A world record holder is challenging himself to break another – by walking from London to Manchester while doing kick-ups.
World champion Dan Magness will be raising money for a children’s charity as he walks 200 miles for ten days juggling a football using only his head, body and feet.
Dan started his challenge yesterday and will finish at Manchester United’s Old Trafford.
Dan said: "This is without a doubt the craziest, most exciting and most challenging thing I have ever done.
"I'm hoping that my challenge raises loads of money for Unicef's vital work saving children's lives, and inspires other people to take up a Keep It Up For Soccer Aid challenge."
To break the record Dan needs to travel a minimum of 186 miles with the ball and is estimated to take more than 400,000 steps.
He will travel through St Albans, Milton Keynes, Daventry, Coventry, Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Macclesfield.
He currently holds the Guinness World Record for the longest time juggling a football without dropping it, 26 hours, and the longest distance travelled juggling a football non-stop, 30 miles.
Keep It Up For Soccer Aid was launched by pop star and Unicef ambassador Robbie Williams in 2010 and encourages the public to keep something up to raise money.
To sponsor Dan visit www.unicef.org.uk/support-dan