Liverpool told how to honor the memory of Queen Elizabeth in the match against Ajax

Liverpool announced today, Monday, that they will honor the memory of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away last Thursday, against Ajax Amsterdam, the Dutch, tomorrow, Tuesday, in the Champions League.

The players of Liverpool and its guest Ajax Amsterdam will observe a minute of silence before the start of the match of the second round of the Champions League group stage at the Anfield stadium and will wear black armbands.

Flags will also be flown at half mast at Anfield throughout the match, with the Liverpool logo displayed on social media in black and white.

In a statement, Liverpool referred to the Queen’s visit to Anfield in 1993, which coincided with the centenary of the club’s founding, and also referred to the honoring of a number of “red” icons by Queen Elizabeth II over the years, such as Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Gerard Ollier and Steven Gerrard.

The name of Queen Elizabeth II has also been associated with the good memory of the club as it was passed on to captain Ron Yeats at Wembley Stadium in the FA Cup in 1965 as Liverpool first won the title.

Source: agencies

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