Saturday’s home game against Plymouth Argyle at The Valley is Prostate Cancer and Men’s Health Awareness Day.
As part of this activity, PSA testing, undertaken by the Graham Fulford Charitable Trust, will be available from 12pm-2.45pm for fans of both clubs.
The PSA test is a blood test that can help diagnose prostate problems, including prostate cancer – the most common cancer in men in the UK.
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Those having a test, which is aimed at men over the age of 45, will be asked for a minimum £5 donation. The Barry Kilby Prostate Cancer Appeal will fund the remainder of the tests’ costs.
Club legends Scott Minto, Bob Bolder and Carl Leaburn will be amongst those tested on Saturday, as will Charlton Athletic Community Trust CEO Jason Morgan and Club Secretary Chris Parkes.
The blood tests are available from 12 noon to 2.45pm and will take place in the North Stand Fans’ Bar for Charlton fans.
Other activities on the day include a bucket collection for the EFL’s Official Charity Partner, Prostate Cancer UK.
Up to 500 supporters can be tested on Saturday and the PSA tests will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.