Liverpool players past and present were in support of James Milner Foundation on Sunday night in Manchester.
The ‘Creepy CarnEVIL’ charity ball held by Milner’s foundation had several of the Reds’ squad attend a day after their 3-0 win against Watford.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp also made the ball at Event City in Manchester, accompanied by wife Ulla Sandrock.
The James Milner charity was started by the Reds midfielder and “aims to promote healthy recreation for the benefit of young people in the United Kingdom by the development, improvement and provision of opportunities in sports”.
The charity teamed up with the Owen McVeigh foundation for the ball. The foundation was started after 11-year-old Owen tragically died after being diagnosed with leukaemia in December 2015.
There were also other faces from the wider footballing world, including ex-Reds Jay Spearing and Stephan Derby as well as Joleon Lescott, Alex Bruce and Gareth Barry.
Take That singer Gary Barlow performed live amongst others on the night, whilst guests were encouraged to go donate via a range of sponsorship packages.
Slide through the gallery below to see the rest of the photos from the night.