LFC Foundation will donate the proceeds from the matchday lottery at Sunday's fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Seán Cox appeal.
All of the funds raised at Liverpool’s final Premier League game of the season will go to support Seán via the Seán Cox Rehabilitation Trust.
Seán travelled to Anfield to watch his beloved Reds in last season’s Champions League semi-final and was the victim of an unprovoked attack outside the stadium that night. He suffered life-changing injuries and, 13 months on, is continuing his rehabilitation journey back home in Ireland.
The club, fans and his local community have come together in support of Seán and his family, raising vital funds for his care and sending messages of love and encouragement in his recovery.
Last month, the club hosted a special charity game between LFC Legends and a Republic of Ireland XI at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium in aid of the Seán Cox Rehabilitation Trust.
At the Premier League fixture against Cardiff City last October, the club and fans also joined forces to show their support for Seán as volunteers from LFC and Spirit of Shankly staged a bucket collection at Anfield, which was match-funded by LFC Foundation.
The club and its players are also supporting the appeal privately.
Sunday’s lottery super draw gives Reds fans the chance to win incredible memorabilia, including a Heroes of Istanbul signed shirt and an autographed 2018-19 home jersey.
The LFC Foundation Lottery is drawn at each home game and can be played online in advance by visiting www.liverpoolfc.com/lfcfoundationlottery. Tickets are also available on the day from sellers in and around the ground. Players must be aged 16 or over.
If you would like to donate to the Seán Cox Rehabilitation Fund directly, you can do so by visiting www.gofundme.com/SupportSeanCox.