THE boys at BITS Football club are sporting pretty pink boots this week in the hope of kicking some goals for breast cancer.
Matt Bywaters from the first grade team came up with the idea when his girlfriend's mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Teammate Lucas Hall is also right behind the idea.
"When I asked the boys who's willing to wear pink boots, there was a good response," Hall said.
"They were all for it."
The first grade and reserve teams will designate three to five players per match to wear the pink boots.
"It goes by whoever steps up first," Hall said.
Every player in the pink boots who kicks a goal will raise proceeds towards breast cancer through sponsorship.
It all starts April 21 at their first home game for the season and the boys are currently chasing sponsorship.
"We just want to start something, get some support and see where we go," Hall said.
If all goes to plan there is hope of making it a tradition in the BITS football club.
"This year is breast cancer, next year it might be prostate cancer or Beyond Blue or anything," Hall said.