Liverpool FC has welcomed a new global partner, Kodansha, to the club as its official Publication Partner.
Another successful and busy half term delivering face to face sessions across Merseyside!
As Liverpool FC becomes one year older, the club has teamed up with partner Joie to help celebrate its birthday and welcome Reds fans of the future.
The Minister for Employment, MP Mims Davies, paid a visit to Anfield Stadium to meet with a group of young people who are part of the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.
LFC Foundation and the club’s kit partner, Nike, have teamed up to launch Game On – a new collaborative programme to help more local youngsters’ access and benefit from a range of sports in their local area as well as providing coaching opportunities through a new coaching academy.
A cash jackpot and a signed Jürgen Klopp home shirt are up for grabs in Sunday's LFC Lotto Draw.
In support of Mental Health Awareness Week, the Premier League wanted to highlight positive wellbeing activities, stories and resources to raise awareness of mental health and to support fans with information that can benefit them. The Premier League heard about Grace, a secondary school pupil, inspired by The Foundation's Mental Health Team to do more about mental health in her school.
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.
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.