Fulham legend Sean Davis and QPR Director of Football Les Ferdinand are preparing for a 145-mile bike ride in the name of Prostate Cancer UK.
Football to Amsterdam, which runs from June 9 to June 11, is a bike ride which will see 400 football fans, staff and legends of the game taking part in the mammoth ride from London to the Dutch capital.
Other high profile football stars taking part include Terry Butcher, Viv Anderson, Alan Smith and Simon Grayson.
An event backed by the English Football League and the League Managers Association, it's an event football fans can't ignore.
Ahead of his first Football to Amsterdam ride, Les Ferdinand said: "I’ll admit prostate cancer wasn’t on my radar a decade ago; I knew nothing about it at all. Now I do. I lost my grandfather to prostate cancer and it’s also affected other members of my family too. I’ll be 50 in December, and need to set an example to my family and my peers, so I go and see my doctor every year without fail.”
Fulham legend Sean Davis added: "I’m delighted to have joined the Fulham team for the Amsterdam cycle.
"I’ve been involved with Prostate Cancer UK at various points over the years, and the work they do is so important. So to contribute in a small way like this, I was more than happy to get involved. It should be a great few days, too. I’ve had friends who have taken part before, and there’s a good group of Fulham supporters signed up now, so I’d encourage anyone who’s considering it to get involved."
For more information on Football to Amsterdam, visit https://prostatecanceruk.org/get-involved/football-to-amsterdam-2017.