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One man dies every 45 minutes of prostate cancer in the UK

That’s two men every match.

If you’re over 50, black or have a family history of prostate cancer, you’re at a significantly higher risk.

But with your help, we can change the game for men. Our badge represents the whole football family – fathers, sons, daughters, partners, uncles and friends – in the fight against the disease. Like Jeff Stelling and Pep Guardiola, thousands of fans and professionals are wearing the badge to show – no matter what team we support – we are united for one cause.

Together, we will relegate prostate cancer forever.


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Players, rivals and legends sign up to fight prostate cancer ahead of new football season

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Football managers unite to deliver life-saving team talks for Prostate Cancer UK

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Veteran sports writer Ralph Ellis dies after raising £15k for us on recent cycle ride to Amsterdam

Almost two years after being diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, Ralph sadly passed away on Saturday 15 September 2018. He had been an ardent supporter of our work in recent years, including cycling our Football to Amsterdam ride with his son in June and interviewing Ray Clemence for our Insights magazine. The Football Writers Association – of which Ralph was an active member – has now committed to working closely with us as a tribute to him. Back in May, we talked to Ralph about his cancer journey and the impact it had on his family.

READ OUR MAY INTERVIEW WITH RALPH