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Aylestone Park Football Club

Incorporating: Aylestone Park (Seniors), Aylestone Park Youth,
Aylestone Park 94, Aylestone Park, Diamonds Youth F.C., Aylestone Park Girls F.C.

Tel: 0797 3995890   Email: enquiries@aylestoneparkfc.org.uk


Aylestone Park Football Club, Saffron Lane Leicester, LE2 6TG

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Function Room Enquiries: Please contact Stuart.
Football Club Enquiries: Please contact Matt.

Aylestone Park FC Latest News

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Kids Christmas Party

Saturday 22nd December.

Please see this flyer for all the exciting details.


Bob
Mon 3rd December 2018  
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With Christmas approaching why not order some Club Kit direct from the supplier. It can be delivered in a matter of days. Just click on the link kit catalogue and then click on the item you want to order select size and colour and your on your way .



Bob Stretton
Wed 28th November 2018  
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Christmas Fur and Feather Prize Bingo Night

Monday 17th December. 7:30 prompt

Please see this flyer for all the exciting details.


Bob
Tue 13th November 2018  
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Saturday Mornings, 9:30am-11:00am.

Please seen this flyer for full details.

Bob
Sat 13th October 2018  
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Please click here to view the Aylestone Park 50th Year Celebration Video. You can send us your comments, memories and stories from the video page too!.

Leader image for Aylestone Park 50th Year anniversay video

Bob
Mon 10th September 2018  

Artificial Turf Pitch Update

Aylestone Park Football Clubs new £700k Artificial Turf Pitch has been handed over by the contractors. The build has taken over 3 months and the resultant construction is one of the finest in the Midlands.
The pitch is a full sized 64mx100m 3rd Generation rubber crumb surface. It has a full floodlighting system installed. It also includes four quarter section markings for 7 a side training, a spectator area along the entire length of the pitch with covered stand and corporate designed dug outs for managers and substitutes.
As well as weekly training sessions it will be used for a variety of fixtures at weekends and mini soccer festivals.

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Who we are:

APFC Executives and Management

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Bob Stretton M.B.E.
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Club Chairman

As a founding member of the Club, for over 50 years Bob has successfully worked to provide first class youth and sporting facilities for the local community. In recognition for services to the community was awarded an M.B.E. in 1999.

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Andy Talbott
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Joined ’The Park‘ in 1980! as a player, got involved with the secretaries role towards the end of my playing days and was instrumental in the clubs progression to the Leicestershire Senior League, currently chairman of the senior section and a member of the clubs executive commitee.

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Ron Collins
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Vice President

Recently elected club Vice President, I played for the club 40 years ago. For the past 16 years I have been heavily involved with the club starting the original Mini Soccer Academy as well as coaching several teams. I oversee the Inclusive Section as well as running the Summer Funweek courses. More recently I have helped co-ordinate the Aimhigher Scheme.

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Matt Wormleighton
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Interim Vice Chair
1st Team and Under 21 Team Manager
I have been involved with Aylestone Park now for 7 years, starting off as a parent then moving on to help out with training and managing with the under 9’s youth team in 2009 and staying with them until the present day now playing at under 14. In 2011 I took on a second team at the club age under 8 and I trained and managed these for three years with some good memories and also helping two of the lads to become signed for Leicester City FC. I have enjoyed every minute coaching the lads so far and over the years the teams have made some great achievements, I also help out at Aylestone Park as much as I can and just recently I’ve been involved in helping the club secure funding for a full artificial 3G pitch to be installed at the club.

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Treasurer

We are awaiting bio information from Donna.

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Dennis Cotterill
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Trustee

I was asked to be involved in the club because of my extensive work in the Risk Management Area having worked for a Primary Health Trust H&S for 30 years. Amongst my main duties , as an independant officer of the club, are to review the clubs governance, policies and proceedures, assist in the preparation and submission of Charity Commission reports and Accounts, and assist with Capital Growth Grants.

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Stuart Bond
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New Clubhouse Steward

Stuart joined the club with the opening of the new facility in November 2010. He runs the social club with his business partner Steve Parker. They have worked together for nearly 20 years.

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Steve Cramp
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General Secretary of AP and AP94

I ran a team for eight years at Aylestone Park, before taking up the secretary role in 2000.

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Gen Secretary for Sat Mid Jnr Prem

Kelvin is our Gen Secretary for the Saturday Midland Junior Premier League.

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Karl Robinson
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APFC Mini Soccer Secretary
Under 9 94 Manager

I currently run our Level 3 under 9 94 side and this is our second full season. We are a committed, enthusiastic and football-loving group of young people who are keen to learn and flourish in mini football. I am a Level One FA Licensed Coach and was a fully qualified teacher of Secondary PE for 12 years. Developing the young person as a whole along with the technical and tactical understanding they need to learn the game is our main objective.

 

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Chris Atkinson
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Workforce Planning Officer

Having been involved in football for the last ten years I'm over the moon to start my new job at Aylestone Park. Having two sons one who plays at Aylestone, and one who plays and is a referee. I feel it's important to put something back into a club,that's only gets better and better. Over the the last ten years I have been a manager, coach, helper and of course a dad. And I see things from all sides. Without the hard work and help of all the volunteers,the players have no club. But we must remember that without the players, the volunteers are not needed. I'm looking forward to meeting and working with you all in the coming season.

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Lin Dempsey
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Safeguarding and Welfare Officer

I have recently become Aylestone Park's Club Welfare Officer and look forward to working in my new role. Some years ago my son was a coach for the club with the under 8's and the disability section. Now I am hoping my two very young grandsons will enjoy the excellent facilities provided by the club in the future.

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Groundscare

We are currently awaiting bio information.

Senior Section

Youth Section

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Under 16s (94) Manager

I have been managing this team since they were under 7s. This season we came runner up in the LCFC grassroots football tournament. Last year runner up in the Fleckney tournament. We are a team that likes playing fast flowing football and always play for the enjoyment with no pressure.

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Andy Ward
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Under 18s Midweek Floodlit Manager

We are currently awaiting bio information.

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Lee Haines
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Under 17s Youth Manager

I’m level FA level 2, and I work in sports coaching and I like to coach an attractive brand off football and will help develop players technical skills. My Assistant, Simon McMillan, is FA Level 1.

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Paul Hanna
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Under 15s Boys Manager
Under 8s Youth Manager

I have been at Aylestone park for a good few years now as a helper it's a great club and got the opportunity to become a Manager of the under 7's we train on a Tuesday 6 till 7 o'clock we are developing week by week and the kids are enjoying being a part of a team by bonding and becoming good friends.

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Under 15s Youth Manager
Under 15 Youth (Sat) Manager

Having representing Aylestone Park as a player from u-9 to first team senior captain at 16, the opportunity to return to the club to coach could not be turned down. Matt Cotes and I are hopefully developing a very competitive squad at u-13 and currently find ourselves competing in Midland Junior Premier division on Saturdays, having clinched the Leicester Sunday league division 1 title undefeated, as well as being finalists in the county cup.

Matt and I thrive on development through risk taking on the pitch as well as conducting ourselves as gentlemen off it. It's a pleasure to develop such a talented group at such a fantastic club.

Let's hope we can produce a pathway for our boys to senior level like I did all those years ago.

