MK Dons have been showing their support for Prostate Cancer UK.
There was also a collection at the weekend's game as well as plenty of coverage on the big screens and in the matchday programme.
Since Prostate Cancer UK’s partnership with the EFL was announced back in 2012, the charity has raised over £2m to help stop prostate cancer being a killer and also raised the profile of a disease not really spoken about.
Clubs and fans from across the EFL have walked, run, cycled, collected at match days and donated in the fight against prostate cancer.
The money raised via the EFL partnership is funding innovative research projects to make a step-change in the scientific knowledge of prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer UK’s aim is to make sure men with aggressive prostate cancer are diagnosed early, before it spreads outside the prostate, so that fewer slip through the net with advanced disease.
To find out more about Prostate Cancer UK and their work in football visit prostatecanceruk.org/football.