THE Men United v Prostate Cancer campaign saw comedian Bill Bailey assuming the role of team manager when it was launched in January.
Big names from the world of showbusiness such as Damian Lewis, together with England sporting icons Les Ferdinand have joined the new movement.
At the game on Saturday, Brewers manager Gary Rowett will hand on the mantle to a lucky fan councillor Ron Clarke to lead out the team.
Rowett and AFC Wimbeldon manger Neal Ardley will sport the iconic Man of Men pin badges on the sidelines, and supporters will be able to follow suit and badge up themselves.
There will be added information in the matchday Brewer programme and via Albion’s social media platforms.
The match will also see collections take place around the stand, all in aid of Prostate Cancer UK and Burton Albion Community Trust’s Golden Goal Over 50’s members will be collecting donations.