Liverpool has announced that Martin Skrtel, Ian Rush, Gary McAllister, John Aldridge, and John Barnes will travel to Singapore with Jurgen Klopp’s team during the summer.
On the field, the Reds will begin play on July 30 when they take on relegated Leicester City at the National Stadium in an effort to defend the Standard Chartered Singapore Trophy.
The Singapore Trophy match against German champions Bayern Munich will take place there on Wednesday, August 2.
Meanwhile, Legends from the aforementioned list will journey with the Liverpool team as part of the Singapore Festival of Football, meeting fans and taking part in special events.
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In addition, before the match against Leicester, the Reds will host an open training session.
The club will also actively participate in a number of significant local cultural events and community projects while there.
On both matchdays and the day before the Bayern match, supporters in Singapore will also be able to visit a Football Interactive Fanzone where there will be performances, giveaways, Q&A sessions, and much more to enjoy.
Former fan favorite Lucas, who made 346 appearances for Liverpool after joining from Gremio in 2007 and who has only recently announced his retirement from football, said when he was informed that he would be taking part in the tour: “Playing for Liverpool FC was an absolute honor and a privilege, and I’m so lucky to be able to continue my connection with this great club as a legend on tour this summer in Singapore.
This will be my first tour as a legend, and I’m looking forward to meeting our incredibly passionate fans in Singapore and enjoying a fantastic game of football with them.
“So join us for LFC’s preseason tour of Singapore as we gear up for the challenges ahead with eagerly awaited matches against Leicester City and Bayern Munich. ”.
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