FOOTBALL fans in Bradford, today is the day to show you team’s colours and all for a good cause.

Football Shirt Friday is held today with fans urged to don their favourite jersey, share a selfie, and donate £5 to charity to raise awareness of the fight against bowel cancer.

The fundraiser is held in partnership between the Bobby Moore Fund and Cancer Research UK, Football Shirt Friday is now into its eighth year.

English football's greatest ever captain, Bobby Moore tragically died aged just 51 from bowel cancer. It wasn't his first brush with the awful disease, having surgery for testicular cancer just two years before he captained England to World Cup glory in 1966.

Bradford City have also got in on the act, promoting the event.

So send us your pictures of you wearing your team’s colours. You could be a Bantams fan, or maybe a Leeds United fan.

I have kicked it off by wearing my favourite team’s colours, of Premier League titans Aston Villa!

Businesses across the district are being urged to get involved with the campaign, and with so many people currently working from home it's easier than ever to dig your favourite team's strip out of the wardrobe to raise money for the worthy cause.

Current England captain Harry Kane is backing the campaign.

Donations can be made by visiting, and you can share your shirt selfies on social media with the hashtag #FootballShirtFriday.