- Chelsea stars, legends and celebrity Blue’s fans took part in Hyundai ‘Give Cancer a Kicking’ challenge for this year’s Stand Up To Cancer campaign
- As an Official Partner of Stand Up To Cancer & Global Automotive Partner to Chelsea Football Club, Hyundai hopes that this activity will raise awareness and donations Stand Up To Cancer’s ground-breaking research that will save lives
- Video of the challenge can be viewed here: youtu.be/uw4csEDm0ac
- Hyundai has raised £235,000 for Stand Up To Cancer since 2017 through various activities
The players were joined by club legends Gianfranco Zola, Carlo Cudicini and Katie Chapman and celebrity Blues’ fans as they attempted to hit targets emblazoned with the word ‘CANCER’, attached to drones flying around the club’s Cobham Training Ground.
It’s giving cancer a kicking so it’s great to be here for such an important cause, and to be on the pitch with the players was amazing. Gianfranco is my absolute hero so to spend a bit of time with him was special, and somebody had told him how much of a fan I am so he’s been really sweet to me. He’s still got the skills as well - he hit the targets more than anybody else. All in all, it’s been a fantastic day.