“Four places left in our LUFC U10 Girls for Season 18/19 starting in September, Matches Saturday AMs, Training Tuesday PMs - Come and join us”
Leighton United is privileged to be one of the nationally selected Wildcats Girls' Football Clubs in Bedfordshire to provide young girls with increased opportunities to play football as part of English FAs new nationwide football participation programme.
Sessions are free and open to girls of all experience and abilities.
Leighton United Wildcat U10 and U11 Also have places available in teams with qualified coaches. So its a great way to see if you enjoy it.
Please come along to a wildcat session or contact us for more information.
WHAT IS INVOLVED
- FA qualified coaches
- For Girls of all abilities aged 7 to 12
- School Years 2,3,4,5,6,7
A variety of games introducing principles of the game
- Multi sports equipment developing
- Ball control and dribbling
- Passing and Receiving
- Touch and Feel
- Mini Sided Games ensuring plenty of involvement and time with the ball
Players will need suitable outdoor clothing in layers to out on and take of depending on weather. Suitable footwear of trainers with grip, pimples or football boots must be worn. The ground is quite hard at this time of year so long stud football boots are likely to be uncomfortable. Trainers with grip maybe a good option.
If you have them please bring shin pads. We have a supply of shin pads that can be borrowed.
Please accompany your child bringing any suitable medication such as inhalers if required. The clubhouse will be open giving all visitors access to our facilities, toilets and tea bar for drinks and snacks.
Our aim is that by providing accessible football, we help girls to decide if they are keen to play in the future and help them find an environment suited to them. Open to all girls of all abilities, from those just starting out to others who already play in a team – by holding our sessions on a Saturday AM now that the Bedfordshire Girls Football League matches have finished, sessions will not interfere with any club training sessions and won’t an alternative for those involved in grassroots football already. It should however help girls to get more football, experience and attract new players to the game.
WHERE AFTER IF NOT LEIGHTON UNITED?
Whilst hosted at Leighton United session are open to all players of any clubs and through working with a wide variety of coaches across girls’ teams in Bedfordshire we also aim to connect girls who wish to play football next season to clubs and teams with places. Contact details for teams looking for players will be displayed in our club house.
For full details of the club, its philosophy for coaching and its policies please visit:
Updated 17:40 - 13 Jul 2018 by Matt Collins
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