Ahead of Remembrance Weekend, when the 100-year anniversary of the World War One Armistice will be commemorated, Premier League clubs have been planting trees in tribute to their players who went to serve their country in the conflict and never returned.
At the Liverpool FC Academy seven trees were planted this week to represent the seven players from the club who lost their lives in the Great War.
The campaign has been organised in partnership with the Woodland Trust and National Football Museum’s "For Club and Country" project, the Premier League, The FA, the Football League and the Professional Footballers’ Association.
It forms part of the national "Football Remembers" campaign, which honours the footballers who joined up and went off to war.
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Arsenal: Arsenal Remembers
Burnley: New Cenotaph unveiled at Turf Moor
Cardiff City: Bluebirds honour fallen First World War heroes
Chelsea: Living legacy created at Cobham in tribute to former players
Crystal Palace: Palace Commemorate Former Players
Everton: Blues Defenders Plant Trees In Remembrance Of Fallen WWI Players
Fulham: For Club and Country
Huddersfield Town: Town fans pay tribute at Remembrance game
Liverpool: Remembering Liverpool FC's heroes of WWI
Man City: City plant trees to commemorate WWI centenary
Man Utd: Armistice Day: The players we lost in war
Newcastle United: Woodland Trust and Football Remembers join forces
Southampton: Davis helps create legacy to fallen heroes
Tottenham Hotspur: Club creates legacy to fallen heroes
Watford: Remembrance Matchday: Minute's Silence & Poppy Shirts
West Ham United: West Ham create Rush Green memorial for fallen players
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Help Molineux observe tributes