Adrian San Miguel – Football For Peace

Adrian San Miguel

Nationality: Spanish

Age: 36


Goal: Striking Poverty and Supporting Wellbeing

Club: Striking Poverty and Supporting Wellbeing

Spanish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Liverpool.

Adrián began his career playing with Spanish side Real Betis, initially with the club’s youth sides, before making his debut with the first team in 2012; he also had spells on loan with Alcalá and Utrera during this period. In 2013, he moved to England, joining West Ham United. After his release from West Ham, he signed with Liverpool in 2019, winning a Premier League title in his first season.

Adrian San Miguel works with a number of charities including charities for Children’s health including ‘Islas fight’ and raised money for the NHS using the hashtag #shirts for hero’s. His obvious passion for children and healthcare shines through in his philanthropy.
In 2021 Adrian supported FfP in launching a ‘Campaign for a Cause’ supporting grassroots football clubs affected by the COVID-19 pandemic across the globe. In partnership with StockX. Funds were distributed to a selection of grassroots youth football clubs that have been negatively impacted by the pandemic and play an important role in their community.

Adrian helped to deliver food during the ‘Football for Peace Food Drive’ which delivered surplus food supplies from Wembley Stadium to families in need across the nation. Half a million food items were delivered throughout the week. The campaign supported bringing the football family together to provide essential food items to areas in need and helping those who have endured recent hardship brought on by COVID-19 social and economic challenges.

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