The Reds pair attended the event alongside the Club’s official charity to join in with a coaching session before presenting the participants with signed LFC scarfs.
The Foundation has two Respect 4 All centres, in Anfield and Wirral, which deliver free impairment-specific coaching to young people and adults with complex additional needs.
Reds defender Lovren was delighted to be able to be able to attend the event in Anfield, commenting: “It is an absolute privilege to be able to come down to the coaching session today and participate with those involved.
“To be able to give something back to the community is extremely important and it is an honour that we are in a position to be involved with LFC Foundation events such as this”
Respect 4 All Project Lead, Ryan Moignard, added: "Respect 4 All is a brilliant programme which gives those who previously haven't been involved in sport an opportunity to participate which is really satisfying.
"I am thrilled that we have been able to get two of the first team players down to today’s event as the participants were absolutely delighted to see Marko and Dejan.”
If you are interested in attending one of our ‘Respect 4 All’ sessions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The session details are;
‘Respect 4 All’ Liverpool Wheelchair Football Sessions
Friday’s 6pm – 7pm ages 8 to 16
and 7pm – 8pm ages 17+
Anfield Sports and Community Centre
‘Respect 4 All’ Wirral Wheelchair Football Sessions
Saturday’s 10.30am – 11.30am ages 8 to 16
and 12.30pm – 1.30pm ages 17+
Woodchurch High School Sports Complex