The day after Christmas, we’ll be at the heart of football fixtures on TV and radio, as well as topping a tabloid newspaper, telling the story of our 'Man of Men' and raising awareness of the most common cancer in men. Here's where to look (and listen) out for us while you're finishing off the festive turkey.
In the latest issue of our charity sports tabloid, The Male, we find out how football's top managers are giving life-saving team talks and why they wear our badge. Here's a peak at what's inside...
Last week, Ebbsfleet United turned a flurry of social media back chat into a fundraising scheme, putting a unique Mambo number five jersey up for auction after calls for player Yado Mambo to wear it. Now, as one lucky bidder celebrates and the singer of the hit song praises the effort, the club’s vice chairman, whose prostate cancer experience inspired the move, tells us what it means to him.
Jeff Stelling's 'unbelievable' efforts have been recognised with the Celebrity Fundraiser of the Year prize at last night's JustGiving Fundraising Awards, beating actor Tom Hardy and stage star Denise Van Outen to the honour.
One of the fastest-growing sports among older men, walking football is also proving popular with men recovering from cancer treatment and other health issues. So our new five-year partnership with the sport's governing body is the perfect match for everyone.
The Brighton & Hove Albion boss is the latest top football manager to join our awareness campaign targeting fans. He tells us how he's been affected by prostate cancer and reveals the team talk he's most proud of in his managerial career.
The Burnley Football Club manager tells us why he felt compelled to join our latest awareness drive in the world of football, and how he hopes to get everyone talking about prostate cancer on the terraces.
The former Premier League boss opens up about how the disease has affected his family, while urging fans to show their support for Prostate Cancer UK on Non-League Day this Saturday 7 October.
The leagues' top bosses have turned their man-management skills against the deadliest opponent of all, with our latest awareness drive hoping to grab football fans' attention on matchdays through radio, social media and stadium posters.
Robbie Lyle, host of Arsenal Fan TV, hiked between all five Premier League clubs in London on the way to Arsenal's opening game of the season – all to keep a promise he made earlier this year to help stop prostate cancer being a killer. Now he's asking other football fans to follow in his fundraising footsteps.