This weekend is your last chance to get one of our 2013/14 match worn shirts, will all of the proceeds going to Prostate Cancer UK.
The shirts that are available are from the home game against Sheffield United on the 17th March live on Sky. Some may remember this was the game selected to raise awareness of the charity Prostate Cancer UK, the Football League’s official charity partner.
These shirts display the Prostate Cancer UK official logo on the front, making these shirts an exclusive purchase, with bidding starting at £60 and all of the money raised going to the charity.
There has been plenty of bidding activity already so make sure you don’t miss out, bidding ends at 8pm on Sunday.
With Father’s Day coming up in the next few weeks, why not treat your Dad while also raising money for a very worthy cause.
The charity linked up with the Football League to bring men together to raise awareness of the disease which affects tens of thousands of men every year and what better way to do this than through football.
So make the donation and get yourself one of these unique shirts, including those of Declan Rudd, Joe Garner, Paul Gallagher and a further ten players who featured in that game under the lights at Deepdale.
You can find the shirts by searching for “Preston North End Prostate Cancer Match-worn Shirts” or visit our official eBay page here.
The charity is also significant for Preston North End, with head groundsman and winner of League One Groundsman of the Year Pete Ashworth taking part in a bike ride to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
Pete starts his trip on the sixth of June as part of the London to Amsterdam Football League Challenge, representing Preston North End to raise money for the charity and has raised over £1,000 already. If you want to find out more or make a donation, visit his Just Giving page here.