The LFC Foundation and its partners are set to celebrate this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May) with a host of activities for children, young people, and families to enjoy.
The seventh annual Run For The 96 takes place on Saturday 22 May 2021. Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the community legacy event will be a virtual run for the second year. The virtual format allows participants to complete a 5K or 1 mile distance local to them, and also enables runners and football fans across the world to get involved.
The Premier League has issued the following statement ahead of a proposed boycott of social media by its clubs this weekend.
YOU could be a LFC Women’s virtual match day mascot!
The issue of racism and discriminatory behaviour continues to plague the game, and sadly both LFC’s male and female players have been on the receiving end of this abhorrent abuse on many occasions.
Football Welcomes month is a chance to showcase initiatives to encourage and support asylum seekers and refugees – male and female – to settle into their local communities through the power of football.
The LFC Foundation and Right To Play are working Side by Side, using the power of sport and play to transform the lives of vulnerable children at home and away.
SMF Works is providing 16-25 years olds who live in the Liverpool City Region, a chance to be part of a free 10 week employability programme.
The Reds official charity, the LFC Foundation, will launch its new Player Development Programme (PDP) today, which aims to deliver a unique football development offer for boys and girls ages seven to fourteen of all skills and abilities.
Coordinate Sport is pleased to present Matt Parish, CEO of Liverpool FC Foundation on the latest edition of The Drive Phase podcast. Host, James Moore will be chatting to Matt Parish about his 30-year career in football foundations across England and his current role at Liverpool.
LFC Foundation is teaming up with the NSPCC to help improve the lives of children across the city region – forming the first official partnership of its kind between the children’s charity and a Premier League club foundation.
Liverpool Football Club remembers the 96 supporters who died at Hillsborough, on the 32nd anniversary of the disaster.