The charity weekend needs your support on the weekend of what would have been Ross' 18th birthday...
Coventry City supporters are being urged to support the charity weekend in memory of Ross Emslie.
Ross passed away in October 2013 after a battle with leukemia at the age of 15 and spent a time with the City squad at Ryton training ground during his illness.
Ross also travelled with the City squad to Port Vale on the team coach and had a charity game played in his honour at the Ricoh Arena, in which former Sky Blues captain Carl Baker managed a team which raised over £25,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The family have another great event planned to help raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, University Hospital and Coventry & Warwickshire Adolescent Ward at Coventry Saracens Junior Football Club.
On Saturday, April 23rd, there will be a children's 7-a-side tournament followed by an adult's 7-a-side tournament on Sunday, April 24th and both days include a BBQ, hot food, Bouncy Castles, a DJ and drinks at the bar.
There will also be a prize raffle with some fantastic football prizes, with some worth over £200, and there still looking for more donations to help raise money.
If you donate any items for the raffle or want any extra information, call Lee Thomas on 07555113749.