Be a Blade for the day and support the Sheffield United Charity Cup

17th March 2017

IT'S the once in a lifetime opportunity devoted fans dream ofthe chance to step out onto the famous Sheffield United pitch and become a football hero for the day! And now that dream could come true thanks to a new charity partnership event with St Luke's Hospice.

The Sheffield United Charity Cup is the sporting challenge that will raise money for Sheffield's only hospice and the Sheffield United Community Foundation. Kicking off on Sunday May 14, two Sheffield United teams both home and away sides managed by SUFC legends Bob Booker and Kevin Gage, will battle it out to win the prestigious Charity Cup at United's Bramall Lane ground. And to take part and play for United alongside some special sporting guest stars - all you have to do is raise a minimum of £350 per person. In return, players get full use of United player's facilities and changing rooms, receive a full official United kit and a meal after the game for themselves and a guest as well as a souvenir team photograph and player's medal. -So many fans dream of getting their chance to play at Bramall Lane so this really is the perfect opportunity to make that dream come true, said St Luke's Corporate Fundraising Manager Jack Kidder. -It's a fantastic opportunity to step out onto the famous United pitch and be part of a memorable sporting occasion. To find out more, register interest and secure a shirt number, players need to simply email

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