Victory Against Cancer
On Saturday the 24th of February, Victory fans will get the opportunity to play against a team of All-Stars before the Hyundai A-League clash between Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United.
Melbourne Victory and Cancer Council Victoria have come together to host this event for the fourth year running, in order to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Victory Against Cancer promotes the importance of health and physical activity through playing sport, whilst looking to raise funds for cancer research.
The game itself is an opportunity for Victory fans to play on the AAMI park pitch against fellow fans, players past and present as well as celebrities.
To be in the running to play in the match, one must be one of the top five fundraisers for the Cancer Council of Victoria OR raise over $300 to be able to go into a draw to be placed on a team.
More than 31,600 Victorians are diagnosed with cancer each year. Cancer Council Victoria alongside with Melbourne Victory are determined to change this statistic.