NewsMemorabilia from Jürgen Klopp's farewell season up for auction to raise funds for LFC Foundation

By Liverpool FC


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Liverpool supporters can now bid on match-worn and signed items from Jürgen Klopp's final campaign as Reds manager, with funds raised supporting LFC Foundation.

Klopp has been a proud ambassador of LFC Foundation for a number of years and earlier this season praised its work.

"All of the people who work for our Foundation do an incredible job," he said. "I love them all, because the things they are doing are just incredible."

You can now get your hands on signed items worn by Klopp during his final campaign at the club, including a signed cap and a signed pair of trainers.

There are also a range of other items up for grabs, including signed player-worn warm-up shirts from the likes of Mohamed Salah, Dominik Szoboszlai and captain Virgil van Dijk.

The auction here runs from 2pm BST on Saturday May 25 until 2pm BST on Saturday June 1.

All funds raised through the auction will go towards the life-changing work of LFC Foundation, the club's official charity.

Last season alone, LFC Foundation supported almost 123,000 individuals, with almost two-thirds of those living in the top 20 per cent most-deprived areas of the country.

In that time, it also contributed £5 million into the local economy and delivered more than £32 million in health benefits.

While sport and improving physical health are at the heart of what LFC Foundation does, its work covers so much more, with 60 per cent of its staff involved in non-sport-specific programmes.

LFC Foundation delivers a variety of programmes and continues to develop and support projects to tackle a range of social issues, including poor educational outcomes, youth unemployment and young people becoming involved in gangs and crime.



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