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  1. The LFCF Player Development Programme aims to deliver a unique football development offer for 7-13 year old boys and girls of all skills and abilities, with a clear focus on development of its players alongside local coaches, grassroots clubs and leagues. The Player Development Programme’s mission is to deliver a unique curriculum of football ...

  2. 2022年12月6日 · Liverpool FC has today announced the launch of a new International Academy in Hong Kong. Together with partner PNH Soccer Academy Ltd, the Reds will now deliver ongoing coaching programmes to youngsters at multiple venues across Hong Kong. The youth coaching will provide unique opportunities for children aged three to 17, from grass roots level ...

  3. Liverpool Football Club would like to wish all our Chinese supporters around the world a happy, healthy and prosperous Year of the Snake. Liverpool are very proud to have fans all over the world and we appreciate the support of our millions of Chinese fans.

  4. U21s and loans physiotherapist. Steve Gorst. Head of pre-Academy recruitment. Assistant head of pre-Academy coaching. Lead pre-Academy coach. The official Liverpool FC website. The only place to visit for all your LFC news, videos, history and match information. Full stats on LFC players, club products, official partners and lots more.

  5. Phil Charnock joined Liverpool FC at the age of 12. He returned as an Academy coach in 2012, has worked across various age groups and is now with the U12s.

  6. The 'Seeing is Believing' story... A fortnight of activities between Liverpool FC and Standard Chartered that began on Tuesday to raise awareness of the 'Seeing is Believing' initiative is the latest chapter in an ongoing partnership to help transform lives across the world.

  7. On a day of remembrance, 26 years on from the Hillsborough disaster, we present a collection of images which powerfully express how and why the 96 fans who lost their lives will never be forgotten. Anfield shrine. In the days following the disaster, mourners flocked to Anfield to seek solace at the club's home.