Prostate FC Update

It is always good to hear from my friends at Prostate FC – here are their early season updates

It’s been a busy first few months of the football season, so here’s a round up of what’s been going on in the world of Prostate FC

Football fans, managers and staff join forces to raise thousands

Clubs from across the UK joined forces in October for the annual Prostate United challenge, with Doncaster Rovers, Newcastle United and Derby County just a few of the clubs that got involved.

Together, clubs raised well over £235,000 to fund ground-breaking prostate cancer research and vital support for men and their families, but which club finished top of the fundraising table?


Ex-Man City and Brighton boss shares his own prostate cancer story

It’s why football clubs, staff and fans are raising money to fight prostate cancer. To keep football fans with their families for longer. Men like Brian Horton.

Much-travelled football manager, Brian Horton, hailed the ‘lifesaving’ League Managers Association (LMA) and former teammates for convincing him to go public with his own prostate cancer diagnosis.

…and Super Stelling steps up once again!
Back in September, Jeff Stelling marched from Wembley to Wycombe in honour of the late, great Bill Turnbull.

The event, which was sponsored by GenesisCare, raised an incredible £396,394. Some might say “Unbelievable, Jeff!”, but we’re better than that.


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