Trent Alexander-Arnold made a special presentation to the Poppy Appeal at Anfield, handing over the 18 signed Liverpool shirts proudly worn for the game against Fulham on Remembrance Sunday.

The jerseys are now being auctioned online by the Royal British Legion, with all monies raised going to the Poppy Appeal.

Two service men from the RAF, Sergeant John Bullock and Corporal Jeremy Ambrose, received the special shirts alongside Bill Martin, RBL County Secretary for Merseyside and West Lancashire.

All 18 items are now available to bid for on eBay and all funds raised will help the Royal British Legion support today’s generation of armed forces families and veterans, whether living with an injury or illness, coping with bereavement or finding employment.

Alexander-Arnold said: “The team was extremely proud to wear the poppy, to show our respects to the armed forces for the amazing work that they do and the sacrifices they make to serve our country.”

Last year, the special edition poppy shirts worn by the Reds during the Remembrance fixture against Huddersfield Town raised £18,759.21 for the Royal British Legion.

“For the past nine years we have received an incredible amount of support for the Poppy Appeal from the club and their fans and I would like to thank them on behalf of the Royal British Legion,” said Martin.

“This backing is so important and helps us to raise vital funds to enable us to continue delivering essential work to serving members of the armed forces and ex-personnel across the Merseyside region and beyond.

“Last year, the Liverpool FC shirts donated from the Huddersfield Town game raised a massive £18,759.21 for the Poppy Appeal, and it would be fantastic if we can match or, even better, surpass this.”

Click here to bid on the signed LFC poppy jerseys on eBay.