Leave your rivalries on the pitch and get on your bike to help stop a disease that kills one man every 45 minutes.
On June 5-7, join over 400 football fans who will be taking part in Prostate Cancer UK’s flagship Football to Amsterdam bike ride. The extremely popular event, now on its eighth year, is set to be bigger and better than ever before!
Sign up now at prostatecanceruk.org/amsterdam and get £25 off registration with the code F2A25.
Putting rivalries aside, fans will unite as they ride 145 miles through two countries, reaching Amsterdam's Johan Cruijff Arena from their choice of two start locations - either London at the Olympic Park or in Yorkshire at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough Stadium.
This is your opportunity to represent the Spireites, meet like-minded people and most importantly raise money and awareness to beat our toughest opponent of all.
One man dies every 45 minutes from prostate cancer – that’s two men every football match. You and your mates can help make the difference to beat the most common cancer in men in the UK.
Footballing legend Paul Parker, who will be taking on Football to Amsterdam for the second consecutive year, says: “I’ll admit I was a little sceptical before the ride last year as I wasn’t much of a cyclist, but the support and camaraderie between all the riders guided me through – and I enjoyed the ride so much that I’ve signed up for 2020.
“Prostate Cancer UK is a terrific cause and is making huge strides in football and beyond. Events like Football to Amsterdam are playing a massive part in driving change for men but there’s still a lot of work to be done.
"That’s why I’m calling on football fans across the country to join me on the starting line next summer. With your support, we can help stop prostate cancer being a killer.”
Up for the challenge? Get yourself signed up and represent Chesterfield in the biggest ride in football.
Once registered, riders will be supported every pedal of the way and will also receive a Prostate Cancer UK cycling jersey, Football to Amsterdam wristband and a medal at the finish line.