City are delighted to welcome a team from Prostate Cancer UK to Ashton Gate this evening for the televised clash with Huddersfield Town (7.45pm).
- Prostate Cancer UK raising money in BS3 this evening
- All funds will help reduce the most common cause of cancer in men
- Fans can still sign up for EFL’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride
The volunteers will be collecting donations outside the ground ahead of kick-off and with the funds raised, City supporters will be helping to stop the most common cancer in men being a killer.
Tonight’s bucket collectors are raising money to go towards the EFL’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride fundraising pot.
The group of football fans will be rising 145-miles over two days from either London or Barnsley to Amsterdam. They will be joining 500 football supporters, staff and legends of the game in a pedal-pilgrimage that takes place between June 9-11th.
Fancy trading your football shirt for lycra?
It’s not too late to sign up and you can help us climb the F2A league. Places for the rise are filling up so if you want to represent the club this June make sure you register soon.
Prostate cancer in the most common cancer in men. One in eight men will get prostate cancer, while the odds for black men are just one in four. By donating and supporting today, you’re helping to stop this form of cancer being a killer.
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