Home players shirt
Manufacturer: New Balance
Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, P T Garuda Indonesia
Years worn: 2015
In this home shirt (printed Global Goals) Liverpool played in home Premier League
match versus Aston Villa, 3-2, 26.09.2015, at Anfield.
In left - 2015-16 Premier League Home player
shirt short sleeve № 15 Daniel Sturridge (printed Global Goals, worn) -
image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum www.liverpoolkits.com
Liverpool played in this design home shirt in only one home Premier League match
versus Aston Villa (26.09.2015).
1st image, Company logo in home shirt. 2nd image,
printed on home shirt logo "Global Goals".
LFC and Standard Chartered team up for Global Goals
03rd Sep 2015
Liverpool FC and Standard Chartered are teaming up for The Global Goals campaign,
to help end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice and tackle climate change by
On September 25, 2015, at the United Nations in New York, 193 world leaders will
adopt a series of 17 ambitious targets for sustainable development. The ambition of the
Global Goals campaign is to make the goals famous, with the aim of telling seven billion
people in seven days.
Liverpool’s main sponsor Standard Chartered is backing the Global Goals campaign
as a founding partner, and will partner with the club on a series of planned activities to
help raise awareness.
Kolo Toure participating in the World’s Largest Lesson, the biggest ever global
collaborative education project, using celebrities and influential figures to communicate
The Global Goals to children across the world.
LFC captain Jordan Henderson along with Adam Lallana, Kolo Toure and Jordan Ibe
discussing some of their favourite music on Radio Everyone - a pop-up global radio station
that will highlight the unsung heroes of health and climate change.
The activity will culminate at the fixture against Aston Villa on Saturday
September 26, where Liverpool will replace the Standard Chartered logo on their shirts
with the Global Goals logo.
During half-time, Reds legends Robbie Fowler and Ian Rush will lead two teams of
participants from the club’s official charity, Liverpool FC Foundation, in a live Dizzy
Dizzy Goals, (where participants spin around the ball and then try to score) has
been a key awareness driver for Global Goals over recent weeks, supported by multiple
celebrities and sports stars, including LFC’s own Jordan Ibe and Joe Gomez. Click here
to watch their attempt.
Sir John Peace, chairman of Standard Chartered plc, said: “As a bank, we often
talk about the importance of being here for good. This is not just a brand promise, it is
an ethos that we try to live by every day.
“When we were presented with the opportunity to leverage our global network and
our partnership with Liverpool Football Club to make sure that everyone knows about the
Global Goals, we recognised this as an incredible opportunity to drive real change and
improve the lives of people across the world.
“We have worked closely with Liverpool in recent years with our ‘Perfect Match’
shirt swaps to support our charitable initiative Seeing is Believing, which aims to end
avoidable blindness. We hope to replicate the success of this collaboration to tell
everyone about the Global Goals, and we are proud to support this campaign.”
Billy Hogan, chief commercial officer at Liverpool FC, added: “We are proud to be
supporting the Global Goals campaign alongside Standard Chartered and encouraging our
supporters across the world to raise awareness of the Global Goals for sustainable
development. This is such an ambitious, high-profile project and one that can have a real,
tangible and positive impact on the world.
“I believe our fans across the globe will get behind this new project and show
their support and passion in their communities, just as they have previously with Standard
Chartered’s ‘Seeing is Believing’ initiative over the past four years.”
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|| Global Goals: Mekfah's
journey from Bangkok to LFC mascot
09th Sep 2015
A heart-warming short film featuring Liverpool Football Club and young fan Mekfah
– a boy from Bangkok’s inner city slums – has been released as part of the UN Global
In conjunction with the Reds’ main sponsor and one of Global Goals’ founding
partners, Standard Chartered, it tells the moving story of the grade A student with a
passion for football who fulfils a dream by travelling to Kuala Lumpur and becoming an
official mascot for the Reds’ tour friendly with a Malaysia XI.
More read here.
LFC shirts to host Global Goals logo against Villa
26th Sep 2015
Liverpool Football Club and Standard Chartered will showcase their support for the
Global Goals by swapping the club sponsor's crest for the initiative's logo on their
jerseys during today's game with Aston Villa.
The campaign’s symbol will adorn the famous Red shirts for the Anfield clash to
raise awareness of its aim to help end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice and
tackle climate change by 2030.
On Friday, at the United Nations in New York, 193 world leaders adopted a series of
17 ambitious targets for sustainable development.
The ambition of the Global Goals campaign is to make the goals famous, with the aim
of telling seven billion people in seven days.
LFC’s main sponsor, Standard Chartered, is a founding partner of the Global Goals
and has combined with the club on a number of activities over recent weeks to raise
They’ve included Jordon Ibe and Joe Gomez taking penalties in the Dizzy Goals
challenge and Kolo Toure participating in the World’s Largest Lesson.
Along with this, Ibe and Toure joined Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana in
discussing some of their favourite music on Radio Everyone, while we also brought you the
heart-warming story of young Reds fan Mekfah’s journey from Bangkok to club mascot in
Over the coming days, we’ll be giving away five of the match-worn LFC Global
Goals jerseys, so stay logged on to Liverpoolfc.com for details after Saturday’s game.
For more information on the Global Goals, visit www.globalgoals.com.
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