Enfield Town are turning out in pink next weekend to raise awareness of breast cancer when they face Ryman Premier rivals Canvey Island for the second time in seven days in the FA Trophy.
They’ll be running out in for the first qualifying round clash at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, a week after beating the Gulls 5-1 on Saturday in the Ryman League’s top flight.
Organisers are also aiming to raise as much as possible for Cancer Research UK before and after the fixture with a fundraising bucket collection and raffle before a kit auction after the tie with top prizes including a signed Harry Kane shirt and the match ball.
The Towners thanked a number of companies who came forward to sponsor the community health drive in a statement on Saturday night.
A club spokesman said: “The team will wear a pink and grey kit which has kindly been sponsored by ORC Printwear Promotions Ltd, ACM Environmental plc, and property services company Ergro, in addition to the usual kit sponsorship by Football Manager.
“Particular thanks are due to ORC managing director Rod Hammond, who has donated the actual kit, to Barry Bolton of ACM Environmental and to Chris Wollen of Ergro.”