Pools fan Jeff Stelling is walking 10 marathons in 10 days, from Hartlepool United to Wembley, to raise cash a disease which affects one in eight men.
The Sky Sports presenter, who is also honorary president of Pools, is aiming to raise thousands of pounds for Prostate Cancer UK with his Men United March.
He will take on the epic challenge from March 21 to 30, setting off from Victoria Park, the home of his beloved Pools.
He will head south, finishing at Wembley Stadium in London, bringing some friends and well-known faces from the world of football with him.
Day one, March 21: Hartlepool United to Marske, via Middlesbrough FC.
Day two, March 22: York City to Leeds United.
Day three, March 23: Doncaster Rovers to Scunthorpe United.
Day four, March 24: Rotherham United to Chesterfield FC, via Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United.
Day five, March 25: Morning, Derby County to Burton Albion. Afternoon: Cavendish Bridge to Nottingham.
Day six, March 26: Wolves to Birmingham City, via Walsall, West Brom and Aston Villa.
Day seven, March 27: Coventry City to Leicester City.
Day eight, March 28: Northampton Town to MK Dons.
Day nine, March 29: Luton Town to Watford, via St Albans City FC.
Day 10, March 30: AFC Wimbledon to Wembley Stadium, via Brentford, Chelsea, Fulham and QPR.
The walk will kick off each morning at a football ground, and he will walk around 10 hours a day.
Joining Jeff's official team is by invitation only.
To be considered, would-be fundraisers should get in touch with Prostate Cancer UK with brief information about themselves, their motivation for walking, and ideas for fundraising.
One in eight men will get prostate cancer, and one in four if you are black. One man dies every hour from prostate cancer.
* For more information about Jeff Stelling's Men United march, visit the Prostate Cancer UK website HERE.