LFC Foundation hosted two special events on Thursday to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its inclusion project Respect 4 All.
Liverpool players Rhian Brewster and Alberto Moreno headed to Anfield to join the celebrations, meeting participants and their families and taking part in a Q&A.
The day was split into two events, with children under 15 attending in the afternoon and participants aged 16 to 25 in the evening. Both parties included raffles, games, a disco and awards presentations.
“It’s important that sports are accessible to everyone, no matter what your ability, so it’s great to hear about these projects organised by the LFC Foundation,” said Brewster.
“It was really nice to meet the kids today and see the smiles on their faces when we walked in the room.”
Part-funded by the Premier League and BT Disability Fund, Respect 4 All provides free weekly multi-sports and activity sessions for children and young people with complex and additional needs.
Sessions are run by FA-qualified coaches and take place six days a week in four locations across the Liverpool City Region: Anfield, Aintree, Wirral and Prescot.
For more information, including timetables and contact details, click here.