We Go Again For The Foodbanks

Issue 261 was on sale at Anfield on the Champions League night and sold well considering the cold winds. Our plan was simple, what we had left over, we’d sell at the following home game, but sadly we’re still waiting for that next home game. This meant that we had around 250 unsold Fanzines on our hands.

So what we did was to say that for every copy of the printed version he sold, we’d donate £1 to the Liverpool food banks and for any new subscriptions taken, then a fiver would be donated. The response has been great and we’ve has already transferred £100 to the food banks on behalf of the Fanzine and its readers.

You can still get a copy and all you need to do is visit: http://www.redallovertheland.com and go to the subscription page and no matter where you live on this planet you can purchase the latest issue and have it delivered to your door for £2.50 if you live in the UK, £3.50 if you reside in Europe and £4.50 if you live anywhere else on the planet. If nothing else you will have something to read during self isolating.

For every copy bought on-line a donation of £1 will be made to the Liverpool food banks and if you subscribe then a £5 donation will be made.

Subscriptions rates are UK 10 Issues £20; Single Issue £2.50. Europe 10 Issues £30 Singles Issue £3.50. Rest of the World 10 Issues £37 Single issue £4.50. John will do his best to post out within 24 hours of the order being received.
If you want to buy the Fanzine via Bank Transfer email John at redallovertheland@gmail.com.

If you know a Liverpool fan anywhere in the world, share a link to this blog or direct to https://redallovertheland.com/

There is no football at the moment but that doesn’t stop us being fans. Subscribing or buying print copies of Red All Over The Land is a great way to help people in need and remind them that…

You’ll Never Walk Alone.

Published by

John Pearman

Editor of the only remaining Liverpool fanzine, Red All Over The Land. On sale outside Anfield on match days. Started this Fanzine in 1995