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Under 15s (94) Manager

I have been coaching football for almost 15 years, previously working at LCFC football in the community coached men‘s teams and and was coach at various youth teams as well. I am in my 5th season at Aylestone Park. I am FA qualified and some of my achievements at APFC are: division 3 champions undefeated division 2 champions undefeated. Asfordby Cup 2013 and 2014 winners Barrow Town 2011 winners.

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Under 14s Youth Manager
Under 14 (Sat) Manager
Under 14 (Sun) Manager

I joined Aylestone Park towards the end of 2008/09 season as assistant to Brandon Lewis, with the then AP Youth U12s. I am still currently part of that team, now in their final season at youth level (U18s). I joined the current U10s mid way through 2012/13 season as assistant manager. This season I have taken the hot-seat as manager and am really pleased with the exciting bunch of players I have in my team and how they have progressed. We currently have ten players in our squad, with six of them being selected in Leicester City’s development squads this season. My aim for the rest of the season is to have all of my squad at that level.

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Under 13 (Sat) Manager
Under 13 (Sun) Manager

We are awaiting bio information from Ray.

Junior Section

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Pierre Moroni
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Under 12s Youth Manager
Under 10s Youth Manager

I am FA qualified and have been involved in youth football coaching at a high level for the past 14 years. I have worked with children from 5yrs to 18yrs and been a coach with Aylestone Park FC for 4 successful years with the u18’s. As a gluton for punishment I have decided to take charge of the u7’s. Going full circle in helping a new crop of young players learn the game.

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Under 12s 94 Manager

I’ve coached for about 7yrs now, having played myself. After a accident (knee) stopped me. Having my son Elliot who plays and whom I coach, got me back into my first loved sport. I’ve been fortunate to have some success. I’m organised,hardworking and fun. This is my first season with Aylestone,who have been brilliant .. Will be here for years now!!!!

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Under 11s Youth Manager

We are currently awaiting bio information.

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Gary Willett
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Under 11s Boys Manager

This is my third season coaching here at Aylestone Park, from Under 7's to now Under 10's, after a strong season at under 9's we have been accepted to play up a year at under 11's for this coming season,

We also run Leicestershire Football Academy (LFA) on Saturdays from 12:30-13:30, LFA was created for boys and girls aged between 4-10 years old to play football in a none pressured, fun and safe environment. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

MiniSoccer Section

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Under 8s 94 Manager
Under 8s 94 Manager

Having played competitive football for a variety of teams, I jumped at the opportunity to help manage/coach Alyestone's next wave of young talent.

Looking forward to the oncoming season and hoping to develop a successful team, one which the lads really enjoy being part of! "

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Under 10s 94 Manager

We are currently awaiting bio information.

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Brandon Lewis
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Under 9s Youth Manager

Previously under 18 MJPL Manager & under 17 Youth Manager. I have been managing this team since U12 season were each season we have improved massively, last season at U15 we won the very tough Midland Junior Premier League in our first season, the Leicester League and Cup, we are thoroughly enjoying this season at 17s and long may in continue.

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Sam Godfrey
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Under 8s (Boys) Manager

We are currently awaiting bio information.

Minor Section

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Paul Bright
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Under 7 Boys Manager

We are currently awaiting bio information.

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Callum Kirkwood
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Under 7s Youth Manager

Initially taking my son to the AP youth academy it was evident a manager was needed to take a new U6 team on, having already completed my FA level 1 and relevant qualifications I decided to help out, I now have 9 eager boys who thrive on learning new things, the team have come on tremendously over the first 6 months and they have created an excellent bond with each other and new social group, with help from Stean at Halls electrics for providing the kit the lads are set to for the next couple of seasons. I like to create a fun, safe and engaging environment, I am thoroughly enjoying running the team and also currently taking my FA level 2 coaching badge.

Inclusive Section

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Inclusive Manager

This is my 3rd season running the inclusive section for Aylestone park. Since I have been here we have grown in numbers year by year and have improved year by year. We cater for ages 6 upto adult, we have a junior section, youth section, adult male and adult female section we offer friendly and a safe environment for people with disabilities and give them the opportunity to play football and have fun.

Contact me on 07854565857 or megomog9@hotmail.com

Community Section

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Leicester City Ladies Manager

Primary school teacher. Level 2 football & swimming coach. All usual needed FA qualifications. Secretary of LCLFC over 30 years.

Misc Section

Aylestone Park Football Club
Saffron Lane

Leicester
LE2 6TG
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The Social Club

The Social Club opened in 2010. The new clubhouse is an ideal venue for any party, whether it is a birthday party, wedding reception, christening, or a funeral wake. With the addition of the permanent marquee it can cater for functions of up to 170 people. It is also an ideal facility for any conference, meeting room, exhibition or event.

Function Room: Ideal for parties of up to 170 & with plenty of dance floor space.
Conferences: We can cater for conferences of up to 100 depending on the required layout.
Bouncy castles: great for kids parties with facilities for indoor or outdoor castles. We can provide them or you are welcome to provide your own.
Parking: There is secure onsite parking for up to 100 cars. Vehicles can be left overnight & the premises are locked overnight.
Location: Ideally located just 5 minutes from the M1 & M69 motorways.
Catering: We offer a comprehensive catering service ranging from basic buffets to table service three course meals. Alternatively, you are welcome to provide your own catering.
DJ: We offer our own house D.J. or you are welcome to provide your own D.J.
Summer Time: It is a great venue at this time of year with a large garden area & plenty of room for bouncy castles.
Disabled facilities: The Clubhouse offers easy access with disabled facilities.

If you would like to view some examples of party layouts you can go to YouTube & type ”Aylestone Park FC“.

To make a booking or for more information please call Stuart on 07973 995890.

Interesting things coming up at Aylestone Park Youth Football Club.


Unfortunately there are no future events available for display at this time.

The History of Aylestone Park Youth Football Club

Aylestone Park Football Club was founded in 1968 by a group of boys from a local Methodist Church Youth Club. The Club joined the Leicestershire Youth League playing in the Under 18 division. Within three years there were five teams at various age groups based on Aylestone Park Recreation Ground.

In 1972 the club leased five acres of land from the Leicester City Council which was ideally situated at the centre of two large council estates and a large private housing estate, providing for the sporting and social needs for young people in the community.

The ground was originally agricultural land, but with the aid of a small grant from the Sports Council and the fund-raising efforts of the boys themselves it was leveled and cultivated for two football pitches.

In 1973 the club moved to its new site on Dorset Avenue .A wooden construction provided four changing rooms, no showers or heating but it was the clubs own.

In 1974 with eight teams registered with the County F.A. we undertook to install floodlights, the first non league floodlights in the County. Our first match under the floodlights was between Nottingham Boys and an Aylestone Park Team. It was played in front of the then England manager Don Revie . In our team that night was one of our most successful old boys, the former England Captain Gary Lineker OBE , now an Aylestone Park Old Boy, Club President and an interested supporter of the Club.

We are a dynamic club and our success and development is not limited to the football field. Over the next 10 years we added to the original wooden hut showers, a tea room, and a small games room for the boys to use in connection with our affiliation to the Leicestershire Association of Boys Club. The existing changing rooms were converted to form an open plan multi function room which were used for the many activities associated with Young People’s social needs. In 1984 we leased an additional 3.7 acres of land to provide further pitches for our ever expanding number of activities and teams.

