Some of the ways the club is contributing to a more sustainable future include:
Encouraging staff to volunteer to help local communities, totalling 432 hours in the 2019-20 season.
Professionally training 26 staff to become mental health first aiders.
In the 2019-20 season, LFC Foundation delivered more than 7,000 sessions to nearly 20,000 unique participants.
Across the last three seasons, the club’s Red Neighbours initiative has facilitated the donation of 37.5 tonnes of food to the North Liverpool Foodbank, supporting 12,500 individuals or families across the city.
Growing vegetables in a local allotment the size of a football pitch, which are served at Anfield on matchdays.
Offsetting 435 tonnes of CO2, enabling the club to become carbon neutral for its direct activities.
Encouraging biodiversity by planting 635 new trees and 6,000 plants at the club’s new AXA Training Centre.
An online hub has been created for The Red Way, which will enable supporters to find out more about the work the club undertakes across each of the three pillars and can be found by visiting www.liverpoolfc.com/TheRedWay.