The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK is urging all West Ham United supporters to enjoy a 'World Cup Feast' next month.
The club's partner charity has teamed up with Woman & Home magazine to promote the fund-raising scheme, which will provide vital money for research into the causes of bowel cancer - the disease which took the life of England's 1966 FIFA World Cup-winning captain and Hammers legend Moore in February 1993.
The Fund want fans to get together for a special 'Feast' at any time during the forthcoming tournament in South Africa, where as many as seven West Ham stars could be on show.
To help supporters to plan their meal, Woman & Home magazine has posted a huge range of mouth-watering recipes and drinks suggestions on its website here. - www.womanandhome.com/world-cup-feasts/
Organisers can invite guests to donate to the charity to show appreciation for their feast. Donations can be made online at the Bobby Moore Fund's official Justgiving page.
All the money donated will help fund research work to better prevent, diagnose and treat bowel cancer, helping to save thousands of lives every year.
So if you want to embrace World Cup fever, but do something for a good cause at the same time, this is the perfect event for all Hammers fans.
Start planning your World Cup Feast right now!