Football Community Heart Screening

Tobi Alabi collapses again and will have pacemaker fitted



Tobi Alabi

The Heart4More Foundation can confirm that founder Tobi Alabi is currently hospitalised following a collapse on Sunday morning and cardiologists at St Thomas’ Hospital have advised a pacemaker to be fitted.

Tobi initially had a heart monitor implanted in his chest on his 20th birthday following his collapse on October 15, 2013 for Metropolitan Police against Molesey in a friendly.

The heart monitor’s reading showed that Tobi’s heart stopped for a total of 17 seconds over a 60 second period.

Tobi collapsed Sunday morning and was rushed to Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford by his family and was subsequently transferred to St Thomas’ in Westminster on Monday morning.

He has since been admitted and will remain in hospital until a pacemaker is fitted, which could be next week at the earliest.

Tobi would like to place on record his thanks to those who have wished him well and a speedy recovery.

“Id like to thank you all for your continued support in what has been a very difficult time for me, but as you all know I remain positive.

“God is watching over me and by His grace the operation will be successful. Keep me in your prayers and most importantly stay tuned because Heart4More have got a lot in the pipeline in the coming months.”

The Heart4More Foundation have released this news to remind supporters of the Foundation as well as the football community how serious the issue of heart conditions is.

This further incident has reinforced our belief that a change in the game is necessary but also the general public must also take note to get themselves screened to avoid fatalities happening.

Please remember that 12 young people, aged 14-35, die every week in the UK due to an undiagnosed heart condition.

One Family, Many Hearts
Get Screened. Be Safe. Not Sorry



Guys, apologies for the delay in you recieving your wristbands, rewards etc. We have had issues with our manufactorer who are producing the wristbands and in order for us to keep costs to a minimal we are sending everything out at once. We now have confirmation that the wristbands will be with us as of next week meaning that we will be ready to send out the necessary packages to you.

To do this we need your home address, so can you please provide us with these contact details by replying to this update. Or emailing us direct at : 

If we do not recieve an address to send the packs to you will not recieve your deserved reward.

Thanks again for your continued support.

Kind Regards,

Tobi Aabi


Point of Contact


All adresses are needed by friday 11th April at the latest in order for us to proptly get your'e necessary packs out to you. 


Point of Contact


Hi guys, 

Could you please provide us with your home address, in order for us to fulfil our promise to you regarding your personal thank you letter. Also, any reward you may be entitled to.

You can reply with your address to




With just one week to go the Heart4More Foundation is on target to reach our £7,000 with just over £4,500 currently pledged!!

But we need that final push to make it happen!! Don't forget to share Tobi's story and this page to friends and family to get involved!!

Don't forget you can get REWARDED for donations if you wish!! Or donate as little as £1 to potentially save a life!

In case you missed Tobi's interview in THE GUARDIAN newspaper this week, read his exclusive national piece online now:


25% target achieved!


The Heart4More Foundation is delighted to announce that we have already hit 25% of our £7,000 target with currently under £2,000 raised!

We would like to thank everyone who has pledged to date and remain positive that we will not only hit our target but surpass it to allow us to achieve our goal of screening 100 young people before a football match!

Don't forget to you can continue to help us by sharing this page and encouraging others to pledge! Don't forget to mention the rewards that are on offer for whichever amount they choose to donate! #LetsChangeTheGame

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