In 1992, in recognition of the community needs were providing, we were able to secure an additional 6.6 acres of land from the Leicester City Council with a 28 year lease bringing the total playing area to 13 acres, comprising six football pitches, two floodlit, and two floodlit training areas.

With this security and the extra land we undertook our next major project, the building of a new club house with showers, changing rooms, games room and function room at a cost of £180,000.00 a tremendous target for us to achieve but with funds awarded from all the major Grant Aid Bodies and our club members raising £35,000 we were delighted in May 1994 to invite the Lord Mayor of Leicester, Margret Bell, a previous General Secretary of our Club, to open our new Clubhouse.

In 1995 we applied to the Sports Council for funding to install a comprehensive drainage system throughout the ground to ensure pitch quality over the Winter months. We were successful and in the summer of our 1996 we installed the drainage at a cost of £28,000.

By 1997 we commenced our next project, the upgrading of our floodlights, our project was submitted with a concept of having the lights mounted on a rotating bracket which allowed us to turn the lights through 360’ to illuminate not only main the main pitches but training areas at the rear and sides of the pitches, all from three columns. The new lights gave a much better quality of light and were more cost effective. So impressed were the Sports Council with our application that we obtained a 75% grant, and the lights were installed in 1998.

In 2000 we were awarded our Football Association Charter Club Status acknowledging the standards not only achieved on the pitch but also the administration of the club and implementation of National Policy relating to Child Protection and Health and Safety.

In 2003 we were awarded Community Club Status, the first of many Leicester City based clubs to have achieved this most prestigious accolade.

By 2006 our club expanded to such an extent that we had eighteen youth teams playing in local leagues, a youth Academy attended by an average of 70 children aged 6 to 10 every Saturday morning. We were now providing facilities for the recreational and social needs of 400 young people a week.

The ground was now used Tuesday to Thursday for evening training and floodlit matches. The Leicestershire Schools F.A. and Youth League representative sides also use our ground for inter county representative matches. We formed partnerships with Leicester City Ladies , Leicester Grammar School and Stoneygate School who used our ground for afternoon training and matches Monday to Fridays.

Over the years our ground has been used by The Fosse Day Centre for People with disabilities, The Special Needs European Championships, The Victims of Crime Support Scheme, The Royal Society for the Blind, British Heart Foundation, and Special Needs Sports.

As part of our development we were asked to form an Inclusive Section for young people with Physical and Learning Difficulties. Again we were the first Leicestershire Club to have its own Inclusive Section catering for the sporting needs of 30 members each Friday Evening.

In 2007 Leicester City Council submitted an ambitious bid to the Football Foundation to build a network of football hubs across the city, Aylestone Park FC were selected to partner the project at Linwood Playing Fields, an unused former school playing field bordering our existing ground. As part of the offer development so the offer of a new ground was tinted with sadness but after some constructive discussions the deal was signed and in November 2009 the club made preparations for the move.

With the management committee’s experience of running a private ground the club were able, with Council officers, to design a ground which would enable us to offer our members and partners the best facilities possible. A six changing room pavilion, club room, two grass floodlit pitches and 42 space car park.

The club added £240k to the contributions from the Football Foundation and Council which enabled the installation of drainage to the two main floodlit pitches levelling of playing surfaces, an extension to the club room to replicated the size of the one at Dorset Avenue,. We installed a stand, dug outs, irrigation system, post and rail pitch barriers. In November 2010 we moved onto our new facility.

Never a club to stand still in early 2014 and application was made to the FA and Premier League Facilities Fund to fund a full size 3g floodlit pitch. The club raised a contribution of £190K towards the construction. A partnership was arranged with a nearby FE college for daytime use, ensuring the financial viability of the project over the next 10 years. The application was evaluated and approved within six months.

In December 2014 work commenced and construction was opened in April 2015, providing an all year round training and playing facility for the 42 club and partner teams. We are also able to share this facility with our College and school partners as well as Leicester City Football in the Community and 10 community teams.

This venture committed the club to raising £25k a year to re carpet the pitch in 2024, a significant challenge to the business plan of the club, but one that the trustees are confident can be achieved ahead of this deadline.

Our workforce of 64 active volunteers management committee, Club offices and Trustees have created a legacy to be proud of in its achievements a club run by the community for the benefit of the community.

Source: Aldershot Boys Code of Conduct.

A Code of Conduct For Football.

Football is the national game. All those involved with the game at every level and whether as a player, match official, coach, owner or administrator, have a responsibility, above and beyond compliance with the law, to act according to the highest standards of integrity, and to ensure that the reputation of the game is, and remains, high. This code applies to all those involved in football under the auspices of The Football Association.

Community
Football, at all levels, is a vital part of a community. Football will take into account community feeling when making decisions.

Equality
Football is opposed to discrimination of any form and will promote measures to prevent it, in whatever form,from being expressed.

Participants
Football recognises the sense of ownership felt by those who participate at all levels of the game. This includes those who play, those who coach or help in any way, and those who officiate, as well as administrators and supporters. Football is committed to appropriate consultation.

Young People
Football acknowledges the extent of its influence over young people and pledges to set a positive example.

Propriety
Football acknowledges that public confidence demands the highest standards of financial and administrative behaviour within the game, and will not tolerate corruption or improper practices

Trust and Respect
Football will uphold a relationship of trust and respect between all involved in the game, whether they are individuals, clubs or other organisations.

Violence
Football rejects the use of violence of any nature by anyone involved in the game.

Fairness
Football is committed to fairness in its dealings with all involved in the game.

Integrity and Fair Play
Football is committed to the principle of playing to win consistent with Fair Play.

Code of Conduct for Coaches.

Coaches are key to the establishment of ethics in football. Their concept of ethics are their attitude directly affects the behaviour of players under their supervision. Coaches are, therefore, expected to pay particular care to the moral aspect of their conduct. Coaches have to be aware that almost all of their everyday decisions and choices of actions, as well as strategic targets, have ethical implications. It is natural that winning constitutes a basic concern for coaches. This code is not intended to conflict with that. However, the code calls for coaches to disassociate themselves from a ’win-at-all-costs’ attitude.

Increased responsibility is requested from coaches involved in coaching young people. The health, safety, welfare and moral education of young people are a first priority, before the achievement or the reputation of the club, school, coach or parent.

Set out below is The F.A. Coaches Association Code of Conduct (which reflects the standards expressed by the National Coaching Foundation and the National Association of Sports Coaches) which forms the benchmark for all involved in coaching:

1.Coaches must respect the rights, dignity and worth of each and every person and treat each equally within the context of the sport.

2.Coaches must place the well-being and safety of each player above all other considerations, including the development of performance.

3.Coaches must adhere to all guidelines laid down by governing bodies.

4.Coaches must develop an appropriate working relationship with each player based on mutual trust and respect.

5.Coaches must not exert undue influence to obtain personal benefit or reward.

6.Coaches must encourage and guide players to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance.

7.Coaches must ensure that the activities they direct or advocate are appropriate for the age, maturity, experience and ability of players.

8.Coaches should, at the outset, clarify with the players (and, where appropriate, parent) exactly what is expected of them and also what they are entitled to expect from their coach.

9.Coaches must co-operate fully with other specialists (e.g. other coaches, officials, sports scientists, doctors, physiotherapists) in the best interests of the player.

