the clubs of the Premier League commemorated the coronation of King Carlos III playing the national anthem before the start of games on Saturday.
In the morning, Chelsea women’s striker Sam Kerr led the Australian delegation in the procession at the westminster abbey. Kerr carried the flag of his country as a member of the group that led the Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
He Tottenham broadcast live images of the coronation on the screens outside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for those attending the meeting before the Crystal Palace.
Like other local teams, the Tottenham indicated that players and officials will gather in the center circle to sing a rendition of the national anthem —“God Save the King”— before the start of the match.
Friday the Liverpool He confirmed that he will also play the national anthem, but acknowledged that “some fans have a strong opinion about it.” He said the league has contacted the clubs that will have home games and “strongly suggested” that they mark the historic moment.
followers of Liverpool booed the national anthem—formerly “God Save the Queen”— at the end of the FA Cup a year ago and in Community Shield in July due to what is perceived as long standing opposition to the institutions.
The Queen isabel II he was on the throne for seven decades until his death in September at the age of 96.
On Saturday five meetings of the Premier league. KerrAustralia’s top goalscorer, said on Friday that it was “a great honour” to be part of the delegation.