Amateur footballers will go head-to-head for the chance to play against a team of sporting stars.
Goals Sheffield has organised a five-a-side football tournament next month, to raise money and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.
The Sheffield heat of the national competition, organised by talkSPORT radio, is inviting teams to battle it out in a bid to win the grand prize – a match against presenter Colin Murray, former Arsenal star Ray Parlour and Stan Collymore and other celebrities.
The Men United contest will be held at Goals Soccer Centre, off Norfolk Park Road, on Sunday, September 22, from 7pm.
Winning players will then travel to the national finals, due to be held at Goals in Eltham in October.
Every team that enters will be invited to raise cash for the charity and the team that raises the most will win a new kit.
Manager Gaynor Wand said: “It’s about bringing men together to promote awareness of prostate cancer.”
Entry is £40 per team. To enter visit www.goalsfootball.co.uk or call 01274 610 061.