It was another busy day filled with community activities at Anfield today, as the Red Neighbours and LFC Foundation teams provided a host of special experiences for local fans.
Youngsters from Alder Hey, the Owen McVeigh Foundation, CHICS cancer charity and LFC Foundation’s 'Respect 4 All' disability programme were invited to watch the Reds’ 4-0 win over Arsenal from executive boxes in the Main Stand, where they also got to meet former Liverpool player Phil Babb.
Students from Alsop High School - one of the schools who benefit from the the Red Neighbours free ticket initiative - had a special surprise when CEO Peter Moore hand-delivered their match tickets outside the stadium.
The Alsop pupils were also invited to greet the first-team squad as they arrived at Anfield, before watching a resounding home victory from the Main Stand.
Two other schools - Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School and Florence Melly Community Primary School - also enjoyed watching the team’s thrilling win as part of the free ticket initiative for today’s game.
View a selection of images from a memorable afternoon below...