This Sunday a select few members of the Aston Villa Old Stars will be stepping out to face Aston Villa Fans XI. This match was setup to raise money and awareness of the tragic loss of Harry Moseley who sadly lost his long running with an inoperable brain tumour after fighting for his life for so long.
Aston Villa Old Stars are made up of some 1982 European Cup Winners such as Ken McNaught, Gordan Cowans, Tony Morley, Colin Gibson to name just a few, some of which will be in attendance for the match.
The match between Aston Villa Old Stars and a fans XI kicks off at 2.30pm on Sunday at Sutton Coldfield Town football ground in Coles Lane.
All proceeds will go to Cancer Research UK, a cause brave Harry raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for before his death last October.
There are tickets still available to be purchased before the game via John Hanks, Dale Connolly or Shaun Bradnock please see poster for contact details.
Organisers have already sold almost 750 tickets for the match, but spectators can also pay at the gate with doors opening at 1.30pm.
Admission is £4 adults and £1 under-16s.
Following the game there will be a show with live music, while food will be available. To make a donation or order a bracelet, visit www.helpharryhelpothers.com.
For more information about the match, call John Hanks on 07527 326 451 or email [email protected] or follow on twitter @footballharry