Class: Liverpool will wear different shirts for Man United match

Standard Chartered's picture for the Liverpool shirt change
Standard Chartered’s picture for the Liverpool shirt change

Liverpool v Manchester United

With the international break now over, attention is undoubtedly focusing on the return of the Premier League and the big game next Monday night at Anfield.

In a joint statement ahead of the game, Liverpool and Manchester United have claimed that this is the biggest game in club football, anywhere in the world.

See: Liverpool & Man United issue joint statement ahead of Premier League match.

So kudos to Liverpool and Standard Chartered for making a significant change to their shirts for the mouthwatering match against Manchester United.

Instead of pushing their sponsor Standard Chartered, Liverpool will wear “Seeing is believing” on their shirts.

This is a joint effort from Liverpool and Standard Chartered to raise awareness and funds to tackle avoidable blindness.

Standard Chartered add that: “Following the match, the limited edition shirts will be signed by the Liverpool FC players and auctioned off to raise money for Seeing is Believing – along with a few other surprise items! And every penny raised will be matched by Standard Chartered.

This match comes just four days after World Sight Day, which focuses on raising awareness of visual impairment and blindness around the world.”

#LFC & Standard Chartered have joined forces to tackle avoidable blindness. The #SeeingIsBelieving logo will feature on the Reds' shirts for Monday's game against Man Utd!

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