Ahead of the busy festive period, Premier League players and managers and the club foundations have been spreading cheer in their local communities, including visits to hospitals, to help raise the spirits of those less fortunate.
Here's a look at what the clubs have been up to in the lead-up to Christmas.
The league leaders visited the city's Alder Hey children's hospital, where one lucky boy got a special present from Jurgen Klopp.
Harry Kane took his Spurs team-mates to the place he was born, Whipps Cross Hospital in London, to deliver presents and bring Christmas cheer to the young people.
Defender Mason Holgate spread cheer at Claire House children's hospice.
The champions' players and manager went to see the kids at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
The food bank is located only four miles from the club's Selhurst Park home and is expected to distribute up to 700 presents over the festive period.
The Leicester Royal Infirmary was where the Foxes gave away presents and visited patients.
The United players visited a number of local hospitals in the lead-up to Christmas.
The participants recently received personalised Christmas cards, made by students who take part in the Premier League Primary Stars programme.