Love football? Hate being fat?
Join Man V Fat Football and kick fat into touch.
Officially endorsed by the Football Association
- Designed exclusively for overweight men of any fitness level
- Join on your own or with mates and see how 95% of our players lose weight
- Expert 24/7 support provided to motivate, inform and inspire you
- Register as a player from just £9.99 and pay just £6 per week (paid in monthly installments)
Get All of the Action
Man v Fat The Weight Loss Manual (£12.99 RRP)
Per week, paid monthly
(£25 per month)
Beat Fat, Get Fit, Love Football and Have A Laugh
What people say
When life had hit rock bottom, my weight was stopping me from doing so much, MAN v FAT Football was the hand that pulled me up and guided me back to health and happiness.
I knew I needed to do something about my weight, MAN v FAT Football is what gave me the tools to do it and made me put the plan into action and turn my life around.
MAN v FAT Football has to be the best thing since sliced (brown) bread! It changed my life within a matter of weeks, after losing 3 stone and approximately 4 inches from my waist (and still going), I have to say it is the most motivational way of dieting I have ever experienced.
I’ve been fat for a decade. I could not find the willpower to stick to healthy eating, and exercise was boring. Football however is my first love, and losing weight and enjoying playing just motivated me to keep going. MAN v FAT Football has changed my life.
Your questions answered
It costs £9.99 to register as a player, or £14.99 with a copy of the five star rated The MAN v FAT Weight Loss Manual (RRP £12.99). You then sign up to a league and pay £25 per month.
If you are joining a free league then you pay nothing to register or play - your costs have already been covered by a funder, most often your local authority or a national funding body such as Sport England. Sometimes the funder asks us to take a deposit for players to ensure that they turn up - if this is the case then this deposit will be refunded providing you attend (which seems fair!)
The cost to your health of not signing up is potentially tragic.