Let’s Beat Arsenal!! Twice!!!

We are always here to promote a good cause our OLSCs support

Check out what OLSC Cleveland is up to. Support their cause, and let’s beat Arsenal on and off the pitch this weekend! 

Official Liverpool Supporters Club Cleveland and Arsenal Fans Cleveland once again combine efforts to turn our passions for our respective clubs into a positive force in our city and our region. They are raising money for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, the largest hunger relief organization in Northeast Ohio. In our fourth year of collaboration with Cleveland Gooners, they have contributed thousands of pounds of supplies to the Food Bank, and recently have transitioned their efforts to monetary donations so the Food Bank can purchase the food and supplies they need most.

Please visit https://greaterclevelandfoodbank.org/liverpool to help us beat Arsenal both on the pitch and in supporting our Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

OLSC Cleveland meets at Iggy’s Bar in Lakewood, OH, although for our match against Arsenal, if you are in Northeast Ohio this weekend, our OLSC Cleveland members will be patronizing the Cleveland Gooners bar Merry Arts in Lakewood, Ohio. OLSC Cleveland looks forward to hosting the Gooners at our home bar at the return fixture in April 2023 when Arsenal travels to Anfield, where we will continue our fundraising efforts for the Food Bank. Feel free to connect with OLSC Cleveland through our social media accounts, and join us at Iggy’s bar throughout the season.

“I believe the only way to live and to truly be successful is by collective effort, with everyone working for each other, everyone helping each other, and everyone having a share of the rewards at the end of the day. That might be asking a lot, but it’s the way I see football and the way I see life.” –Bill Shankly

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