Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has become an investor in the Alpine Formula 1 team as part of a strategic deal led by investment firm APEX.
The right-back joins an impressive roster of high-profile sports figures acquiring stakes in the team, including Wrexham owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
Other notable investors include golfer Rory McIlroy, boxer Anthony Joshua, tennis star Alexander Zverev, NFL duo Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, and former footballer Juan Mata.
On his involvement, Alexander-Arnold said: “The opportunity is very exciting, F1 is growing massively worldwide and I look forward to contributing to that growth.”
“The sport brings together teamwork, pinpoint accuracy and innovation in a pressure-filled environment, these are aspects of my game we have in common.”
The Liverpool star is known to be a genuine F1 fan and regularly attends races when football allows.
His participation underlines the surging popularity of Formula 1 and the confidence in Alpine F1’s future growth as a brand.
Alexander-Arnold joins an impressive list of elite athletes acquiring stakes in the team in a strategic deal aimed at elevating their global profile and success.