In the midst of the FIFA World Cup in Russia, our famous footballing city brings the international tournament closer to home as they celebrate the relationship between football, art and culture.
Explore the deep-rooted culture of football in the Baltic Triangle, the city’s creative and digital hub, as they consider the concept of ‘fandom’, challenge stereotypes and look at the the impact of football on fashion, music, politics and society. Watch as the popular culture of this sport is explored from an artist’s perspective, with the event welcoming writers, photographers, music and fashion representatives to present their work to fans.
With these celebratory events and exhibitions kicking off on the same day as the World Cup, why not head down to the Baltic Quarter on June 14th and immerse yourself in the stories of real people, places, and times that shaped this modern game. With Liverpool and Everton football clubs both set to be involved, this is an exciting fixture football fans should mark in their calendars this summer.