The OTB Sports remote roadshow, in association with Cadbury, is back and we have an amazing lineup focusing on all things Liverpool FC.
Guests include Richie Partridge, Niamh Fahey and Robbie Fowler.
A standout for Ireland underage, Richie Partridge spent five years with Liverpool as a player from 2000 to 2005. He later returned to Liverpool to serve as a physiotherapist with the first team from 2016 to 2020.
Partridge's football career spanned 13 years as he played for teams all across England and Wales.
He's most known in Ireland for being part of the famed under 18 team that won the European Championships in 1998. Partridge shared that dressing room with Richard Dunne, Stephen McPhail, Robbie Keane and Gary Doherty.
Niamh Fahey has been the captain of the Liverpool women's team since August 2020. The 33-year-old can seamlessly transition between central defence and central midfield, making her one of Ireland and Liverpool's most valuable players.
She won her 95th cap for Ireland against Australia, a game that captured the imagination of the nation. She should become the second player in history to be capped 100 times for Ireland, the first being Aine O'Gorman.
In her club career, Fahey played for Arsenal, Chelsea and Bordeaux before joining Liverpool in 2018. She has played 45 times for Liverpool since then.
The name Robbie Fowler doesn't mean much around Anfield. That's just because they prefer to refer to him as God. One of the greatest goalscorers to bless any football club or any league, Fowler combines a decorated football career with an affable personality that has made him a fan favourite.
When your nickname is God, you don't need much of a sales pitch after that. But still...
Fowler scored 120 goals in 236 games during his first spell with Liverpool. He added eight goals in 30 games when he returned at the end of his career. He no longer holds the fastest hattrick in Premier League history, thanks to current Liverpool player Sadio Mane, but he has still scored the eighth-most goals in Premier League history.
Joe Molloy will host the event. It will take place on Thursday, the 28th of October.
This will be the third of this years' OTB Sports remote roadshows in partnership with Cadbury FC, check out cadburyfc.com for updates on promotions and giveaways.