Liverpool has today unveiled ambitious plans to host a bold and inspiring 2022 Commonwealth Games that will speed up the transformation of its world famous waterfront and leave a lasting legacy for communities across the city and region.
A review of security for major events in Liverpool has taken place after the Government raised the threat level to critical following the terror attack in Manchester.
A team of Liverpool Councillors are to play blind cricket on Friday 19 May to celebrate the opening of a new visually impaired section at Wavertree Cricket Club.
Sports executive Brian Barwick is to Chair Liverpool’s bid to host the Commonwealth Games.
Work is to get underway this summer on the biggest ever investment in grassroots football in Liverpool worth almost £17 million as part of The FA’s Parklife Programme.
Liverpool City Council is set to agree the principles of an innovative finance model with Everton Football Club that will support the Premier League club’s ambition to build an iconic waterfront stadium in the city.
Women in Liverpool are being urged to take advantage of free sports classes tomorrow, to celebrate International Women’s Day.
The latest group of ambassadors for Liverpool’s Fit For Me campaign have been revealed.
Taekwon-Do lessons are coming to schools across the city.
Stanley Park has launched a winter programme of outdoor activities for all