Two local junior supporters who have each faced a battle with cancer enjoyed a special treat this month thanks to Liverpool FC's Red Neighbours programme.
Ahead of this weekend's Merseyside derby, Liverpool FC is encouraging fans to help tackle local food poverty by donating what they can to the foodbank collection point.
Liverpool youngster Ben Woodburn went back to his roots as he paid a special visit to his former school Rainhill High, to present a signed shirt to pupils and staff.
Sixty local school children received a special lesson in food education from an acclaimed chef this week during a two-day cookery course held at Anfield.
Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, have teamed up with the Home Office and True Vision to release a series of informative and engaging resources that raise awareness of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) discrimination within football stadia.
Members of the elderly community in Anfield started their week with a smile as they attended Liverpool FC's 'Happy Mondays' event at Anfield stadium.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge headed down to Florence Melly Primary School on Friday to hand over tickets to local pupils for an upcoming Reds fixture.
A group of local children enjoyed a special day out at Liverpool's game against Burnley on Sunday thanks to the club’s Red Neighbours programme.
The Liverpool FC Academy last week paid special acknowledgement to Stephen Packer, who sadly lost his battle with cancer in November 2012.
Liverpool FC's Red Neighbours team visited a local school on Thursday to join in with their World Book Day activities.