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Football fans to visit West Ham United, Dagenham & Redbridge and Leyton Orient to help promote Prostate Cancer UK’s Football to Amsterdam 2017 fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 17:00 01 September 2016

Leyton Orient's badge outside Brisbane Road (pic: Play With A Legend).

Leyton Orient's badge outside Brisbane Road (pic: Play With A Legend).

Mathew Parri Thomas 2016

Supporters to go to 13 London clubs to help raise awareness of Prostate Cancer UK’s end of season football fundraiser with the English Football League

Football fans will be visiting every London club on their bikes tomorrow (Friday) in the first of a series of events to promote Football to Amsterdam 2017 – Prostate Cancer’s end of season football fundraiser with the English Football League.

The ride starts at West Ham United at 9am and will finish at Brisbane Road, the home of Leyton Orient, early evening.

The supporters will be joining 100 miles overall and visit 13 clubs throughout the day for Prostate Cancer.

After starting at West Ham, the football fans will travel to Dagenham & Redbridge – arrived their around 10am.

The next destination after Victoria Road is Charlton before visiting Millwall before lunch time.

Crystal Palace will welcome the riders after the New Den before AFC Wimbledon are next on the visit.

Brentwood, Queens Park Rangers and Fulham will play host to the supporters before the fans will arrive at Chelsea for approximate 4.40pm.

An hour later they’ll be at Arsenal before going across north London to Tottenham Hotspur.

Orient are the final destination for the supporters and they are expected to get into E10 for 7.05pm.

If you want to find out more about Prostate Cancer UK’s cycle to Amsterdam next year, there will be people at each club tomorrow to provide more information.

For more go to http://prostatecanceruk.org/get-involved/football-to-amsterdam-2017#f2a-2017-london-club-ride-friday-2-september-2016.

Prostate Cancer are in the market for football fans with a positive mental attitude, passion, charisma and the ability to organise a large number of men and women to ride to Amsterdam. Join the ride here - http://prostatecanceruk.org/get-involved/football-to-amsterdam-2017/football-to-amsterdam-2017-major-signings.


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