2019-20 FA Cup Home player shirt short sleeve № 9 Roberto Firmino
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LFC debuts new charity logo on Champions League shirt
1st October 2019
Liverpool FC will wear a new charity logo on its Champions League shirt tomorrow
Fans will notice the addition of the Right To Play logo, which will be unveiled
when the reigning European champions face Salzburg at Anfield.
In support of LFC Foundation, the club’s official charity, and their partnership
with Right To Play, the Right To Play logo will feature prominently on the back tail of
the Reds’ Champions League jersey.
The multi-year partnership announced earlier this year between Right To Play and
LFC Foundation brings together two innovators and leaders in the fields of sport and play,
to combine their expertise to implement high-impact programmes that will benefit
vulnerable children. The joint programmes will be launched initially in Anfield and
Thailand, and will be expanded to include other countries after that.
Matt Parish, director of LFC Foundation, said: “We are delighted to have the
opportunity to feature the Right To Play logo on the Champions League shirt. This will
provide a fantastic platform to highlight our partnership and work with Right To Play to
millions of fans across the world.”
“We are committed to improving the lives of children and young people across the
Liverpool city region and beyond. Our partnership with Right To Play will enable us to
extend our reach and help transform more lives through the power of play.”
Right To Play’s CEO, Kevin Frey, added: “We are proud to have the Right To Play
logo on Liverpool FC’s Champions League jersey to recognise our exciting new partnership
with the LFC Foundation. Our collaboration is built on a shared belief that every child
deserves to be safe, healthy and empowered. Together we will transform the lives of
vulnerable children and youth in Anfield and around the world.”
Right To Play’s logo includes a graphic representation of a handmade ball. It
recalls the founding story of Right To Play when former Olympic champion Johann Koss met a
young Eritrean boy in a refugee camp. The boy was playing football with his friends using
a makeshift ball he made out of a long-sleeved shirt. Even amid many challenges, the boy’s
desire to play had unlocked his creativity and ingenuity. The handmade ball honours
children’s resilience and determination to create opportunities when they are given the
knowledge and tools to do so.
LFC Foundation and Right To Play’s joint programmes will focus on a number of
areas, including improving life skills for disadvantaged children around the world to help
them to stay in school and to live safe and healthy lives.
Fans who have previously purchased a European shirt can add the Right To Play logo
to their shirt in LFC retail stores for Ј5 from November. It can also be added to
newly-purchased European shirts, which will be back in stock in November. All of the
proceeds raised from the sale of the logo will be donated to Right To Play. For previously
purchased shirts, proof of purchase from an official retailer must be provided to enable
the purchase and transfer of the Right To Play logo.
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