Liverpool are set to split their Fair Play reward between their season ticket holders aged 17-21 by giving each person a split of their £20,000 prize money.
The Reds are set to finish the top of the Fair Play table this season having recorded the fewest disciplinary points, beating Swansea City to top spot in the table.
UEFA used to award first place in the Fair Play rankings a place in the Europa League but that’s now changed and instead the winner is honoured with a financial prize, which is to be spent on Fair Play or Respect-themed projects.
And, according to the Mirror, Liverpool have decided to use the £20,000 to offer a group of their season ticket holders – those aged between 17-21 – a discount on their seat for next season.
Those included in the age bracket will be given their shares’ worth – £75 – off of their season ticket for the new campaign after a meeting between the club and fans’ representatives saw it decided to include the next generation of fans in the win.
Liverpool will be hoping to end their season on a high with a win over Middlesbrough, which will secure the club a place in the Champions League next season.