Take part in a sporting event

Run, walk, swim, cycle or whatever sporting challenge you want


Take on your own Virtual Challenge!

Your Against MS page enables accurate fitness tracking. You can easily connect to Strava and FitBit. You can even upload your activity manually.

Once signed up, or event experts will be in touch to discuss how you can do your challenge safely whilst raising plenty of money for MS. 

Your virtual challenge page enables easy sharing through social media and email taking the hard work away from.

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Organise your own challenge

Let your imagination run wild and make up your own event.

The sky’s the limit!

The more challenging the feat – the bigger the donations you’ll get. Tell your story and share your fundraising page to get sponsored.

If your idea is really out there – you may even want to speak to your local paper or radio station to drum up support!

Organise a Charity Football match 

Charity football matches are becoming one of the most popular events to organise, and we love them!

The size of the match is up to you. You can do 5-a-side with mates, organise a tournament, team up with a club/company, and take over a stadium!

Whatever the size, we have a guide to everything you need to organise your Charity Football Match:

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What Alex did Against MS

“Each year a small team of us dedicate our time to fundraise for good causes. This year we chose to support MSIF because we also want to see a world without MS. My partner was diagnosed with MS recently and like so many affected by this disease we have been through all the ups and downs of diagnosis and then coming to terms with this condition. This year it was personal and every mile counted even more. We are proud to be able to raise some funds for MSIF's critical work in bringing together research, care and patient groups globally to improve lives affected by MS and ultimately reduce its impact”

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