10.Coaches must always promote the positive aspects of the sport (e.g. fair play) and never condone violations of the Laws of the Game, behaviour contrary to the spirit of the Laws of the Game or relevant rules and regulations or the use of prohibited substances or techniques.

11.Coaches must consistently display high standards of behaviour and appearance.

12.Coaches must not use or tolerate inappropriate language.

Code of Conduct for Players.

Players are the most important people in the sport. Playing for the team, and for the team to win, is the most fundamental part of the game. But not winning at any cost: Fair Play and respect for all others in the game is fundamentally important.

This Code focuses on players involved in top-class football. Nevertheless, the key concepts in the Code are valid for players at all levels.

Obligations towards the game
A player should:
1.Make every effort to develop their own sporting abilities, in terms of skill, technique, tactics and stamina.

2.Give maximum effort and strive for the best possible performance during a game, even if his team is in a position where the desired result has already been achieved.

3.Set a positive example for others, particularly young players and supporters.

4.Avoid all forms of gamesmanship and time-wasting.

5.Always have regard for the best interests of the game, including where publicly expressing an opinion on the game and any particular aspect of it, including others involved in the game.

6.Not use inappropriate language.

Obligations towards one’s own team
A player should:
1.Make every effort consistent with Fair Play and the Laws of the Game to help his own team win.

2.Resist any influence which might, or might be seen to, bring into question his commitment to the team winning.

Respect for the Laws of the Game and competition rules
A player should:
1.Know and abide by the Laws, rules and spirit of the game, and the competition rules.

2.Accept success and failure, victory and defeat, equally.

3.Resist any temptation to take banned substances or use banned techniques.

Respect towards Opponents
A player should:
1.Treat opponents with due respect at all times, irrespective of the result of the game.

2.Safeguard the physical fitness of opponents, avoid violence and rough play, and help injured opponents.

Respect towards the Match Officials
A player should:
1.Accept the decision of the Match Official without protest.

2.Avoid words or actions which may mislead a Match Official.

3.Show due respect towards Match Officials.

Respect towards Team Officials
A player should:
1.Abide by the instructions of their Coach and Team Officials, provided they do not contradict the spirit of this Code.

2.Show due respect towards the Team Officials of the opposition.

Obligations towards the Supporters
A player should:
1.Show due respect to the interests of supporters.

Code of Conduct for Officials.

This Code applies to all team / club officials (although some items may not apply to all officials).

Obligations towards the Game
The team official should:
1. Set a positive example for others, particularly young players and supporters.

2. Promote and develop his own team having regard to the interest of the Players, Supporters and reputation of the national game.

3. Share knowledge and experience when invited to do so, taking into account the interest of the body that has requested this rather than personal interests.

4. Avoid all forms of gamesmanship.

5. Show due respect to Match Officials and others involved in the game.

6. Always have regard for the best interests of the game, including where publicly expressing an opinion of the game and any particular aspect of it, including others involved in the game.

7. Not use or tolerate inappropriate language.

Obligations towards the Team
The team official should:
1. Make every effort to develop the sporting, technical and tactical levels of the club/team, and to obtain the best results for the team, using all permitted means.

2. Give priority to the interests of the team over individual interests.

3. esist all illegal or unsporting influences, including banned substances and techniques.

4. Promote ethical principles.

5. Show due respect for the interests of the players, coaches and officials, their own club/team and others.

Obligations towards the Supporters
The team official should:
1. Show due respect for the interests of supporters.

Respect towards the Match Officials
A team official should:
1. Accept the decisions of the Match Official without protest.

2. Avoid words or actions which may mislead a Match Official.

3. Show due respect towards Match Officials

Code of Conduct for Parents/Spectators.

Parents / Spectators have a great influence on children’s enjoyment and success in football. All children play football because they first and foremost love the game: it’s fun. It is important to remember that however good a child becomes at football within your club it is important to reinforce the message to parents / spectators that positive encouragement will contribute to:

1. Children enjoying football.

2. A sense of personal achievement.

3. Self-esteem.

4. Improving the child’s skills and techniques.

A parent’s / spectator’s expectations and attitudes have a significant bearing on a child’s attitude towards:

1. Other players.

2. Officials.

3. Managers.

4. Spectators.

Ensure that parents / spectators within your club are always positive and encouraging towards all of the children not just their own.

Encourage parents / spectators to:

1. Applaud the opposition as well as your own team.

2. Avoid coaching the child during the game.

3. Not to shout and scream.

4. Respect the referee’s decision.

5. Give attention to each of the children involved in football not just the most talented.

6. Give encouragement to everyone to participate in football.

Ensure that parents / spectators within the club agree and adhere to the club’s Code of Conduct and Child Protection Policy.

Aylestone Park Youth Football Club Policies

Football Club Safeguarding Children Policy


1.Aylestone Park Football Club acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of every child and young person who has been entrusted to its care and is committed to working to provide a safe environment for all members.  A child or young person is anyone under the age of 18 engaged in any club football activity. We subscribe to The Football Association’s (The FA) Safeguarding Children

– Policy and Procedures and endorse and adopt the Policy Statement contained in that document.


2. The key principles of The FA Safeguarding Children Policy are that:
• the child’s welfare is, and must always be, the paramount consideration
• all children and young people have a right to be protected from abuse regardless of their age, gender, disability, race, sexual orientation, faith or belief
• all suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately
• working in partnership with other organisations,
• children and young people and their parents/carers is essential.

We acknowledge that every child or young person who plays or participates in football should be able to take part in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from poor practice and abuse.  Aylestone Park Football Club recognises that this is the responsibility of every adult involved in our club.


3. Aylestone Park Football Club has a role to play in safeguarding the welfare of all children and young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying. It is noted and accepted that The Football Association’s Safeguarding Children Regulations (see The FA Handbook) applies to everyone in football whether in a paid or voluntary capacity. This means whether you are a volunteer, match official, helper on club tours, football coach, club official or medical staff.


4. We endorse and adopt The FA’s Responsible Recruitment guidelines for recruiting volunteers and we will:

• Specify what the role is and what tasks it involves
• Request identification documents
• As a minimum meet and chat with the applicant(s) and where possible interview people before appointing them
• Ask for and follow up with 2 references before appointing someone
• Require an FA DBS Enhanced Disclosure where appropriate in line with FA policy.


All current Aylestone Park Football Club members who are regularly caring for, supervising, training or being in sole charge of children and young people will be required to complete a DBS Enhanced Disclosure via The FA DBS Unit1.


If there are concerns regarding the appropriateness of an individual who is already involved or who has approached us to become part of Aylestone Park Football Club guidance will be sought from The Football Association. It is noted and accepted that The FA will consider the relevance and significance of the information obtained via The FA DBS Unit Enhanced Disclosure and that all decisions will be made in the best interests of children and young people.


It is accepted that The FA aims to prevent people with a history of relevant and significant offending from having contact with children or young people and the opportunity to influence policies or practice with children or young people. This is to prevent direct sexual or physical harm to children and to minimise the risk of ‘grooming’ within football.


5. Aylestone Park Football Club supports The FA’s Whistle blowing Policy. Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague can ‘whistle blow’ by contacting The FA Safeguarding Team on 0844 980 8200 4787, by writing to The FA Case Manager at The Football Association, Wembley Stadium, PO Box 1966, London SW10 9EQ or alternatively by going direct to the Police, Children’s Social Care or the NSPCC.


