BBC Children in Need recently visited Merseyside to film with Liverpool FC stars ahead of the live appeal show on Friday.
Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Lucas Leiva visited Anfield Juniors to take part in some mini fundraising activities, including egg and spoon races and football skills sessions, all of which were filmed for the show.
The activities saw the players leading their own teams and competing against each other, with Lucas' line-up coming top across the different activities.
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Cheered on by LFC's official mascot, Mighty Red, as well as Pudsey Bear, the players and kids had a fun-filled afternoon that will be available for viewers to watch on Friday's show.
The 20 kids who took part in the filming were all students from Anfield Juniors in Liverpool, which is a partner school of the Liverpool FC Foundation, the club's official charity.
As part of the on-going partnership, the school is involved in a new Foundation project called On the Ball, which aims to use the power of the LFC badge to positively impact on attendance, aspiration, attainment, health, wellbeing and confidence.
Captain Steven Gerrard commented on the day: "BBC Children in Need is a fantastic charity and it's great to come out and support the work that they do.
"Kids from up and down the country have been coming together to raise money for Children in Need, and we wanted to come along and say thank-you."
Viewers can watch the Liverpool FC stars on the Children in Need live appeal show on BBC One, Friday, November 15, from 7.30pm GMT.