LCFC Mini Kickers Session
Saturday 18th April for 10 Weeks (not including school holidays)
|9:30am to 10:30am
||4-6 Year Olds
|10:30am to 11:30am
||7-16 Year Olds (Girls Only)
There are only 24 spaces available
£35 for the 10 weeks, £3.50 per week
- LCFC Coaching sessions for 4-6 year olds introducing fundamental movement skills and football
- Coached by FA qualified LCFC coaches
- Limited places book now to avoid disappointment
- Visit from Filbert Fox
Course Address Details
- Guthlaxton College, Stadium Road, Wigston, Leicester, LE18 2DS
Leicester City Masters
Wednesday 8th July
Details are as below:
- Platinum Level £500 (10 per table) x 9 tables
- Includes two-course meal, meet and greet with the players, VIP tables in front of the stage and hostess service.
- Arrival for the Platinum package will be from 5.30pm, with dining in The Gallery – the Club’s only pitch facing restaurant.
- Gold Level £30 per ticket x 108 spaces entrance from 6pm
- Includes meet and greet with the players, VIP tables in front of the stage and hostess service.
- Silver Level £20 per ticket x 100 spaces entrance from 6pm
- Includes meet and greet with the players and reserved seating.
- Standing Level £10 per ticket x 300 spaces entrance from 6pm
Excitement is building for the LCFC Foxes Foundation’s first ever Leicester City Masters darts event at King Power Stadium on Thursday 7 May.
Foxes fan and professional darts player Jamie ‘Jabba’ Caven will be joined by a number of fellow pros alongside Leicester City stars and Club Ambassador Alan ‘The Birch’ Birchenall.
Jamie, Kevin ‘the Artist’ Painter, Ian ‘Diamond’ White and Terry ‘the Bull’ Jenkins will face off against each other in an exhibition match, with all proceeds going to the Foxes Foundation and their chosen charities for the 2014/15 season.
VIP packages for the night will allow you to mix with all of the professionals in their pre-match warm-up in the Keith Weller lounge, while Gold, Silver and Standing tickets are also available.
Anticipating a fantastic evening to come, Caven told Foxes Player: “It’s a great opportunity to come back to Leicester as I’m from here and my heart is here. It’s exciting and it’s something that we’re all looking forward to.
“There are four professional players coming down in total. Kevin Painter, Ian White, Terry Jenkins and myself. We’re looking at having a bit of fun and raising as much money as possible for the Foxes Foundation. It should be an enjoyable night for everyone.
“Darts is quite big at the moment. It’s going through a bit of a boom, but there’s something available for everyone, whether you’re a football fan or a darts fan. There are a lot of charities in the city and the country that will benefit from it.”
Caven launched the event this week at Belvoir Drive with the help of Andy King, Jamie Vardy, Matty James and James Pearson, who all faced ‘Jabba’ in a nine-dart challenge.
While many would have backed Caven for glory, it was King who emerged victorious, although he did throw three more darts than the PDC professional!
“Jamie Caven’s obviously head and shoulders above the rest of us but when it came to the knitty-gritty of adding the scores up, I finished top,” Academy graduate King told Foxes Player.
“We used to play at Vards’ (Jamie Vardy) house when we all used to live together so I think that stood us in good stead!
“Every opportunity we get to raise money for the LCFC Foxes Foundation is always going to be good. This is another one of those events that will be doing that.
“It’ll be near the end of the football season so it’s another chance for people to get down to King Power Stadium. I’m sure some of the players will be down there and I know a lot of the lads like their darts, whether that be watching it on TV or playing. It’s all for a good cause, which we’re all supporting.”
Birch will also be joining in and is hoping that all those that come down to show their support can recreate the famous darts atmosphere.
“There’s been all sorts happening over the past few years but this is a first for the LCFC Foxes Foundation – a fantastic darts event,” said Birch. “A local lad Jamie is going to be leading it for us so hopefully it will raise a lot of money.
“There will be plenty of mingling so it’ll be a bit of a social event as well which is great. We all watch the darts now. It’s a fantastic atmosphere so if we can carry that on at King Power Stadium that would be great. All the proceeds are going to the Foxes Foundation which is fantastic.”