Alder Hey Children's Hospital and The Children's Hospital in Sheffield will be the beneficiaries of a charity run which has been organised in memory of the 96 people who lost their lives at Hillsborough.
The Hillsborough to Anfield Run was first held earlier this year and raised £15,000 on behalf of the Hillsborough Family Support Group and Hillsborough Justice Campaign.
For this edition, which will take place between April 4 and April 6 next year, all funds will be donated to the children's hospitals in Liverpool and Sheffield respectively.
The run has been extended by 20 miles, with 32 miles completed each day for a fitting total of 96 miles, and will begin at Hillsborough before ending on the pitch at Anfield.
Andrew Parkinson, Liverpool FC Operations Director, said: "Liverpool Football Club is delighted to support this year's Hillsborough to Anfield Run to help raise money for the children's hospitals here in Liverpool and in Sheffield."
Chris Done, Head of Fundraising and PR at Alder Hey said: "We are delighted to be one of the beneficiaries of this unique event which is recognising the tragic events of 1989, joining the two stadia of Anfield and Hillsborough and raising money for two of the UK's four stand-alone children's hospitals - Alder Hey and Sheffield."