Fans can watch Liverpool FC at open training session
24 June 2015
Minister Leon Bignell
Minister for Tourism
Liverpool FC has today announced it will be holding open training so the public can watch them practice before the sell-out match with Adelaide United.
Tourism Minister Leon Bignell said more than 15,000 fans were expected to attend the session at Coopers Stadium at Hindmarsh on Sunday July 19.
“All the players on the pre-season tour will attend the practice and it will be the first time for local fans to see them up close and in action,” Mr Bignell said.
“It’s a sell-out match at Adelaide Oval on July 20 and I know some people were disappointed about missing out on tickets.
“There are 10,000 people travelling from interstate and overseas to watch Liverpool FC and the atmosphere at the training session and the game will be pumping.
Proceeds raised will support local charities including Royal Society for the Blind, The Smith Family, The Reagan Milstein Foundation, CanTeen and The Big Issue as well as supporting the Club’s official charity, Liverpool FC Foundation.
“Liverpool FC is a great football club that not only looks after its fans but looks out for the community and this fundraiser is another great example of that,” Mr Bignell said.
Liverpool FC is one of the world’s most historic and famous football clubs having won 18 League Titles, seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, five European Cups, three UEFA Cups, three European Super Cups and 15 Charity Shields.
Tickets for the open training session are $20 for adults, $10 for children and concession card holders. For more information visit: www.ticketek.com.au.
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