Aylestone Park Football Club encourages everyone to know about it and utilise it if necessary.


6. Aylestone Park Football Club has appointed a Club Welfare Officer in line with The FA’s role profile and required completion of the Safeguarding Children and Welfare Officers Workshop. The post holder will be involved with Welfare Officer training provided by The FA and/or County FA. The Club Welfare Officer is the first point of contact for all club members regarding concerns about the welfare of any child or young person.  The Club Welfare Officer will liaise directly with the County FA (CFA) Welfare Officer and will be familiar with the procedures for referring any concerns. They will also play a proactive role in increasing awareness of Respect, poor practice and abuse amongst club members.

7. We acknowledge and endorse The FA’s identification of bullying as a category of abuse. Bullying of any kind is not acceptable at our club. If bullying does occur, all players or parents/carers should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly. Incidents need to be reported to the Club Welfare Officer in cases of serious bullying the CFA Welfare Officer may be contacted.


8. Respect codes of conduct for Players, Parents/ Spectators, Officials and Coaches have been implemented by Aylestone Park Football Club. In order to validate these Respect codes of conduct the club has clear actions it will take regarding repeated or serious misconduct at club level and acknowledges the possibility of potential sanctions which may be implemented by the County FA in more serious circumstances.


9. Reporting your concerns about the welfare of a child or young person. Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility if you are worried about a child it is important that you report your concerns – no action is not an option.


i. If you are worried about a child then you need to report your concerns to the Club Welfare Officer.

ii. If the issue is one of poor practice the Club Welfare Officer will either:

• deal with the matter themselves or

• seek advice from the CFA Welfare Officer

iii. If the concern is more serious – possible child abuse, where possible, contact the CFA Welfare Officer first, then immediately contact the Police or Children’s Social Care.

iv. If the child needs immediate medical treatment take them to a hospital or call an ambulance and tell them this is a child protection concern. Let your Club Welfare Officer know what action you have taken, they in turn will inform the CFA Welfare Officer.

v. If at any time you are not able to contact your Club Welfare Officer or the matter is clearly serious then you can either:

• contact your CFA Welfare Officer directly

• contact the Police or Children’s Social Care

• call the NSPCC 24 hour Helpline for advice on 0808 800 5000 or text 88858 or email help@nspcc.org.uk


NB – The FA’s Safeguarding Children Policy and Procedures are available via www.TheFA.com/Footballsafe – click on the ‘downloads’ under Policy and Procedures. The policy outlines in detail what to do if you are concerned about the welfare of a child and includes flow diagrams which describe this process. How to make a referral is also covered in the Safeguarding Children workshop. Participants are given the opportunity to discuss how this feels and how best they can prepare themselves to deal with such a situation.

For more information on this workshop contact your County Welfare Officer.


10. Further advice on Safeguarding Children matters can be obtained from:


Mr Robert Stretton

Tel:07847314660

Email: robert.stretton@ntlworld.com


County Football Association’s Welfare Officer

Sarah Titmus

Tel: 0116 284 5936x

Email: Sarah.titmus@leicestershireFa.com


• www.TheFA.com/Footballsafe

• Emailing – Footballsafe@TheFA.com

• The FA Safeguarding Children general enquiry

line 0845 210 8080

1 The policy on DBS Enhanced Disclosures will be subject to change, in light of relevant legislation. Further information will be provided on this via TheFA.com and via the County FA Welfare Officers.

Aylestone Park Football Club Protection Policy


1. About this Policy
1.1. This Policy is to help clubs, County Football Associations and football leagues deal with data protection matters internally. This should be kept with other club / County Football Association / football league policies and a copy should be given (or made available) to all staff members, volunteers and others who come into contact with personal data during the course of their involvement with the club / County Football Association / football league.
1.2. Aylestone Park Football Club, ( APFC) handle personal data about current, former, and on occasion prospective players [and their parents or guardians], employees, volunteers, committee members, other referees, coaches, managers, contractors, third parties, suppliers, and any other individuals that we communicate with.
1.3. In your official capacity with APFC, you may process personal data on our behalf and we will process personal data about you. We recognise the need to treat all personal data in an appropriate and lawful manner, in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).
1.4. Correct and lawful treatment of this data will maintain confidence by APFC, and protect the rights of players and any other individuals associated with the APFC. This Policy sets out our data protection responsibilities and highlights the obligations of APFC, which means the obligations of our employees, committee, volunteers, members, and any other contractor or legal or natural individual or organisation acting for or on behalf of APFC
1.5. You are obliged to comply with this policy when processing personal data on behalf of the APFC, and this policy will help you to understand how to handle personal data.
1.6. APFC will be responsible for ensuring compliance with this Policy. Any questions about this Policy or data protection concerns should be referred to the committee.
1.7. We process volunteer, member, referee, coach, manager, contractor, committee, supplier and third party personal data for administrative APFC management purposes. Our purpose for holding this personal data is to be able to contact relevant individuals on APFC business and our legal basis for processing your personal data in this way is the contractual relationship we have with you. We will keep this data for six months after the end of your official relationship with APFC, unless required otherwise by law and / or regulatory requirements. If you do not provide your personal data for this purpose, you will not be able to carry out your role or the obligations of your contract with the APFC
1.8. All the key definitions under GDPR can be found here.

2. What we need from you
2.1. To assist with our compliance with GDPR we will need you to comply with the terms of this policy. We have set out the key guidance in this section but please do read the full policy carefully.
2.2. Please help us to comply with the data protection principles (set out briefly in section 3 of this policy and in further detail below):
2.2.1. please ensure that you only process data in accordance with our transparent processing as set out in our Privacy notice;
2.2.2. please only process personal data for the purposes for which we have collected it (i.e. if you want to do something different with it then please speak to Bob Stretton first;
2.2.3. please do not ask for further information about players and / or members and / or staff and / or volunteers without first checking with Bob Stretton;
2.2.4. if you are asked to correct an individual’s personal data, please make sure that you can identify that individual and, where you have been able to identify them, make the relevant updates on our records and systems;
2.2.5. please comply with our retention periods listed in our Privacy Notice and make sure that if you still have information which falls outside of those dates, that you delete/destroy it securely;
2.2.6. please treat all personal data as confidential. If it is stored in electronic format then please consider whether the documents themselves should be password protected or whether your personal computer is password protected and whether you can limit the number of people who have access to the information. Please also consider the security levels of any cloud storage provider (and see below). If it is stored in hard copy format then please make sure it is locked away safely and is not kept in a car overnight or disposed of in a public place;
2.2.7. if you are looking at using a new electronic system for the storage of information, please talk to Bob Stretton first so that we can decide whether such a system is appropriately secure and complies with GDPR;
2.2.8. if you are planning on sharing personal data with anybody new or with a party outside the FA structure then please speak to Bob Stretton before doing so who will be able to check that the correct contractual provisions are in place and that we have a lawful basis to share the information;
2.2.9. if you receive a subject access request (or you think somebody is making a subject access request for access to the information we hold on them) then please tell [insert name] as soon as possible because we have strict timelines in which to comply;
2.2.10. if you think there has been a data breach (for example you have lost personal data or a personal device which contains personal data or you have been informed that a coach has done so, or you have sent an email and open copied all contacts in) then please speak to Bob Stretton who will be able to help you to respond.

