Stake collaborates with Her Game Too ahead of Merseyside derby has announced a collaboration with women's campaign, Her Game Too.

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Listen To Article, the main partner of Everton Football Club, will donate the front centre space of the Everton Women’s warm-up t-shirts to allow Her Game Too to place its logo there.

Her Game Too is a volunteer-led campaign, which tackles online sexist abuse towards women in football.

The Goodison Park Executive Box will also be reserved for the use of Her Game Too guests during the game.

Her Game Too will use this opportunity to invite representatives and ambassadors of the campaign, as well as select guests from the Everton Fans’ Forum.

They will use the VIP experience to celebrate the work they’ve done in fighting for equality.

The Merseyside derby will be the first time that Everton has hosted Liverpool at Goodison Park.

Dominic Rae, Sponsorships Manager at, said: "We are delighted to have worked with Everton to provide this platform for Her Game Too.

“The work they do is fundamental to everyone's enjoyment of football and we hope this collaboration can bring further progress.”

The shirts will then be distributed among pre-selected football teams and other equality organisations.

A number of the shirts with the Her Game Too logo on them will also be auctioned, with proceeds going towards local charities.

Roopa Vyas, Director at Her Game Too, said: “Everton’s support for Her Game Too has been a shining example of how clubs can spread our message that ‘Football is a game for ALL’. “Their support has been entirely authentic and we really appreciate the backing from staff and players such as Seamus and Gabby, and now Everton’s main partner,”

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