MAN v FAT has teamed up with Public Health England to inspire and support men across the country to lose weight and live healthier lives through MAN v FAT CHALLENGE


JANUARY EXCLUSIVE BETTER HEALTH SIGN-UP OFFER: The first 200 men that sign up to Challenge in January 2021 will pay just 50p for a whole 12 week season of MAN v FAT Challenge!

This will help you save on both your registration fee (usually £9.99) and your monthly subscription (usually £23.00 a month).

MAN v FAT CHALLENGE is our online weight loss platform for men with a BMI of 25+. Make weight loss a team game with weekly fitness and nutrition challenges.

Click below to sign up, and make sure to use the code BETTERHEALTH2021 when registering to benefit from this offer.

*Offer available to new registrants only, not available to current MAN v FAT Football or Challenge members.

Registration for the first 200 men will be 50p and a free 12 week season. After that first season, you will default to a £23.00 per month subscription unless you let us know you are leaving.

Registrations after the first 200 men in January will be 50p, down from £9.99, and you will also receive your first month half price. You will then pay a monthly £23.00 fee to access your dashboard.


If you want to lose weight and get healthier, we’re here for you every step of the way. 



Weigh in remotely online. Score points for your weight loss and get support from your dedicated coach.


Lose weight and improve your health, and achieve bonuses for weight loss milestones.


Take on other teams in weekly challenges, and earn bonus points for the best entries.


Top the table to nab real prizes. Team don’t win the league? You still lose weight. Result.

Why focus on getting healthier now?

Over two-thirds (67%) of men in the UK are overweight or obese.

Extra weight can make it harder for us to fight against diseases like cancer, heart disease and COVID-19.

People living with obesity are twice as likely to be hospitalised with COVID-19 and more likely to be admitted to intensive care, require advanced treatment and potentially have poorer outcomes.

To be a healthy weight, you should aim to have a BMI below 25 and above 18.5.

What our players say

MAN v FAT has given me motivation. I now get up every day with the determination to do myself proud.

Dan Church, who lost 10 stone

The competition from the guys in my league at MAN v FAT Challenge has definitely kept me on track – it spurs me on when I’m struggling, and I've never had that before.

Dean Bax, who lost 9 stone

The weight loss has made the world of difference! I feel so much fitter, and exercising is easier, and more enjoyable by the day

Deke Hardman, who lost 3st 10lbs