3. Data protection principles
3.1. Anyone processing personal data must comply with the enforceable principles of data protection. Personal data must be:
3.1.1. processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner;
3.1.2. collected for only specified, explicit and legitimate purposes;
3.1.3. adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purpose(s) for which it is processed;
3.1.4. accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date;
3.1.5. kept in a form which permits identification of individuals for no longer than is necessary for the purpose(s) for which it is processed;
3.1.6. processed in a manner that ensures its security by appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage;
3.2. We are responsible for and must be able to demonstrate compliance with the data protection principles listed above.

4. Fair and lawful processing
4.1. This Policy aims to ensure that our data processing is done fairly and without adversely affecting the rights of the individual.
4.2. Lawful processing means data must be processed on one of the legal bases set out in the GDPR. When special category personal data is being processed, additional conditions must be met.

5. Processing for limited purposes
5.1. APFC collects and processes personal data. This is data we receive directly from an individual and data we may receive from other sources.
5.2. We will only process personal data for the purposes of the APFC] as instructed by the committee, the County FA or The FA, or as specifically permitted by the GDPR. We will let individuals know what those purposes are when we first collect the data or as soon as possible thereafter.

6. Consent
6.1. One of the lawful bases on which we may be processing data is the individual’s consent.
6.2. An individual consents to us processing their personal data if they clearly indicate specific and informed agreement, either by a statement or positive action.
6.3. Individuals must be easily able to withdraw their consent at any time and withdrawal must be promptly honoured. Consents should be refreshed every season.
6.4. Explicit consent is usually required for automated decision-making and for cross-border data transfers, and for processing special category personal data. Where children are involved then the consent must be in writing from parent/guardian
6.5. Where consent is our legal basis for processing, we will need to keep records of when and how this consent was captured.
6.6. Our Privacy Notice sets out the lawful bases on which we process data of our players and members.

7. Notifying individuals
7.1. Where we collect personal data directly from individuals, we will inform them about:
7.1.1. the purpose(s) for which we intend to process that personal data;
7.1.2. the legal basis on which we are processing that personal data;
7.1.3. where that legal basis is a legitimate interest, what that legitimate interest is;
7.1.4. where that legal basis is statutory or contractual, any possible consequences of failing to provide that personal data;
7.1.5. the types of third parties, if any, with which we will share that personal data, including any international data transfers;
7.1.6. their rights as data subjects, and how they can limit our use of their personal data;
7.1.7. the period for which data will be stored and how that period is determined;
7.1.8. any automated decision-making processing of that data and whether the data may be used for any further processing, and what that further processing is.
7.2. If we receive personal data about an individual from other sources, we will provide the above information as soon as possible and let them know the source we received their personal data from;
7.3. We will also inform those whose personal data we process that we, APFC are the data controller in regard to that data, and which individual(s) in APFC are responsible for data protection.

8. Adequate, relevant and non-excessive processing
8.1. We will only collect personal data that is required for the specific purpose notified to the individual.
8.2. You may only process personal data if required to do so in your official capacity with the APFC]. You cannot process personal data for any reason unrelated to your duties.
8.3. APFC] must ensure that when personal data is no longer needed for specified purposes, it is deleted or anonymised.

9. Accurate data
9.1. We will ensure that personal data we hold is accurate and kept up to date. We will check the accuracy of any personal data at the point of collection and at the start of each season. We will take all reasonable steps to destroy or amend inaccurate or out-of-date data.

10. Timely processing
10.1 We will not keep personal data longer than is necessary for the purpose(s) for which they were collected. We will take all reasonable steps to destroy or delete data which is no longer required, as per our Privacy Notice.

11. Processing in line with data subjects’ rights
11.1. As data subjects, all individuals have the right to:
11.1.1. be informed of what personal data is being processed;
11.1.2. request access to any data held about them by a data controller;
11.1.3. object to processing of their data for direct-marketing purposes (including profiling);
11.1.4. ask to have inaccurate or incomplete data rectified;
11.1.5. be forgotten (deletion or removal of personal data);
11.1.6. restrict processing;
11.1.7. data portability; and
11.1.8. not be subject to a decision which is based on automated processing.
11.2. APFC is aware that not all individuals’ rights are absolute, and any requests regarding the above should be immediately reported to the committee, and if applicable escalated to the [County FA/ FA] for guidance.

12. Data security
12.1. We will take appropriate security measures against unlawful or unauthorised processing of personal data, and against the accidental loss of, or damage to, personal data.
12.2. We have proportionate procedures and technology to maintain the security of all personal data.
12.3. Personal data will only be transferred to another party to process on our behalf (a data processor) where we have a GDPR-compliant written contract in place with that data processor.
12.4. We will maintain data security by protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the personal data.
12.5. Our security procedures include:
12.5.1. Entry controls. Any stranger seen in entry-controlled areas should be reported.
12.5.2. Secure desks, cabinets and cupboards. Desks and cupboards should be locked if they hold personal data.
12.5.3. Methods of disposal. Paper documents should be shredded. Digital storage devices should be physically destroyed.
12.5.4. Equipment. Screens and monitors must not show personal data to passers-by, and should be locked when unattended. Excel spreadsheets will be password protected.
12.5.5. Personal Devices. Anyone accessing or processing APFC’s personal data on their own device, must have and operate a password only access or similar lock function, and should have appropriate anti-virus protection. These devices must have APFC’s personal data removed prior to being replaced by a new device or prior to such individual ceasing to work with or support APFC.

13. Disclosure and sharing of personal information
13.1. We share personal data with the County FA and The FA, and with applicable leagues using Whole Game System.
13.2. We may share personal data with third part ies or suppliers for the services they provide, and instruct them to process our personal data on our behalf as data processors. Where we share data with third parties, we will ensure we have a compliant written contract in place incorporating the minimum data processer terms as set out in the GDPR, which may be in the form of a supplier’s terms of service.
13.3. We may share personal data we hold if we are under a duty to disclose or share an individual’s personal data in order to comply with any legal obligation, or in order to enforce or apply any contract with the individual or other agreements; or to protect our rights, property, or safety of our employees, players, other individuals associated with APFC or others.

14. Transferring personal data to a country outside the EEA
14.1. We may transfer any personal data we hold to a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA), provided that one of the appropriate safeguards applies.

15. Reporting a personal data breach
15.1. In the case of a breach of personal data, we may need to notify the applicable regulatory body and the individual.
15.2. If you know or suspect that a personal data breach has occurred, inform a member of the committee immediately, who may need to escalate to the County FA/ FA]as appropriate. You should preserve all evidence relating to a potential personal data breach.

16. Dealing with subject access requests
16.1. Individuals may make a formal request for information we hold about them. Anyone who receives such a request should forward it to the board/committee immediately, and where necessary escalated to the County FA/ FA for guidance. Nobody should feel bullied or pressured into disclosing personal information.
16.2. When receiving telephone enquiries, we will only disclose personal data if we have checked the caller's identity to make sure they are entitled to it.

17. Accountability
17.1. APFC must implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to look after personal data, and is responsible for, and must be able to demonstrate compliance with the data protection principles.
17.2. APFC must have adequate resources and controls in place to ensure and to document GDPR compliance, such as:
17.2.1. providing fair processing notice to individuals at all points of data capture;
17.2.2. training committee and volunteers on the GDPR, and this Data Protection Policy; and
17.2.3. reviewing the privacy measures implemented by the APFC].

