The men’s 11-a-side team have been on top form recently winning 5 out of their last seven games; scoring 20 goals and keeping three clean sheets at a crucial part of the season with such few games left. The team have two more games left to play this season against Hope Street Raiders on Tuesday 26th April and Liverpool Hibernia on Saturday 30th April. The team will be pushing for the full six points from these games with the chance of finishing in the top four. Good luck to the lads!
Tuesday 26th of April will host the Match day 6 of The Social Inclusion League. This month’s tournament will be focussing on education and employment.
This weekend Merseyside Police are hosting the National UK Women’s Football Championships; with their aim of winning the title. The tournament is on Saturday and Sunday at Riverside Police Club, Aigburth, with a whole host of activities such as: fairground rides, facepainting and foodstalls. We are pleased to announce that Merseyside Police have chosen to donate the money raised to Liverpool Homeless Football Club.
So please come along and take advantage of this great family day out and cheer on your local police!
The 19th of this month saw saw 9 women’s teams from all sectors of the community come together at the Lucozade Powerleague Liverpool to raise awareness about Ovarian Cancer. The day was sponsored by the Greggs Foundation and Liverpool County Football Association. We were joined today by Deputy Mayor Ann O’Byrne, the Sovini Group and Liverpool and England Star Alex Greenwood who all made a turnout for this day of awareness. As always the football was fun and competitive with the Florrie beating Street Football Wales in the Friendly Shield. The Liverpool Foundation College teams A and B had a close game with the B team coming out victorious.
The main aim of the day however was #letskickcancer
We welcomed our friends Street Soccer Northern Ireland over for a match to play for The Kitty Wilkinson Cup. Please read Kittys story below
We knew it would be a fitting tribute for the lady known as “Saint of the Slums”
A great match at Walton Hall Park ending in victory for LHFC over Street Soccer NI but today was about two agencies coming together; using football to improve lives. It was great speaking to a few of the NI lads who stated “the project in Derry has saved my life” with another lad regarding himself as a daily drinker explained how by getting involved with Street Soccer NI he has been able to reduce his drinking.
Football; it’s more than a game !