Nottingham Forest are delighted to show their support for Football Shirt Friday to raise awareness and funds for Cancer Research UK through the Bobby Moore Fund.
On Friday 20th November, football fans across the country are encouraged to wear their colours to work or school to help raise funds for the cancer charity, and the club are encouraging Forest fans to take part.
As part of the campaign, the club are delighted to reveal a special offer for one-day only, with £5 of any online purchase of 2020-21 home shirts being donated to the Bobby Moore Fund until midnight on Friday.
Club staff will also be showing their support by wearing their favourite football shirts on Friday, and you can show your support for the campaign by sending in your photos and videos of you taking part.
Send your pictures and videos to FSF@nottinghamforest.co.uk and the best ones will be featured on the club’s social media channels.
Football Shirt Friday is an annual fundraising and awareness campaign for the Bobby Moore Fund which is raising funds for Cancer Research UK.
The aim of the campaign is for people to wear their favourite football shirt this Friday, share a selfie on social media and donate £5 to the charity.
World-Cup winning England captain Bobby Moore sadly died of bowel cancer in 1993. Shortly after, his widow Stephanie Moore MBE set up the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK to fund world-class research and awareness projects to tackle bowel cancer. Since it began, the fund has raised over £27m for bowel cancer research.
Wear your colours with pride this Friday and to donate £5 to the Bobby Moore Fund, simply text SHIRT to 70180.