Addicks striker Lyle Taylor has gone pink for October to raise money and awareness for Cancer Research UK.
The Charlton family has come together this month to raise more than £17,500 for the charity and there are still a few options left to support the cause as #LylesPinkOctober shirts go on-sale.
- The club’s cleaning partner Pacific, donated 50 #LylesPinkOctober t-shirts to the campaign. The t-shirts are available in various sizes on eBay for £20 per shirt. All funds from the sale of the shirt go to Lyle’s Pink October campaign. Click here on the links to purchase before they sell out: Size 2XL, Size XL, Size L, Size M, Size S
- The club’s kit supplier, hummel, have designed a limited edition shirt to support the campaign. The shirt includes a front of shirt sponsorship from Digital Fusion, who have donated £1,500 to the campaign. Only 22 of these kits were made and 15 of them, signed by Lyle, are available to purchase on eBay at £100 per shirt. All funds from the sale of the shirt go to Lyle’s Pink October campaign. These shirts have now sold out raising £1,500 for the campaign.
Fans who miss out on the shirts will still be able to support the campaign and can purchase pink wristbands, Lyle Taylor photocards and #LylesPinkOctober mugs in the club shop ahead of Sunday's Kids For A Quid game against Preston North End at The Valley, with a percentage of funds from the sales going to Lyle’s campaign.
Lyle said: “I’d like to thank the whole Charlton family for their support so far. To see so much pink at The Valley last weekend was overwhelming.”