Football fans raised thousands of pounds for a cancer charity by riding from London to Amsterdam.

Cycle on you Spurs, a team created by the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust, raised over £75,000 for Prostate Cancer UK during the trip – which they have been doing for the last three years.

Club ambassador Ledley King joined members of the team to present a cheque to the charity on September 5.

Mr King said: “The club is really proud of the achievements of our cyclists and we would like to congratulate them on their fundraising efforts.

“It’s important that both the fans and Club support causes such as these and help raise awareness of the disease.

“I would like to wish the team the best of luck in their training and fundraising for the 2019 ride.”

The team took part in the annual ‘Football to Amsterdam’ cycle ride.

The ride involves fans from all over London like the Tottenham Hotspur supporters cycling 145 miles from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to Ajax Amsterdam ArenA to raise money for charity.

‘Cycle On You Spurs’ will once again take part in 2019, which is taking place from June 7 to June 9.

Registration for the event is now open and places are still available on the Spurs team.