18. Changes to this policy
18.1. We reserve the right to change this policy at any time. Where appropriate, we will notify you by email.
  • Aylestone Park Football Club is responsible for setting standards and values to apply throughout the club at every level. Football belongs to and should be enjoyed by everyone, equally. Our commitment is to confront and eliminate discrimination whether by reason of sex, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or disability.
  • Equality of opportunity at Aylestone Park Football Club means that in all our activities we will not discriminate or in any way treat anyone less favourably, on grounds of sex, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or disability.
  • This includes:
     -  the advertisement for volunteers;
     -  the selection of candidates for volunteers;
     -  courses;
     -  external coaching and education activities and awards;
     -  football development activities;
     -  selection for teams;
     -  appointments to honorary positions.

  • Aylestone Park Football club will not tolerate sexual or racially based harassment or other discriminatory behaviour, whether physical or verbal, and will work to ensure that such behaviour is met with appropriate action in whatever context it occurs.

  • Aylestone Park Football Club is committed to the development of the programme of ongoing training and awareness raising events and activities, in order to promote the eradication of discrimination within its own organisation, and within football as a whole.
  • Aylestone Park Football Club is committed to a policy of equal treatment of all members and requires all members of whatever level or authority, to abide and adhere to this general principles and the requirements of the Codes of Practice issued by Equal Opportunities Commission and Commission for Racial Equality.
  • All members are expected to abide by the requirements of the Race Relations Act 1976, Sex Discrimination Act 1986 and Disability Discrimination Act 1995. Specifically discrimination is prohibited by:
     -  Treating any individual on grounds of gender, colour, marital status, race, nationality or ethnic or national origin, religion, sexual orientation or disability less favourably than others.
     -  Expecting an individual solely on the grounds stated above to comply with requirement(s) for any reason whatsoever related to their membership, which are different from the requirements for others.
     -  Imposing on an individual requirements which are in effect more onerous on that individual than they are no others. For example, this would include applying a condition which makes it more difficult for members of a particular race or sex to comply than others not of that race or sex.
     -  Victimisation or an individual.
     -  Harassment of an individual, by virtue of discrimination.
     -  Any other act or omission of an act, which has as its effect
    the disadvantaging of a member against another, or others, purely on the above grounds. Thus, in all the Club’s recruitment, selection, promotion and training processes, as well as disciplinary matters, it is essential that merit, experiences, skills and temperament are considered as objectively as possible.
  • Aylestone Park Football Club commits itself to the immediate investigation of any claims of discrimination on the above grounds and where such is found to be the case, a requirement that the practice cease forthwith, restitution of damage or loss (if necessary) and to the investigation of any member accused of discrimination.
  • Any member found guilty of discrimination will be instructed to desist forthwith. Since discrimination in its many forms is against the Football Club’s policy, any members offending will be dealt with under the disciplinary procedure.
  • Aylestone Park Football Club commits itself to the disabled person whenever possible and will treat such members, in aspects of their recruitment and membership, in exactly the same manner as other members. The difficulties of their disablement permitting, assistance will be given, wherever possible to ensure that disabled members are helped in gaining access. Appropriate training will be made to such members who request it.
    The club shall be called Aylestone Park Youth and Football Club and shall incorporate Aylestone Park 94, Aylestone Park Boys/Youth ,Aylestone Park Seniors and Aylestone Park Womens FC.
    The objects of the Club shall be to provide recreational facilities for Young People in which they can develop responsible attitudes through the medium of association football matches and social activities for members of the Club.
    These rules (the Club Rules) form a binding agreement between each member of the Club.
    a  The Club shall have the status of an Affiliated Member Club of The Football Association and National Association of Young People by virtue of its affiliation to/membership of The Two Associations. The Rules and Regulations of the two Associations and parent County Associations and any League or Competition to which the Club is affiliated for the time being shall be deemed to be incorporated into the Club Rules.

    b  No alteration to the Club Rules shall be effective without prior written approval by the parent Association.

    c  The Club and its members will also abide by The respective Association&rsquols Child Protection Policies and Procedures, Codes of Conduct and the Equal Opportunities and Anti-Discrimination Policy.

    a  The members of the Club from time to time shall be those persons listed in the register of members (the Management Register) which shall be maintained by the Club Secretary’s.

    b  Any person who wishes to be a member must apply on the Membership Application form and deliver it to the Club. Election to membership shall be at the sole discretion of the Club Committee.

    c   In the event of a member’s resignation or expulsion, his or her name shall be removed from the Membership Register.

    d   The Football Association and parent County Association shall be given access to the Membership Register when properly requested in accordance with the appropriate legislation.

    a  An annual fee payable by each constituent section shall be payable at a time determined by the committee and be decided at the AGM. Fees shall not be repayable.

    b  The Club Committee shall have the authority to levy fines or fees from the members or constituent sections as are reasonably necessary to fulfil the objects of the Club. Fines incurred by individuals will be the responsibility of the section to which that individual belongs, ie player, parent or official.

    a   A member shall cease to be a member of the Club by giving notice to the Club Secretary in writing. A member who has outstanding fines or fees more than 2 months in arrears may be subject to disciplines action by the committee.

    b   The Club Committee shall have the power to expel a member when, in their opinion, it would not be in the interests of the Club for them to remain a member. There shall be no appeal procedures.

    c   A member who resigns or is expelled shall not be entitled to claim any, or a share of any, of the Club Property.

    a   The Club Committee shall consist of the following Club Officers: Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary, plus up to 30 other members, elected at an Annual General Meeting.

    b  Each Club Officer and Club Committee Member/Executive Member shall hold office from the date of appointment until the next Annual General Meeting unless otherwise resolved at a Special General Meeting. One person may hold no more than two positions of Club Officer at any time. The Club Committee shall be responsible for the management of all the affairs of the Club. Decisions of the Club Committee shall be made by a simple majority of those attending the Club Committee meeting. The Chairperson of the Club Committee meeting shall have a casting vote in the event of a tie. Meetings of the Club Committee shall be chaired by the Chairperson or in their absence the Vice-Chairperson. The quorum for the transaction of business of the Club Committee shall be three.

    c  Decisions of the Club Committee of meetings shall be entered into the Minute Book of the Club to be maintained by the Club Secretary.

    d  Any five members of the Club Committee may call a meeting of the Club Committee by giving not less than 7 days notice, in writing, to the Club Chair, stipulating the reasons and grounds for the request. The Club Committee shall hold not less than four meetings a year.

    e  An outgoing member of the Club Committee may be re-elected. Any vacancy on the Club Committee, which arises between Annual General Meetings, shall be filled by a member proposed by one and seconded by another of the remaining Club Committee members and approved by a simple majority of the remaining Club Committee members.

    f  Save as provided for in the Rules and Regulations of The Football Association and the County Association to which the Club is affiliated, the Club Committee shall have the power to decide all questions and disputes arising in respect of any issue concerning the Club Rules.

    a   An Annual General Meeting (AGM) shall be held in each year to:
      (i)  receive a report of the activities of the Club over the previous year;
      (ii)  receive a report of the Club’s finances over the previous year;
      (iii)  elect the members of the Club Committee/Executive Committee;
      (iv)  consider any other business.

