Liverpool FC is proud to be supporting Liverpool Pride again this year, and to mark the celebrations the club is lighting up Anfield's famous Kop in the colours of the LGBTQ+ rainbow flag.
LFC Foundation's Premier League (PL) Kicks programme has begun a new range of multi-sports activities for local youngsters.
Liverpool Football Club has invited 5,000 local residents to a VIP family fun day at Anfield Stadium on Saturday August 4.
The Liverpool FC Academy played host to LFC Foundation’s Premier League Primary Stars (PLPS) football finals last week.
More than 100 local schoolchildren and staff took part in a special Red Neighbours event at Anfield to select the Premier League home games they will attend for free during the 2018-19 season.
Today Liverpool FC launched its latest range of ‘47 headwear with a photoshoot with a difference.
Check out a schedule of local community events planned by the LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours teams in the coming week.
The LFC Foundation is celebrating double success after its boys and girls teams both triumphed at this year's Cruyff Court six-a-side tournament.
LFC Foundation and Liverpool County FA hosted a football tournament last weekend to raise awareness of LGBTQ+ issues and promote health and wellbeing in the community in the build-up to Liverpool Pride.
On Thursday July 6, LFC’s Red Neighbours team was joined by employee volunteers and Margaret Aspinall, chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group, to visit patients at the Royal Liverpool Hospital.