Liverpool FC is giving 15 lucky fans the chance to have their image featured on a seat next to the dugout at Anfield, while games continue to be played behind closed doors.
The Reds’ official charity, LFC Foundation, is offering supporters the opportunity to win a cutout of themselves to be placed in a seat at Anfield during home matches.
There are 15 places up for grabs next to the dugout area, with the personalised cutouts set to appear in seats at the clash with West Bromwich Albion scheduled for Boxing Day.
To take advantage of this unique opportunity, fans must enter the special raffle, which is £5 per entry and is open to all fans aged 18 or older worldwide*.
All proceeds from the competition will go to supporting LFC Foundation and its ongoing initiatives to support the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To enter the raffle and be in with a chance of winning, please visit liverpoolfc.com/cutout.
Matt Parish, director of LFC Foundation, said: “This fun competition provides fans with a unique opportunity to have their image featured at Anfield whilst fixtures remain behind closed doors and at the same time helping to raise funds for the LFC Foundation.
“100 per cent of the funds raised will be used to support our LFC Foundation programmes. Like many charities, COVID has had an impact on our fundraising and we hope the dugout competition can raise much-needed funds to help the children, young people and families we work with in our three key impact areas: wellbeing, skills and communities.”
*Exclusions: Burma/Myanmar, Cuba, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Quebec, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Yemen and all African nations with the exception of South Africa.