Liverpool and Everton to invest jointly in grassroots football
5 November 2019
The clubs will each invest £75,000 a year for the next three years in a grassroots football development fund in Liverpool.
The fund will be for providing equipment, training opportunities and pitch-time for clubs, leagues and families facing financial barriers.
Liverpool FC and Everton FC have announced they will jointly invest almost half a million pounds in local grassroots football in Liverpool over the next three years, Liverpool FC said on their website.
The funding, working out as £75,000 a year from each club, will come from the clubs' charities and be available for providing equipment, training opportunities and pitch-time for clubs, leagues and families facing financial barriers.
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