NewsOfficial LFC Supporters Clubs network gathers at Anfield
Anfield recently hosted a black-tie event to bring together the Official LFC Supporters Clubs (OLSCs) network.
Around 480 guests from 80 OLSCs attended the occasion on May 5, which took place in the Carlsberg Dugout at Anfield.
The event, which aims to show the club's commitment towards the OLSC network around the world, was held for a second year in a row following its return in 2022 after a three-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reds legend Luis Garcia, Liverpool FC Women manager Matt Beard and player Taylor Hinds were in attendance to meet supporters, hold a Q&A and sign autographs.
A raffle was also held to show the OLSCs' support for LFC Foundation and matched last year's record-breaking total of £6,500 for the charity.
Drew Crisp, senior vice-president of digital at LFC, said: "It's a celebration – but it's a celebration of all of our supporters clubs from around the world and it's to say thank you to them for everything they do for the club."
Garcia added: "Everywhere we go we have an amazing welcome. They try to show us the love that they have for the team, for the club and for the players and that's all the love that we see."
LFC Foundation CEO Matt Parish said: "I think it's one of the unique points throughout this unbelievable club. It doesn't matter if you're from Boston or Bootle, if you're a Liverpool fan you're still part of the LFC family."