Liverpool FC is supporting 'Earth Hour' at 8.30pm GMT on Saturday, March 29, 2014, when all club sites will switch off their lights and minimise electricity usage for one hour.

'Earth Hour' is the world's biggest celebration for our planet, when hundreds of millions of people from across the world will join together in a symbolic and spectacular lights-out display.

Andrew Parkinson, operations director at Liverpool, said: "Our commitment to 'Earth Hour' is part of the club's 'Reds going Green' initiative, which was launched in 2012 to help the club reduce our energy and carbon footprint.

"So far we have achieved some fantastic results and we have set even more challenging targets for the year ahead.

"This is the third year that we have participated in 'Earth Hour', which for the club isn't just about saving energy for an hour, it's about going beyond this with a long-term commitment to save resources, protect the climate and work towards building a sustainable future."

LFC is also encouraging its fans to save power during 'Earth Hour' by switching off lights, televisions and computers at home for one hour, starting at 8.30pm on Saturday.

To learn more about 'Earth Hour', please click here.