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Exciting new venture for Leicester City Ladies
 Women's Football News 15 Jul 2014
 
Leicester City Ladies, established in 1966 providing girls, youth, senior football and the country's biggest inclusive section, is re-launching its football club prior to their 50th Anniversary at the end of the next season. 
 
With the new pyramid and Super League structure in women's football, Leicester City Ladies start their journey in the Midlands Division One. The club has launched a new project in which to attack Super League entrance in its forthcoming years.
 
Leicester City Ladies will now play their home matches at the next best facilities outside Leicester City FC in the capacity of a 4,000 all-seater stadium. Training facilities for players will be the best outside the Super League with new injury clinics, physiotherapy and sports science sections being built. Also good opportunities for players to build their football CV's with qualifications and development.
 
The players from age 7 will be the priority in reinvesting in our products and building from a core from our high level coaching to such things as the new gym areas for senior players when we are not training.
 
Women's football outside the elite divisions always struggles for finance and this is Leicester City Ladies' chance to self fund and having recently achieved charity status, the future is bright for the oldest women's club. Players have the chance to play for free through utilising the sponsorship and scholarships systems in place of now.
 
This is a brand new adventure for this sleeping giant of a club although things will happen slowly and in a correct manner. We invite all ambitious footballers and coaches to come and speak to the club and view this new venture.
 
There are many opportunities available for volunteers especially on the coaching side. Although these are voluntary roles, the opportunities and the facilities structure we look to offer the best to replace any worthwhile pocket money and make a working environment people thrive to be involved in.
 
This is probably the first venture of its kind in recent times and in the women's game and true football structure is the aim away from financial aims within the game. To make Leicester City Ladies a safe stable and exciting brand is the key and after 50 years, LCLFC has certainly earned its right within the women's game.
 
Please visit Leicester City Ladies' website at www.lclfc.co.uk or e-mail bring81cook@aol.com for more information. We invite all true footballing ambitious coaches, medical staff and players to contact us.
 
This is a brand new venture and will bring people on to our newly formed football-based action committee with new ideas which is also a key target for us.
 
Leicester City Ladies FC are now back in training on Tuesday and Thursdays with pre season matches started from July 13th. Please e-mail for more details.

 
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