Ahead of Tuesday’s game against Lincoln City, supporters can watch six Charlton favourites take on the Fear Pong challenge to raise money for the club’s annual PSA testing.
Bob Bolder, Charlotte Richardson, Kevin Lisbie, Scott Minto, Steve Brown and Tracey Leaburn will be taking part in the activity which will see them face a forfeit if they are on the wrong end of the Fear Pong.
The activity will take place in the Family Activity Zone at 5.15pm on Tuesday.
The PSA test is a blood test that measures the amount of prostate specific antigen (PSA) in your blood to help diagnose prostate problems - including prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer is now the third most common cancer in the UK. Early diagnosis is crucial but symptoms do not usually appear until the prostate is large enough to affect the urethra.
The initiative was started and has been driven by the men’s first-team’s Head of Player Care Tracey Leaburn, who lost her father to prostate cancer.
PSA testing will take place from 12-3pm at The Valley on the day of the Portsmouth game. A minimum £15 donation is requested. Click here to book your test now.