Awareness Raised Around Bloomfield Road
Blackpool's match with Fulham on Saturday was the club's designated Prostate Cancer UK game, raising awareness for the charity around Bloomfield Road.
Swing tags were hung up inside the home dressing room prior to kick-off, while the club's coaching staff wore the charity's iconic pin badges.
The two captains Peter Clarke and Ross McCormack emerged from the tunnel in Men United scarves pre-match, before posing for photographs with the match officials and mascots.
Prostate Cancer affects one in eight men in their lifetime, and the charity is looking for more people to raise money in the fight against the disease.
By joining Men United, you’ll get more opportunities to do great stuff with your friends, from bike rides to pub quizzes to Iron Man challenges.
Whatever you and your mates love to do, you can do it for Men United and help beat a disease that kills one man every hour in the UK.
Supporters can play their part by joining Men United to help keep friendships alive. More information can be found here: prostatecanceruk.org/menunited