Ex-Everton footballer Peter Reid took part in a charity 5-a-side football tournament at the weekend to raise funds for the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.
Reid, along with members of his family, played in the Soccer Search Hillsborough Tournament which took place at the Goals Soccer Centre in Speke.
Slow Roll FC were crowned winners.
Luke Moran from Soccer Search UK who helped organise the event said: “ On behalf of Soccer Search UK we would like to thank everyone that took part and we are extremely grateful to everyone that has donated money to the charity”.
£4906 was raised on the day and will go towards building the Hillsborough memorial monument in the Liverpool City Centre.
The Hillsborough Justice Campaign provides support for fans and bereaved families of the 96 victims involved in the legal battle following the 1989 tragedy.
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