The LFC Foundation’s experienced team delivers over 60 sessions per week. You can find out more about our programmes below and view the latest activity timetable here

Sport & Health

Premier League Kicks

The LFC Foundation delivers over 10 Premier League Kicks sessions every week across Merseyside, engaging with children and young people from 8 to 19 years old.

Premier League 4 Sport

Building on the inspiring events of the London 2012 Olympic Games, Premier League 4 Sport provides young people the opportunity to try their hand at a variety of different sports, right in the heart of their communities.

Premier League Girls Football

The popularity of the female game continues to grow, the LFC Foundation supports girls football by targeting areas where there’s limited access to training and facilities.

Respect 4 All

Respect 4 All is the LFC Foundation’s flagship football programme designed for people with complex and additional needs.

Football Activities & Camps

Various weekly football activities include; Mini Soccer Academy - coaching session for children aged 7 and under, Sports Holiday Camps - multi sports half terms holiday camps at the Anfield Sports & Community Centre

Military Veterans

The LFC Foundation’s Military Veterans programme aims to support male and female veterans in Merseyside back into civilian life by offering football coaching sessions and local tournaments.


Premier League Primary Stars

Through the Primary Stars programme, the LFC Foundation works with local schools to develop skills and ambition of young people aged 5 to 11 years, in both a sports and classroom environment.

Kicks Football +

Building on the successes of the Kicks programme, Kicks Football+ is a new joint initiative between the LFC Foundation and Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service.

LFC Foundation College

The LFC Foundation College provides a unique and innovative learning experience for 16-19 year olds enabling them to gain a variety of qualifications including GCSEs, Foundation Degrees and FA coaching badges.


Premier League Works

This 8 week programme welcomes young people aged 18 to 25 who are not engaged full time in school, college or the workplace.

Premier League Enterprise

The Enterprise programme aims to reduce underachievement and improve educational outcomes to help address the skills gap and prepare young people for the world of work.