Liverpool’s home shirt for Saturday’s clash with Manchester United will not feature the usual Standard Chartered sponsor across the logo.
Instead, the kits will use ‘Seeing is Believing’ which is a charity run by Standard Chartered Bank PLC and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness.
The shirts will look like this!
Liverpool will wear our 'Seeing is Believing' shirts v United – to support Standard Chartered's charity which tackles avoidable blindness❤️ pic.twitter.com/l30sSlAr80
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) October 12, 2017
We wore the same shirts in the United game last year, actually, and have done once per season since our partnership with the bank began.
At Empire of the Kop, we fully support this initiative!
Hopefully, it’l bring us some luck on the field, too!