Steven Gerrard's leadership skills on the pitch were well known, but the latest instalment in a special Standard Chartered video series puts the spotlight on his inspirational influence away from football.
To celebrate Liverpool FC’s 125th anniversary year, the club’s main sponsor is taking supporters on a season-long journey exploring significant numbers in Reds history.
The No.8 – worn with such distinction by Gerrard during his time at Anfield – was the first to feature, focusing on the role and responsibilities of a skipper.
And now, in a follow-up video, we learn how the former midfielder’s character and values extend beyond the game to the local community and the people he meets.
In it, Rob Fearns of the Charlie’s Chance Foundation catches up with Gerrard to explain first-hand how the Liverpool icon made a life-changing difference to his family and inspired him to do the same for others.