Prostate Cancer UK, the official Charity Partner of the Football League for the 2012/13, have launched the 'Road to Wembley' competition to give Brentford fans the chance to win tickets to the 2012/13 npower Football League Play-Off finals.
There are 15 pairs of tickets available to the Play-Offs Finals and all tickets include a VIP pre-game behind the scenes tour of Wembley Stadium.
To enter all fans need to do is text 'FL Brentford' to 82772. Texts will cost £3 with at least half of the fee being donated to Prostate Cancer UK.
Should Brentford reach the Play-Off finals, fans will be entered into a draw with fans of the other finalist to win free tickets for the game.
Prostate cancer is the most common male cancer in the UK with 250,000 men living with the disease in the UK currently.
Les Ferdinand, helped launch the competition this morning, lost his granddad to Prostate Cancer and the former Spurs man is urging fans to sign up.
Les said: "Men are getting more health conscious, but there is still plenty of room for more awareness about prostate cancer, which kills a staggering one man every hour.
“I would urge every Brentford fan across the country to enter the competition to show their support for their team, for a chance of winning a VIP experience and to help raise funds to fight the most common cancer in men.
"The more people who back their team, the more money will be raised to help Prostate Cancer UK support men with the disease, provide vital information and find answers by funding research into causes and treatments.”
Visit prostatecanceruk.org/football for more information and for terms and conditions for 'The Road to Wembley' or follow on twitter @ProstateUK #roadtowembley