Spurs legends to take part in charity football match

Charity football game
Charity football game

Tottenham Hotspur’s Terry Dyson, from the 1961 double cup winning side, will be the special guest at a Spurs Legends charity football match.

The charity match has been organised to raise money for Checkemlads, the Spurs Legend team will feature players from the 1980’s and 1990’s.

All money raised will go to the Testicular Cancer Awareness and Support Site.

Darren Eckersley, one of the event organisers, said: “We have spent the last year organising the event and our aim is to raise as much money for our chosen charity.

“A friend had testicular cancer and there wasn’t much awareness of the cancer, we want to change that and make people aware of not only the cancer, but also the support that is available. We want it to be a real family day out, there will be something for everyone, from a bouncy castle and face painting for the children to a barbecue and licensed bar for the adults.”

Professional football free styler, Steve Gray, will also be attending. The game is at Leighton Buzzard Football Club on Sunday, May 24, at 2pm, tickets are £5 for adults and £1 for children and OAPs.