KNOW THE SCORE AND HELP TACKLE BOWEL CANCER
Football stands up against the disease
England’s top footballers through the generations will come together during April to raise awareness of bowel cancer.
Current England midfielder James Milner, World Cup winner Martin Peters, women’s captain Faye White and former striker Les Ferdinand have all supported and helped to promote ‘Know the Score’ in a national newspaper campaign.
The campaign backed by leading bowel cancer charities the Bobby Moore Fund, the Adam Stansfield Foundation, Beating Bowel Cancer, Bowel Cancer UK , the Men’s Health Forum and the founding charity of ‘Know the Score’, the Mr Brightside Project want to raise awareness of the key symptoms
A new silver ‘Star of Hope’ badge has been officially produced in conjunction with the Professional Footballers Association. The League Managers Association and Professional Game Match Officials Limited are also supporting the campaign.
Over the busy Easter weekend of April 6-9, players and match officials throughout the Premier League and Football League, will also wear ‘Know the Score’ t-shirts as they warm up for games.
For your Star of Hope badge and further information on the campaign please visit: www.knowthescore.org.uk