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Prostate Cancer UK Day

Posted: Fri 07 Mar 2014
Author: Andy Walker

Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Bill Bailey

Image by: Prostate Cancer UK

This weekend's fixture against Queens Park Rangers at St. Andrew's has been designated Prostate Cancer UK Day.

Birmingham City will be showing support for the Football League's official charity partner and their 'Men United v Prostate Cancer' campaign.

The Blues squad will be wearing the PCUK logo on their playing shirts (pictured below) for the Sky Bet Championship fixture against the Hoops, while volunteers around the stadium will be urging fans to dig deep with a bucket collection. 

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PCUK's guest of honour, John Acton, will lead out the teams at St. Andrew's while a large banner will also spread the message further on the day.

To help promote the day, Blues stars Olly Lee, Tom Adeyemi and Aaron Martin took on the Men United test on the PCUK website and you can find out how they got on below in this week's Blues Focus. Blues fans will be able to see this video and a message from PCUK ambassador Bill Bailey on the stadium big screen ahead of the game.

Meanwhile, Blues fan Richard Edmund has been in touch with the club ahead of PCUK Day to advertise that he's running the 2014 London Marathon for the cause. Find out more here.


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