This Sunday, Liverpool FC's main partner, Standard Chartered, will once again swap its logo on the front of the team's shirts for charity.
For the Premier League clash with Leicester City at Anfield the Reds’ jerseys will feature ‘Futuremakers by Standard Chartered’.
Futuremakers is the bank’s charity aiming to help disadvantaged young people around the world to get back into education, training or employment.
These limited-edition Liverpool shirts will be signed by the players after the game and then put up for auction from Monday November 23. Every dollar raised is matched by Standard Chartered.
Plus, from today until Sunday November 22, Standard Chartered is giving away one of the jerseys for free – visit the competition page now for more details on how to enter.
This will be the ninth occasion Standard Chartered has swapped the logo on the Reds’ shirts for charity, with last year’s initiative raising US$102,000 for Futuremakers.
Futuremakers by Standard Chartered
Futuremakers by Standard Chartered is the bank’s global initiative to tackle inequality and promote greater economic inclusion in its markets.
Standard Chartered believes everyone deserves the opportunity to realise their potential. Yet around the world more than 200 million young people are out of work or live in low-income poverty.
LFC’s main partner aims to raise US$75 million by 2023 to empower the next generation to learn, earn and grow. US$25 million of this will be dedicated to helping young people adversely affected by COVID-19.
For more information, visit the Futuremakers by Standard Chartered website.