Liverpool and Everton fans came together to tackle food poverty on derby day, amidst the growing cost of living crisis. The day was characterised by hostility and rivalry on the pitch. However, tribalism was put aside off the pitch as both sets of supporters collected for North Liverpool Foodbank.
Widnes Wild star Vlads Vulkanovs has gone from playing university level ice hockey to Division One in just a few years. He’s had a career spanning across two continents, beginning in his home country of Latvia.
The town of Villarreal is neither on the coast, or has any strong links to submarines (never mind yellow ones). In a city where the Beatles were born, the Yellow Submarine means something more.
After their defeat in the Merseyside Derby, Everton are staring down the barrel of relegation, trailing Burnley by two points, with a game in hand. We take a look at how they've got to this position, their final fixtures, and whether they can stay up.
On paper, Liverpool are just 10 games away from completing one no other English side has done before. Ten wins from now until the end of May mean Liverpool will end the 21/22 season with an unprecedented quadruple.
Clubs across Liverpool are making an effort to support those in need or struggling with the effects of Covid-19, disabilities or mental health issues. With the importance of sport - and exercise and daily walks being pushed heavily during the pandemic - we explore how this has grown further.
"I thought Liverpool was the perfect place to bring tennis out of its snobbish environment and bring it out to the people." After the disruption of Covid, Liverpool will kick off the 2022 grass court tennis season with the Liverpool International Tennis Tournament.
Widnes Wild's General Manager Wez Spurrett, has thanked fans for their support this season, after beating Billingham Stars on Easter Sunday. Spurrett praised fans on a statement released on the Widnes Wild website, for their loyal support and dedication to following the team, as the season concluded two days ago.
Liverpool’s own Ryan Dickens is looking to overcome challenging opponent Jack Cook at the Olympia this weekend (April 23) The 20-year-old from Kensington is a three-time National Champion, a European Bronze Medallist and has won gold at the Tri-National Competition in the light middleweight division.