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Football Shirt Friday is back on Friday 26 April 2024.

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DONATE to tackle bowel cancer


Get ready to wear, share and donate this Football Shirt Friday. 100% of the money you raise funds life-saving bowel cancer research through the Bobby Moore Fund. Bowel cancer is relentless. But so are we.

The difference you make

There are around 42,900 new bowel cancer cases in the UK every year. Only through research will we find better ways to prevent, detect, diagnose and treat bowel cancer. Your support can help us do this.

Goalkeeper Ian

Ian was a keen footballer, follows Partick Thistle home and away and is a proud grandfather of two. He was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2017 and underwent surgery to remove a tumour in his colon.

Ian says, It’s thanks to the work that bodies like the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK do that means more people than ever are still alive and kicking after their diagnosis and treatment.

How your money can support our life-saving work


£15 could fund one of our cancer nurses and their amazing work with people affected by cancer for one hour.

bowel cancer screening

£125 could fund research aimed at reducing barriers to bowel screening, for day.

microscope camera

£400 could buy a microscope camera, allowing our scientists to take images of cancer cells in tumour tissue samples.

What is the Bobby Moore Fund?

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Bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK. 46 people die from the disease every day in the UK. That’s more than four football teams.

Bobby Moore was just 51 years old when he died of bowel cancer. Shortly after his death Bobby’s widow, Stephanie Moore OBE, set up the Bobby Moore Fund to raise money for pioneering bowel cancer research.

Together we have raised an incredible £31 million in 30 years and funded over 50 research projects dedicated to bowel cancer.

Get ready for the big day

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