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The history of Liverpool FC recently touchable This is Anfield sign

The history of Liverpool FC recently touchable This is Anfield sign

This is Anfield 🙌🔴 A special moment for the skipper 👌 pic.twitter.com/g74M6o3IVh — Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 12, 2019 Liverpool FC started the 2019/20 Premier League with a successful performance against newcomers Norwich City 4-1 at Anfield, but what was more significant is that the Reds are now allowed to touch the This is Anfield sign before coming on the pitch. The current Liverpool FC boss, Jurgen Klopp, had banned his players from touching the This is Anfield sign in 2016, saying that the players would not touch it until they won something as “a sign of respect.” Now the...

Liverpool FC to support this year’s Pride in Liverpool Festival

Liverpool FC to support this year’s Pride in Liverpool Festival

The Special One Football Club Liverpool FC will support this year’s Pride in Liverpool festival with “a host of activities taking place across the club.” The Reds have reported that they are a proud sponsor of the 2019 festival, in what will be the club’s seventh year supporting Pride, which celebrates the LGBT+ community. Also, this year’s Pride in Liverpool will be delivered by LCR Pride Foundation, a new organisation established this year to extend the message of Pride across the Liverpool City Region and outside the annual Pride festival. These special actions taken by LFC are not new as Liverpool...

2018-19 season success for Liverpool FC Foundation and the Reds in the community

2018-19 season success for Liverpool FC Foundation and the Reds in the community

#LFC's 18-19 season was a success both on and off the pitch, becoming champions of Europe as well as proving its social responsibility by supporting and investing in local communities. 🔴 👏 @LFCFoundation @Red_Neighbours 👏 — Liverpool FC (@LFC) July 12, 2019 Liverpool FC’s 2018-19 season has been strength in numbers on the pitch as the Reds came out as European champions for their sixth time in history. However, some of the other victories of the Special One Football club have been made of the pitch, proving Merseyside club’s social responsibility in local communities. Every year, Liverpool FC’s community work is...