The LCFC Community Trust is designed to inspire boys and girls from the local region to engage with football and to give them opportunities which they may not have received through other channels.
Over the 2017 Easter break, the highly-popular Football Camps visited Rawlins Academy, Holmes Park, Beaumont Leys High School, the Goals Soccer Centre, Newbridge High School and Elizabeth Park.
With each participant also receiving an official Leicester City Football Club certificate, the children are invited to engage in fun and productive sessions aimed to improve their understanding of key areas within the game.
Suitable for boys and girls aged between seven and 13 years-old, the Football Camps are held at a number of venues and cost £2.50 per course, or £20 for the full eight weeks.
During each course, experienced LCFC Community Trust coaches will teach youngsters a wide range of skills, helping them to improve their game – with a heavy focus each day on individual improvements for all participants.
As the courses progress, those who show excellent ability and attitude will have the opportunity to gain a trial with the Club’s Academy – a route Premier League winner Andy King and young left-back Ben Chilwell enjoyed.