The club has announced they will host a charity football match in respect to Bradley Lowery as they aim to support the Bradley Lowery Foundation to help children with cancer.
The Toffees will host a celebrity match on 3 September, after previously donating £200,000 to the charity set up by Bardley’s family.
Little Bradley passed away on 7 July after a tough battle with cancer. He was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was just 18 months old.
Bradley’s parents said the support their family received was fantastic. The people from Goodison Park formed a special relationship with Bradley during Everton’s match at Sunderland in September 2016 and then when he was a guest at Merseyside.Kean thrilled with Everton support Nedim Maric – The young Italian striker moved from Juventus this summer to try and leave his mark on the Premier League.Among the Italian racism crisis, which…
Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright stated to the club’s website:
“I didn’t know him for long but from the second he walked out onto the pitch with his beloved Sunderland against us, I felt an overwhelming need to support him.
“He was the loveliest lad – still an imp, but with the biggest heart.”
Bradley’s family has established the Bradley Lowery Foundation, which aims to help other families with children with cancer. Everton’s charity game will help raise funds and support the good cause.