The OddBalls Foundation is proud to be working with a range of fantastic organisations, who are passionate about our message and want to help tackle the stigma associated with Testicular Cancer.
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Wilder Boxing Student Fight Night
Wilder Boxing’s Student Fight Night was established in 2021 in Durham by students, for students, with the purpose of raising funds for incredible causes locally, as well as further afield.View website →
Starting off with the first event in 2021 with 24 fighters, the Student Fight Night craze has spread across the UK, with events now set to happen this year in London, Cambridge, Brighton, Sheffield, Nottingham, Loughborough AND Newcastle. That’s hundreds of students stepping up to train alongside their studies and take on the hallowed blue and red gloves for a shot at boxing glory - but most importantly of all, raise funds for The Oddballs Foundation, the Official National Charity Partner for 2023. read more read less
The English Schools’ Football Association
Established in 1904, the English Schools’ FA is the National Governing Body for Schools’ Football in England, running all national football competitions for schools and Districts across the country. National Cup competitions culminate in the staging of National Finals held at various prestigious football stadiums and training grounds from March to June. Previous venues have included Man City Academy Stadium, The Hawthorns, Stoke City FC and Goodison Park.View website →
The ESFA has received a record number of entries into National Schools’ Cup competitions for 2022/23 with over 7,000 teams taking part, equating to over 110,000 players. This includes 1,886 girls’ teams and 30,000 girls taking part - a record number for participation in the girls' game, for the second consecutive season.
Aside from National Schools’ Cup competitions, representative football competitions and the ESFA’s international programme for U15 schoolgirls and U18 schoolboys, the Association also created the Schools’ Football Week (SFW) initiative, to help provide an opportunity to celebrate schools’ football across England, each February. SFW is designed as an opportunity for schools, teams and clubs from across the country to embrace schools’ football and the wellbeing benefits it provides to pupils and players. It celebrates the importance of schools’ football, competitive or otherwise and provides teachers and coaches with tools and a motivation to further discuss the benefits of schools’ football within their educational environment. Schools’ Football Week 2023 saw over a quarter of a million children take part in activity with over 100,000 girls involved!
ESFA Chair, Stuart Botham said: "I am delighted to see that the ESFA is continuing this partnership with The OddBalls Foundation. The partnership has played a large role in increasing the awareness of testicular cancer in schools, through both face to face and online talks to pupils and we hope to grow awareness of this very important subject going forward. The ESFA continues to encourage members to sign up for sessions with the charity and I look forward to seeing awareness of The OddBalls Foundation continue to grow in 22/23." read more read less
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Explanation about partnership – Brushing Blue for OddBalls: Curaprox UK is proud to be working with The OddBalls Foundation helping to raise money and spread awareness for those suffering from or affected by testicular cancer. Testicular cancer is the most common type of cancer to affect men between the ages of 15-49 and around 2,300 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer each year in the UK. By purchasing any of our Brushing Blue products, 25% of the sale will go directly to tThe OddBalls Foundation, supporting the wonderful work they do. read more read less