Still a chance to sign-up for cycling event
If you’re a keen cyclist and are available between 14-16 June, then why not join football fans all around the country for a unique challenge?
AFC Wimbledon are one of many clubs to support the Football League’s London to Amsterdam Challenge, which aims to raise vital funds for Prostate Cancer UK.
Fans from across The Football League will take to the saddle for a unique two-day "Total Football" themed, 155-mile challenge for the 250,000 men living with prostate cancer across the UK.
The ride will see fans pedal from capital to capital, raising money for prostate cancer. Kicking off on Friday 14 June, the route will pass through the picturesque countryside of rural England, before crossing The Channel at Harwich and onto the flat landscape of Dutch Zeeland.
Former England, Watford and AC Milan striker, Luther Blissett, has already signed up, and he said: "Rivalry between clubs can be fierce, and although this is not meant to be a race, I am sure there will be a sprint to reach the finish line. We will definitely all be on the same team though when it comes to raising awareness and funds for prostate cancer."