Raheem Sterling donates over $3 million in gears to Maverley Football Club


Maverley Hughenden Football Club have been given a boost in their preparation for the upcoming major league and other competitions following a donation of training kits, footballs and other items from the Jamaican-born England player , Raheem Sterling.

Raheem Sterling Foundation spokesperson Torie Haber said in conjunction with New Balance International that the Maverley-born player, who plies his trade in England, donated equipment and other gear worth over $3 million to the entity.

The donation was made at the football club’s community headquarters on Thursday, June 30.

Craig White, a well-known former National League player and now a member of the Maverley Hughenden FC coaching staff, congratulated Sterling on his move.

“I would like to send great praise and thanks and God keep covering it up, that is Mr. Raheem Sterling,” White said.

White said Sterling, over the years, continues to provide support in every way possible for youth development, especially at Maverley.

Last year, it was announced that Raheem Sterling and New Balance had teamed up to create a limited-edition football boot that pays homage to the England international’s Jamaican roots.

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