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Anfield Projection Backs Justice Collective

Everton project images on to Anfield to back charity single.

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Everton reaffirmed our solidarity with the families of the 96 Hillsborough victims on Wednesday with a projection onto Anfield supporting the campaign to make the Justice Collective’s single this week’s number one.
On the day the High Court quashed the original accidental death inquest verdicts for the 96 Liverpool supporters who died at Hillsborough, Everton continued to show their support by placing the iconic image of the Club’s ‘96’ mascots onto the stadium.

Projection on AnfieldEverton back the Justice Collective's bid to be Christmas number one
The mascots, who led Everton and Newcastle out at Goodison Park in October wearing Liverpool and Everton shirts with the numbers nine and six printed on the back, played a huge part in the Club’s honouring of the victims of the tragedy and their families – and the image has now become a symbol of Merseyside’s collective fight for justice.
The photograph of the pair standing hand-in-hand on the pitch during the emotional tribute was circulated around the world and has been used on the cover of the Justice Collective’s Christmas number one bid, a cover version of the 1969 Hollies hit He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.
The projection was part of Everton’s 12 Days of Blue Christmas campaign, which involves turning a different city landmark blue every evening up until Sunday 23 December.
The popular campaign has already given a number of high-profile buildings in Liverpool a blue makeover, including Albert Dock, the Metropolitan Cathedral, Anglican Cathedral, Goodison Park and Prince Rupert’s Tower, which is the centrepiece of Everton’s crest.
More landmarks will be visited this week. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages for more details and clues to upcoming locations.

Anfield, where we won our first league title, forms part of the 12 days of Blue Christmas campaignAnfield, where we won our first league title, forms part of the 12 days of Blue Christmas campaign

keith ormrodform is temporary, class is permanent,scousers united

Friday 21st December 00:02 Report Comment

paul mccannwell done to all involved great sentiment and tribute lets hope real justice is served for the 96 fans

Thursday 20th December 17:04 Report Comment

martin lloydshowing our class,this club will never forget

Thursday 20th December 09:44 Report Comment

stephen cruisethere`s only one united Everton and Liverpool united together Merry Christmas to everyone red blue and what ever your colours are JFT96 NSNO

Thursday 20th December 08:51 Report Comment

anthony stanleywhat a city ......unbelievable

Thursday 20th December 00:33 Report Comment

Paul IddonFantastic tribute. Proud to be a supporter.

Wednesday 19th December 21:49 Report Comment

keith porterjust brill ... wat a club ..

Wednesday 19th December 21:36 Report Comment

janet hillSo proud to be blue ..... Didn't think the video would make me cry but it did Jft96

Wednesday 19th December 19:39 Report Comment

Ramon WignallI Felt the same about the Video. it's the end that gets me..

Thursday 20th December 12:52 Report Comment

Derek PriceFantastic! A city united!

Wednesday 19th December 19:20 Report Comment


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