Preston North End will be welcoming the EFL’s official charity partner, Prostate Cancer UK to Deepdale for tomorrow's game.
As well as supporting the charity at tomorrow's game, PNE boss Simon Grayson will once again be taking on the biggest ride in football for Prostate Cancer's 'Football to Amsterdam ride.
Grayson, who completed the 2014 ride for the leading men’s health charity, will join former England stars Les Ferdinand and Terry Butcher in the fifth annual Football to Amsterdam ride in conjunction with the EFL from 9th-11th June.
For a second time, the 46-year-old will ride 145 miles in honour of his late friend Steve ‘Garby’ Garbett, who passed away from the disease in September 2014.
The gaffer's funds raised for the planned ride in June will accompany his fundraising efforts from his charity ball recently which raised a huge £42,000 on the night.
For information about taking part in the 2017 ride go to prostatecanceruk.org/amsterdam or contact the cycling team by calling 020 8222 7158 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to go a step further? You can do just that – literally! Jeff Stelling is back and this time he’s walking 15 marathons in 15 days, plus he’ll be dropping in at Deepdale stadium.
After marching his beloved Hartlepool United to Wembley Stadium last year, Jeff is on the move again, kicking off at St James Park in Exeter and finishing at St James’ Park, Newcastle.
On day nine of his March for Men, Saturday 10th June, Jeff will kick off from Ewood Park, home of Blackburn Rovers, before finishing at Deepdale and you can join him. Find out more at: www.marchformen.org/jeffsmarch
By the time he reaches the Magpies’ ground on 16 June 2017, he will have walked almost 400 miles, visiting 40 clubs on the way.
Whether you walked last year or you are new to his 2017 challenge sign up for Jeff Stelling’s March for Men and help stop prostate cancer being a killer.