The scale of Premier League support and investment in the wider game, and in communities and schools, is unprecedented in the world of professional sport.
The League and its clubs fund community facilities across England and Wales, via the Football Foundation, as well as operating national and local sports participation and education projects.
This is thanks to the collective and central way the Premier League markets rights and distributes revenues to clubs, supporting them in their efforts to develop and acquire talented players, build and improve stadiums, and make a huge contribution to the entire football pyramid and a range of community programmes and good causes.
The Premier League invests £100m per season to support the sports participation and schools programmes, with more than £140m going to the EFL each season in Solidarity Payments and ring-fenced Youth Development grants.
One of the ways in which the Premier League supports communities is through Premier League Kicks.
It is one of our flagship programmes, delivered by 69 clubs across the country, engaging tens of thousands of youngsters aged 8-19 and will form part of the League's work with the Government to support young people in areas of high need.
"Giving back to our community has been part of the Liverpool way for decades," says Peter Moore, Liverpool FC Chief Executive Officer and Vice-Chair, LFC Foundation.
"Through the club's official charity, LFC Foundation, and our dedicated local community programme, Red Neighbours, we have provided thousands of life-changing experiences this season for local people.
"As chief executive officer, I am immensely proud to say this great club has a local heart with a global pulse."