Liverpool Football Club will wear a “Seeing is Believing” edition of their 2016/17 New Balance home kit when they host Manchester United in Premier League action on Monday at Anfield.
The Reds will replace the logo of shirt sponsor Standard Chartered with that of the program that works to tackle avoidable blindness around the world. The match will mark the fifth year in a row that Liverpool have made the swap for one match in order to bring awareness to Seeing is Believing.
A number of items from Monday’s clash with Manchester United will be auctioned off after the match to with proceeds going to Seeing is Believing. They will include signed players shirts, the Liverpool captain’s armband from the game, a pair of signed replica Klopp glasses and a signed, limited edition braille matchday programme that has been made to commemorate the fixture.