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Opportunities for players aged U7 - U18

THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A MORE EXCITING TIME TO BE INVOLVED IN YOUTH FOOTBALL IN LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND

With an excellent network of local grassroots clubs, it has never been easier for children to be involved in playing football.

Whether it is a young player joining a mini soccer team on their first steps in to playing football, trying something new with Futsal or getting involved in a Kickabout session just for the enjoyment of playing, there is a level and opportunity for all.

Have a look over all the opportunities we have below to get involved in youth football.

Get In Touch

Shaun Waite 

Call: 0116 284 4951

Email: Shaun.Waite@leicestershirefa.com

Available: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm 

YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUES IN LEICESTERSHIRE & Rutland

Youth football is no longer just about replicating the adult game with 11 v 11 in far to big goals. New formats have been introduced to encourage more touches on the ball at an earlier age with a big emphasis on a young players development.

Youth Leagues

Contact:

Dawn Wapples

ldmflsecretary@gmail.com

0783 510 2378

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Contact:

Ian Bannister

ian@blabybullets.com

07814392208

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Contact:

Harry Lillystone

fixtures@foxesleague.com

0792 645 2696

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Contact:

Nigel Garner

ldsjl@live.co.uk

0750 543 3692

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Contact:

Kim Baker

lyl.generalsec@hotmail.com


0758 385 7762

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Contact:

Robert Holmes

robertholmes@leicssenior1.freeserve.co.uk

0782 645 2389

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GET INVOLVED

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YOUTH PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

WHY DO WE MAKE OUR KIDS PLAY LIKE ADULTS?

Let’s provide a safe and fun environment for young people to develop in football.

Leicestershire & Rutland FA encourage a modern, child-friendly approach to youth football, challenging the win-at-all-costs mentality that is stifling development and enjoyment for young people.

Working together with a proactive attitude, adults can help develop a better learning environment for young people that put their development needs at the centre of the process.

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