The LFC Foundation's Open Goals project has been a massive hit with locals since its launch in May, with the team of coaches and volunteers providing free, fun and inclusive sports activities for children and their families alike.
To celebrate National Volunteers Week we'd like to introduce Brett Duffy, a 20 year old Football and Science student from Liverpool John Moores University. We managed to grab 10 minutes in Brett's very busy schedule to have a chat about his experiences as a LFC Foundation volunteer.
To celebrate National Volunteers Week, two LFC Foundation volunteers were presented with special certificates from Peter Moore, CEO of Liverpool Football Club and Vice-Chair of the LFC Foundation.
Youngsters from across the north west headed to Anfield Sports and Community Centre (ASCC) last week for a special tournament hosted by LFC Foundation's Premier League Kicks programme.
Next Monday 28th May, the LFC Foundation team will host a week of Half Term activities for children and families across Liverpool.
This weekend (26th / 27th May) there will be changes to our usual Open Goals Activities Timetable.
The LFC Foundation has job opportunities for Community Coaches with their newest project, Open Goals. Open Goals is a new multi-sports and physical activity programme designed to support families to be more active together, taking place every weekend in parks across Liverpool.
Meet Adam (19) and Charlie (20), two gifted young men from Liverpool who both aspire for highly successful careers in the world of business and finance. Sandwiched between them, is Liverpool FC Champions League Semi-finalist / goal-scoring hero, Gini Wijnaldum!
Today, Liverpool FC legends, Robbie Fowler and Alan Kennedy, joined the Club’s CEO Peter Moore to take part in the Run for the 96 5k at Stanley Park.
Teenager went from a player to qualified coach with the LFC Foundation and PL Girls football programme
The third annual LFC Foundation Day was hosted at Anfield last Saturday afternoon, as Stoke City visited Anfield for Red’s the latest and penultimate Premier League Home Fixture of the season.
Participants from the LFC Foundation joined club legend Steven Gerrard, Leon Osman and participants from Everton in the Community in a competitive game of blind football at Anfield Sports and Community Centre.