Robbie’s March

Robbie Lyle of Arsenal Fan TV took on a mega 37 mile walk from London Stadium to Emirates Stadium, all in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

Robbie Lyle

From London Stadium to Emirates Stadium

Robbie set off on Wednesday 9 August and finished his challenge in time for Arsenal’s 7.45pm kick off against Leicester City on Friday 11 August, raising over £10k for Prostate Cancer UK in the process.

His 37-mile route saw him starting from West Ham’s London Stadium, visiting Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park, Chelsea's Stamford Bridge and Tottenham’s new home at Wembley Stadium, before finishing at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium.

During the walk, Robbie was joined by a number of his footballing friends, including Arsenal legend Paul Davis.

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Robbie's route

Why Robbie is marching for men

After hearing about Prostate Cancer UK's Stronger Knowing More campaign, which is focused on raising awareness of a black man’s increased risk of prostate cancer, Robbie felt inspired to get involved.

I had no idea how common prostate cancer was, or how it could even affect me, especially as a black man. I knew I wanted to do something to help so that’s why I’m doing my own March. I need all the support I can get! Let’s hope it’s a win for me and the mighty Gunners.

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Organise your own club to club walk and help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

We need you to get your fellow fans together and walk to (or from) a match. You set the distance, you pick the day, you decide how much everyone pays to take part and you help bring us one step closer to beating prostate cancer.

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Club to club football walk

Stronger Knowing More

1 in 4 black men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, double the risk faced by all men, which is 1 in 8.

Yet only 14% of black men are aware of their higher risk, so Prostate Cancer UK launched the Stronger Knowing More campaign to make sure that all black men know their risk and what to do about it.

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