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Wear your non league club shirt and raise money for Cancer Research

It's Football Shirt Friday on 27th April so break out your best non league shirt and raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund and Cancer Research

Wear your non league club shirt and raise money for Cancer Research

It’s not often we are able to get involved in national campaigns but this one for Cancer Research UK that involves wearing your football shirt to work on Friday sounds right up our street.

You’ve probably seen the ads on social media for Football Shirt Friday on 27th April, Ledley King grappling with Robbie Savage and David Seaman wearing that brilliant Euro 96 goalkeeper shirt.

We want to see Bracknell Town, Binfield and Ascot United shirts across twitter and lets see if those amazing Windsor shirts don’t break social media.

The Bobby Moore Fund is behind the day and we reckon it’s a great opportunity to get out and in to work in your non league shirt – especially after such a successful season for most our clubs.

If you are taking part, please use the hashtag #FootballShirtFriday to post a selfie on social media and be sure to tag in @fibracknell on twitter and @footballinbracknell on instagram.

To take part all you need to do is text ‘SHIRT’ to 70200 which will donate £5 to the fund, put on your favourite non league football shirt and head to work. You can find out more about Football Shirt Friday here.

The legal bit: Texts charged at £5 plus a standard rate text (age 16+, UK mobiles only). From this, CRUK receives £4.89. [Closes 31/05/18]. Full Ts&Cs at www.cruk.org/text. Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1089464) and Scotland (SC041666).

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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