Volunteers from Liverpool Homeless Football Club spent today supporting the final day of the rest centre. Deputy Mayor Ann O’Byrne was on hand to help make hot dogs and burgers from our back kitchen. It was a day thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Once again the Power League was the venue for some thrilling games in this month’s social inclusion league. Asylum Link Merseyside and MASS got out of group one, while Addaction and Whitechapel Centre won group 2 with Croft Housing and Liverpool YMCA finishing third. After 2 great semi finals, the crowd witnessed a thrilling final between Mass and Everton Asylum Link Merseyside. After ending in a 6-6 draw, EAL kept there cool in the penalty shoot out! Big thanks once again to staff at the Power League and Liverpool County FA for their continued support.
Last week saw Liverpool Legend Roy Evans along with Everton stars Graham Stuart, Graham Sharpe and Mike Newell, come together in a golf tournament arranged by the Sovini Group to raise awareness and funds for Liverpool Homeless Football Club.
After a rainy start to the day, the sun shone through and the players were able to show off their golfing skills. This was followed by a formal dinner and an amazing act by comedian Gary Skyner.
A big thanks to The Sovini Group, Trowers and Hamlins Solicitors and all who helped make the day a success.
Tomorrow we are back at The Lucozade Power League Liverpool as it is our 4-a-side social inclusion league. We are hoping to welcome along 70+ participants who will be taking part in a day full of football and social activities to raise awareness around racism.
The REX Concept Store Liverpool situated in Bold Street has set up a Pay as You Feel Café and Cereal Bar to help raise funds for Liverpool Homeless Football Club. The store has a wide selection of cereals available along with tea and coffee that are free to all who please; all that is asked for is a consideration to donate towards Liverpool Homeless Football Club.
To find out more about this brilliant scheme visit: