RED is a community archive project sharing Liverpool fan’s personal photos and stories, created alongside the fans and shared through exhibitions, books, interviews and events.
“The best way to look at our club is through the eyes of the fans.”
Ian Young, LFC Fan
RED is a growing body of work that aims to create a lasting archive of fan’s memories, using creative and engaging ways to find and share these stories. Projects include photography exhibitions, podcasts, publications, workshops and events and our aim is to collaborate with organisations and individual supporters, locally and further afield to produce an engaging and deeply personal legacy for fans of all ages to enjoy.
RED is founded by Emma Case, Photographer and daughter of Liverpool legend Jimmy Case (1975-81).
"Jimmy Case is best remembered for a spectacular FA Cup final goal and a deserved reputation as one of football's genuine hard men. But that does scant justice to a career that covered more than 700 appearances for 7 league clubs and did not end until he retired, through injury, at the age of 41. Raised on Merseyside, Jimmy began at his beloved Liverpool, becoming a key player in the all-conquering team of the late 1970s alongside stars like Kevin Keegan, John Toshack, Ray Clemence, Phil Thompson, Kenny Dalglish and his two great mates, Tommy Smith and Ray Kennedy. At Anfield, where he was signed by Bill Shankly and guided by Bob Paisley, Jimmy won a boxful of medals: four league titles, three European cups plus a host of other domestic honours which tell the truth about Jimmy Case - that he had much more than a tough tackle and a ferocious shot."