Anfield Community2020-08-09T09:37:16+01:00

Anfield community

This union is committed to supporting the Anfield community in which our football club is based. We recognise the impact on local residents from tens of thousands of supporters turning up weekly throughout the season.

It has always been the aim of this union to support those seeking to improve the Anfield area. It is why we co-founded Fans Supporting Foodbanks and we are one of those supporting the #MoreThanAStadium campaign.

We are committed to continuing our support for this work.

Furthermore, this union remains committed to seeking improvements for the Anfield area. We note recent reports about a proposed train station for the Anfield area, which would bring significant benefits to supporters but more importantly, local residents and businesses.

Spirit of Shankly supports all efforts like this, to ensure that all, including supporters and residents, share in the success of our football club.

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