Melbourne Victory has joined the Cancer Council’s Call To Arms to help tackle its toughest opponent yet – cancer.
Melbourne Victory has joined the Cancer Council-s Call To Arms to help tackle its toughest opponent yet – cancer.
Melbourne Victory players will wear yellow armbands against English Premier League side Fulham at Etihad Stadium on Saturday, July 11 as a show of honour and respect for all men who have faced or are currently facing cancer.
The club will also donate a football, signed by Melbourne Victory captain Kevin Muscat and Fulham captain Danny Murphy, which will be auctioned by Cancer Council Victoria to raise essential funds for cancer research, education and support programs.
Sporting clubs around Australia are encouraged to register for Call To Arms and wear a yellow armband at one of their matches in July to raise awareness and funds for cancer, a disease that effects one in two men by the age of 85.
Register for Call To Arms today at www.calltoarms.com.au, and your local sporting club can help save the lives of men right across Australia.
Tickets for the match are available from Ticketmaster by calling 136 100 or through ticketmaster.com.au.
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Melbourne Victory v Fulham
Saturday, July 11, 7.30pm
Etihad Stadium, Melbourne