Liverpool FC partners to recycle 500,000 plastic bottles per season

It has joined forces with SC Johnson to turn used bottles at Anfield into Mr Muscle cleaning bottles

2°C on the football pitch?

future Net Zero spoke with We Play Green’s Maarten de Fockert to uncover what football can do to tackle climate change and the actions players can take to raise more awareness

Gary Lineker opens football pitch made of recycled crisp packets

The Match of the Day presenter unveiled the Walkers project earlier today, which has been built in Leicester to benefit the local community and the environment

CUP26 – a football tournament for climate change

Supported by 49 Premier League and EFL clubs, the competition has been launched to help encourage fans to pick up more sustainable habits

Spurs v Chelsea – ‘world’s first’ major net zero football match

The Premier League fixture will be supported by COP26 and Sky – looking to raise awareness for climate change within the game and urge supporters to take action

Patrick Bamford looks to score for climate change on England debut

The Leeds United striker has revealed his goal celebration represents climate change in a bid to influence more people to take action

Nike football kits kick out carbon

The 2021/2022 shirts are made from 95% recycled water bottles, which Nike claims reduces their carbon emissions by up to 30%

Manchester United partners with Renewable Energy Group

The Premier League giant is looking to promote more sustainable action among its fanbase and the wider footballing community, while reducing its own emissions

Which Premier League team emits the most carbon?

A new report has collated the data of the distances travelled by last season’s teams and calculated the emissions this has produced in the past five years – who comes out on top?

Which team produced the most carbon emissions at EURO 2020?

Teams competing had to travel much further than usual for this year’s tournament – how did that impact their carbon footprint?