LFC Scores Again as they’re named Greenest Club in Premier League
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Liverpool FC have topped the Sport Positive Environmental Sustainability League for the second year in a row.
In a world where sustainability is becoming increasingly important, LFC is leading the way by being named the greenest club in the Premier League.
Along with Tottenham Hotspur, they have been recognised as the Premier League clubs who are leading the way with their ongoing environmental sustainability efforts.
The Sport Positive League is an independent environmental sustainability table, which looks at all clubs across the Premier League and measures their environmental credentials.
LFC scored 24 points out of a maximum of 27, showing their holistic commitment to environmental sustainability through every part of the organisation.
Liverpool Manager, Jurgen Klopp, said:
“This is a fantastic achievement and something everyone at the club should feel very proud of. The higher up we can be in this table the better I would say.
“I see first-hand the great work we do under The Red Way, whether it’s the food players eat that’s grown in our allotments, or the sustainable fuel we use in the buses we travel to away games in.
“This is not just important work, it’s vital work, and we are leaders in this space because it’s the right thing to do, it’s as simple as that.”
Sport Positive recognised the continuing improvements Liverpool FC has made since the launch of The Red Way in 2021 – its ongoing commitment to creating a better future for its people, planet and communities.
Since then a lot of hard work has gone into embedding The Red Way across the club. Now, every major initiative or decision that is made comes back to the three key areas that have been identified in the inaugural The Red Way Report, which was launched earlier this year and gave great detail about the club-wide sustainability programme and its ambitions for the future.