One man dies of prostate cancer every 45 minutes in the UK
Our badge has graced the lapel of almost every football manager and pundit in recent years. Now, the same 'Man of Men' logo appears in the squad number of every player's shirt in the EFL and Prostate Cancer UK features in the famous computer games Football Manager and Fifa 2018. Text BADGE to 70004 to donate £5 and get your own.
Why? Because prostate cancer is killing one man every 45 minutes in the UK. That's two men during the time it takes to play a football match. So we need to give fans a team talk about football's biggest opposition - prostate cancer.
Men over 50, black men and men with a family history of prostate cancer have a significantly higher risk. But you can help us change the game for men and stop prostate cancer being a killer.
12,000 miles with a bucket
The football fundraiser who’s travelled to 64 matches
Football fans are known for their dedication, travelling miles to watch their beloved team play.
But for super-volunteer, and the Checkatrade Trophy final Guest of Honour Mark Vosper, it's our EFL Match Days that he follows around the country most weekends, cumulatively journeying half-way round the globe to help raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK. We find out why he does it.
Football managers unite to deliver life-saving team talks for Prostate Cancer UK
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.
Managers united behind the badge
YouTube football star kicks off the new season with £10k March for Men
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.
Arsenal Fan TV star raises thousands
Jeff Stelling puts his best foot forward: “We march again for men and their families everywhere”
With his March for Men less than 24 hours away, Jeff Stelling's final exclusive blog for Prostate Cancer UK finds the Soccer Saturday presenter in bouyant mood ahead of his 400-mile football pilgrimage from Exeter to Newcastle over 15 days. Not even an early attack of blisters can dampen his excitement.