A recovering gambling addict from Manchester is leading a campaign urging football clubs to be more aware of the dangers of problem gambling.
James Grimes, who's 28 and hasn't gambled for almost a year, wants clubs to review their relationship with gambling sponsors.
He's leading a group of walkers in the Big Step Challenge, which has set off from the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, taking in eight other clubs who have gambling sponsors on their shirts and finishing at Old Trafford.
On Monday the group arrive at Bolton Wanderers stadium and plan to talk to officials about what clubs can do to help fans who are at risk of developing major gambling problems.
There are 340,000 adult gambling addicts in the UK, with a further 55,000 aged 11-16, and 2 million more "at risk"
Research indicates that gambling addicts are 15 times more likely to take their own lives.
The group aim to raise money for Gambling with Lives which was set up by families and friends of young men who had taken their lives as a result of gambling.
TheBig Step Challenge aims to raise awareness of the dangers of problem gambling, particularly for young people and football fans