As the official charity of Liverpool Football Club, we are uniquely positioned to use the Liverpool FC crest to engage children, young people and their communities, especially those who are hardest to reach.

The LFC Foundation’s Community Delivery Unit are based at the Anfield Sports and Community Centre (ASCC), a mile from Anfield Stadium.

Our team of Project Leads and Coaches deliver a packed daily schedule that includes; sports participation, educational workshops, social inclusion sessions and classroom activities…to name a few!

Below, you can find out more about each project and how you can get involved!

Communities - Inspiring lives together

Open Goals

Open Goals is a multi-sport and physical activity project designed to support families to be more active together! You will find our FREE Open Goals sessions in parks around the city every Saturday and Sunday!

Premier League Kicks Football

Kicks is the Premier League’s flagship community programme which uses the power of football and sport to inspire young people in some of the most high-need areas in England and Wales.

Premier League 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.



Volunteering for the LFC Foundation is available for anyone across the Liverpool City Region who is passionate about implementing our mission of creating life changing opportunities for children and young people and willing to represent the LFC Foundation’s value of ambition, dignity, commitment and unity.

Skills - Achieving success in life

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.

Premier League Works

Premier League Works uses the power of football clubs and the Premier League to engage young people who are not involved in education, training or employment.

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.

Premier League Primary Stars School Tournaments

Our PL Primary Stars Tournaments are a fantastic opportunity for your school to play in a competitive sports tournament! Open to Year 5 and 6 pupils, your school can bring a squad total of 8 children to each Tournament to play in the 6-a-side games!

IntoUniversity North Liverpool

The IntoUniversity North Liverpool centre in Anfield is a new education project run by national education charity IntoUniversity in partnership with the University of Liverpool and LFC Foundation.

Leadership through Sport & Business

Leadership through Sport & Business is a national social mobility charity and a delivery partner of the LFC Foundation. They prepare and support bright young people who face disadvantages into secure, sustainable, high-quality careers in accounting, business and finance.

Wellbeing - Living healthy & happy

Respect 4 All - Premier League & BT Disability

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

Premier League Kicks Multi Sports

Our new Kicks Multi Sports provides children and young people the opportunity to try their hand at a variety of different sports, right in the heart of their communities. 

Health Goals Malawi | LSTM

LFC Foundation and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) proudly presented their ambitions for the in-country phase of their 'Health Goals Malawi' project.

Premier League Girls Football

Premier League Girls Football creates opportunities for young women to engage in football and raises awareness of the female game within the community.

Military Veterans

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

Football Sessions

Weekly football activities including Mini Soccer Academy, Holiday Camps and tournaments. These are a great way for participants to develop their footballing skills whilst promoting team working and respect.

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Holiday Camps

Open to both girls and boys ages 4 - 14, youngsters can expect a series of multi-sports activities in the camps including; football, dodgeball, cricket, handball, glow-in-the-dark sports and teamwork games!


Mini Kicks

The LFC Foundation's Mini Soccer Academy is a specifically designed coaching session for the game's very youngest players; ideal for those aged 7 and under.


The LFC Foundation’s specialist coaching project for Cystic Fibrosis patients, helping to encourage young CF patient’s physical activity levels, to improve lung function and quality of life.