SOS and Blue Union Joint Statement When it was announced players were to resume training, the focus on football returned to how the season should be concluded. For Spirit of Shankly and The Blue Union, our primary concern remains the number of cases and tragic deaths from Covid-19. Ideally competitive football would restart when it is safe for all – players, officials, matchday staff and the game’s main stakeholders, supporters. In reality this is unlikely. The consensus is that if the season is to be finished it will be behind closed doors without fans. Therefore [...]
Liverpool will play MK Dons away in the third round of the Carabao Cup on 25 September. Ticket details for those travelling to the game initially revealed that LFC season-ticket holders were being charged less than LFC members for the same ticket.
Spirit of Shankly have been contacted by some of our disabled supporters regarding the poor allocation of tickets from Barcelona for the Champions League fixture on 1 May. We have shared their details with LFC.
Details of travel to our game atway at Newcastle.
Ahead of our AGM, below is the agenda, proposals and accounts for the meetings.
After a brilliant trip to Germany, Liverpool supporters were eager for Friday's Champions League draw. Again we have been paired with Porto and while we all hope for another fantastic result as we had last season, for fans intending to travel to Porto there is concern about the price they will be asked to pay for a match ticket.
Spirit of Shankly and Spion Kop 1906 are aware that LFC will be asking a number of supporters to collect tickets at our away fixture in Munich.
Spirit of Shankly are aware of reports relating to an ongoing case between a Liverpool fan and the club. This concerns LFC's decision to sanction and ultimately ban the supporter. We have spoken with the person involved, to establish the facts of the situation, and are seeking to help bring about a resolution. The public facts of the case raise many questions and will concern supporters as a whole.
A new grassroots initiative '#morethenastadium' is to be launched Tuesday 29 January with the aim of reminding supporters of the match day impact they have on the Anfield area and its residents.
Liverpool fans face a nightmare over travel and planning for the team's away fixture at West Ham United next month.