League fixture, and it's emblazoned with messages from four Prostate Cancer UK legends.
The Prostate Cancer UK Man Of Men badge has become an icon of hope for thousands of people across the UK - but we know it means many different things to many different people. We spoke to supporters, staff, nurses and the England coach about what the badge means to them.
Rob is a seriously good goalkeeper and a clinical nurse specialist who found out he had prostate cancer a few months ago. He spoke to us about how his expertise helped him calm his family's worries, and how walking football helped him feel himself again (while earning some international caps).
Sky Sports presenter and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador, Jeff Stelling smashes through the £1 million fundraising milestone on his third epic walking challenge.
David Attree tells us how the death of his father-in-law earlier this year prompted him to write and film a powerful poem for us, hoping to raise awareness among his fellow football fans and pay tribute to anyone who's lost their dad to the disease.
Vanarama's historic rebrand of the National League is hailed for raising huge awareness of prostate cancer, as well as donations from every vehicle leased, with Kevin Webber joining the cheque presentation on Non-League Day.