Staff at the Worksop branch of the Nottingham Building Society, and their sponsored club Yates United FC, are holding a charity match in aid of a local Olympic hopeful this Sunday.
The match, and barbecue, will raise funds for Worksop archer Rob Gray, who has high hopes of representing Team GB in Rio in 2016.
Kick-off is at 11am on Sunday, at the pitch behind the Three Legged Stool on Raymoth Lane.
Both teams are kick starting the fundraising by generously donating their time and a £5 donation to play on the day.
During the match children’s face painting by Lorna’s Funky Faces will be available, and afterwards Yates’, at Victoria Square, will host a barbecue and fun day from 1.30pm.
Manfredi’s Ice Cream will be available throughout the afternoon and J&N Entertainment will be providing children’s entertainment from 2pm.
There will also be competitions with prizes for kids as well as Spot the Ball and a quiz with prizes for adults.
The aim is to raise money to help Gray achieve his dream of competing in Rio, through a charity called SportsAid.
It helps the stars of tomorrow by providing funding and recognition during the defining early years of their careers.
A spokesperson for The Nottingham Building Society said: “We’re delighted to be involved with this initiative and we’re sponsoring 25 athletes, involved in a variety of sports.”