Prior to their 2-0 win over Birmingham City back in October, Millwall supporters had managed to raise a match-day sum of £2530.49 for Prostate Cancer UK. The charity themselves have openly thanked Millwall who were part of a programme featuring 11 EFL clubs, in a bid to raise a combined total of over £11,000, a target which was achieved.
Prostate Cancer is one of the biggest killers of males in the UK, with 1 in 7 being diagnosed with the deadly disease in their lifetime. Millwall boss Neil Harris, along with several other football managers from across the board, had also shown his support for the cause by wearing the ‘Man of Men’ pin badge. “I wear my ‘Man of Men’ pin badge with pride as it represents the people affected by this terrible disease. Together we can make a difference”, he said post-match.
The ‘Man of Men’ symbol will be found on the kit number of every shirt worn in the EFL this season, as shown above.
Support for this fantastic cause can be shown by texting BADGE to 70004. As well as a £5 donation to Prostate Cancer UK, a ‘Man of Men’ badge will be sent in the post. More information on Prostate Cancer UK and their fantastic work can be found here.