Prostate Cancer UK offers seasoned supporters the chance to run out with their heroesFootball fans are being offered a once in a lifetime opportunity to be the guest of honour for Leyton Orient at the match against Gillingham on Saturday 12 April thanks to Prostate Cancer UK - the Official Charity Partner of The Football League.
The pioneering partnership between Prostate Cancer UK and The Football League aims to reach over 16 million fans across the terraces up and down the country, raising awareness of the disease which affects 1 in 8 men sometime in their life and kills over 10,000 men a year.
This season for the first time ever, a new super team featuring football managers, players, fans and football club staff join arms as “Men United” and face prostate cancer head on by encouraging men everywhere to wise up to the disease and take action – and for one afternoon in April, the O’s skipper Nathan Clarke will hand on the mantle to a lucky fan.
The lucky football fan will not only have the honour of leading their team out onto hallowed turf before kick-off and enjoy an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at Leyton Orient, the winner will also represent Men United in the battle against prostate cancer by putting aside their local football rivalries.
To win the chance to lead out Leyton Orient at the Matchroom Stadium and to register for a fortnightly football newsletter visit our sign-up page here by 2nd January 2014. Over 18 only. Terms and conditions apply.