Former England striker Les Ferdinand urged Football League fans to show their support for their team and raise vital funds for Prostate Cancer UK this season by participating in the charity's 'Road to Wembley' competition.
Ex-Sheffield Wednesday and Crystal Palace striker, Mark Bright, also called on fans to get behind the initiative.
The Road to Wembley gives supporters the chance of winning a pair of VIP tickets to the Play-Off Finals in May whilst raising funds to help more men survive prostate cancer and enjoy a better quality of life.
The VIP experience will include a pre-game, behind-the-scenes tour of Wembley stadium. There are 15 pairs of tickets up for grabs for the npower Championship, npower League 1 and npower League 2 Play-Offs.
The competition is part of Prostate Cancer UK's Official Charity Partnership with The Football League.
To take part in 'The Road to Wembley' simply text 'FL followed by the name of your favourite Football League team (e.g. Derby County)' to 82772.
The cost of entry is £3 plus standard network charges. At least half of the £3 fee will be donated to Prostate Cancer UK.
Participants can only win if their team is one of the six Football League clubs reaching the Football League Play-Off Finals at Wembley stadium (i.e. two clubs from the npower Football League Championship, two from the npower League 1 and two from npower League 2).
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