    b  Nominations for election of members as Club Officers or as members of the Club Committee/Executive Committee shall be made in writing by the proposer and seconder, both of whom must be existing members of the Club, to the Club Secretary not less than 21 days before the AGM. Notice of any resolution to be proposed at the AGM shall be given in writing to the Club Secretary not less than 21 days before the Meeting.

    c  A Special General Meeting (SGM) may be called at any time by the Committee and shall be called within 21 days of the receipt by the Club Secretary of a requisition in writing signed by not less than five members stating the purposes for which the Meeting is required and the resolutions proposed. Business at an SGM may be any business that may be transacted at an AGM.

    d  The Secretary shall send to each member at their last known address written notice of the date of a General Meeting together with the resolutions to be proposed at least 14 days before the Meeting

    e  The quorum for a General Meeting shall be eight.

    f  The Chairperson, or in their absence a member selected by the Club Committee, shall take the chair. Each member present shall have one vote and resolutions shall be passed by a simple majority. In the event of an equality of votes the Chairperson of the Meeting shall have a casting vote.

    g  The Club Secretary, or in their absence a member of the Club Committee, shall enter Minutes of General Meetings into the Minute Book of the Club.

    The Club Executives Committee shall appoint a Club member to be responsible for each of the Club’s football teams. The appointed members shall be responsible for managing the affairs of the team.

    a  The appointment of Assistant Manager, coach/physio shall be the responsibility of the relevant Section Manager whose decision shall be final (subject to issues of misconduct to which the Executive Committee may resolve).

    b  Public liability insurance cover for all players/club officials will be undertaken by the Club.

    a  A bank account shall be opened and maintained in the name of the Club (the Club Account). Designated account signatories shall be the Club Chairperson, the Treasurer and up to two further members of the Committee. No sum shall be drawn from the Club Account except by cheque signed by two of the designated signatories. All monies payable to the Club shall be received by the Treasurer and deposited in the Club Account.

    b  The income and assets of the Club (the Club Property) shall be applied only in furtherance of the objects of the Club.

    c  The Club Committee/Executive Committee shall have power to authorise the payment of remuneration and expenses to any member of the Club and to any other person or persons for services rendered to the Club.

    d  The Club shall prepare an annual Financial Statement in such form as shall be published by The Football Association from time to time.

    e  The Club Property, other than the Club Account, shall be vested in not less than two and no more than four Trusteess, one of whom shall be the Treasurer (the Trustees), who shall deal with the Club Property as directed by decisions of the Club Committee and entry in the Minute Book shall be conclusive evidence of such a decision.

    f  The Trustees shall be appointed by the Club in a General Meeting and shall hold office until death or resignation unless removed by a resolution passed at a General Meeting.

    g  The Trustees will carry out duties in accordance with the relevant legislation under the Charities Act and will prepare accounts for submission by the Charity Commission. The Trustees shall be entitled to an indemnity out of the Club Property for all expenses and other liabilities reasonably incurred by them in carrying out their duties.

    a  A resolution to dissolve the Club shall only be proposed at a General Meeting and shall be carried by a majority of at least three-quarters of the members present. b   The dissolution shall take effect from the date of the resolution and the Trustees in consultation with members of the Club Committee shall be responsible for the winding up of the assets and liabilities of the Club.

    c  Any surplus assets remaining after the discharge of the debts and liabilities of the Club shall be transferred to the parent Associations who shall determine how the assets shall be utilised for the benefit of their objectives. Alternatively, such assets may be disposed of in such other manner as the members of the Club with the consent of the parent Associations shall determine.

    In the event that any member feels that he or she has suffered discrimination in any way, or that the Club Policies, Rules or Code of Conduct have been broken, should follow the procedures below:

    1.  They should report the matter to the Club Secretary or another member of the Committee. Your report should include:
      (i)  details of what, when and where the occurrence took place;
      (ii)  any witness statement and names;
      (iii)  names of any others who have been treated in a similar way;
      (iv)  details of any former complaints made about the incident, date and when and to whom made;
      (v)  a preference for a solution to the incident.

    2.  The Club’s Management Committee will sit for any hearings that are requested.

    3.  The Club’s Management Committee will have the power to:-
      (i)  warn as to future conduct;
      (ii)  suspend from membership;
      (iii)  remove from membership;
    any person found to have broken the Club&squo;s Policies or Codes of Conduct.

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    Matt Wormleighton League: East Midlands Counties League  
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:8:00-10:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1 and 2
    Session 2: Thursdays, Times:8:00-9:30pm, Pitch:Grass Warm Up
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Matt Wormleighton League: East Midlands Counties League  
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.

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    Unfortunately it looks like we do not have a Manager for this section at the moment.League: Leicestershire Midweek Under 18 League 
    Training: Mondays, Times:7:00-9:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1 and 2

    Aylestone Park Youth FC 2015/16 Under 18s

    Having a successful and enjoyable first season we now have formulated our plans for moving into this season 2015/16 at Under 18s.

    We will continue in the Saturday NERF Junior Premier League. We will, as far as we know, still be the only Leicestershire side at our age group to feature amongst some quality Club opposition from the Midlands region. It is run with an Academy-style structure and is totally driven towards Coaching and Development for the lads.

    In addition we will also look to play in the Leicestershire U18 Midweek Floodlit.

    Our extended squad for next season will feature circa 20 Elite players selected as a SINGLE squad to play in both of these Saturday and Wednesday Leagues and capable of competing at the best possible level.

    To continue to support me Luke Carr, UEFA B level Coach who runs his own Coaching company and is linked with both local and Pro Clubs as Coach and Scout, will be with us again.

    I have known and worked with Luke for a number of years, he is a great guy, superb coach, really professional and very good with the lads. The structure and coaching programme will again be totally geared towards player development and progression as we prepare them for adult football.

    Aylestone Park FC is the perfect Club to support our vision. The facilities are excellent, pitches good, plus the All Weather Training Pitch is a massive on-site asset for both training and matches. Most importantly they are football people and totally supportive to our future success. The Club also has the ability to support player progression with a future structure that could allow for Under 21, Reserve and First Team football.

    We will be holding player trials, during April/May geared towards squad selection well in advance of pre-season. Friendly games and ongoing training, both fitness and tactical, will continue through until the start of season 2015/16.

    I am keen to extend invitations to interested players as we look to strengthen.

    Training currently is on a Wednesday 7-9pm at Aylestone Park ground, from June 1st we revert to Monday 6-8pm in preparation for 2015/16.

    Contact Martin King on 07976 658446 / martin@mdkofficeseating.com

    Andy Ward League: Leicestershire Midweek Under 18 League 
    Training: Mondays, Times:6:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3 and 4
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    Lee Haines League: MDH Leicestershire Youth League 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:8:00-9:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 4

    The 2014-2015 U16s Sunday Team

    We are currently a new team gelling together this season but looking to add new players that can complete the team to compete ready for the under 17’s

    We are always looking for new players to join and improve the team.

    Matt Garner League: MDH Leicestershire Youth League 
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Unfortunately it looks like we do not have a Manager for this section at the moment.League: NERF Junior Premier League 
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1
    Session 2: Thursdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1
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    Paul Hanna League: Leicester & District Sunday Juniors League 
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:Grass 2
    Session 2: Thursdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:Grass 2
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Adam Hart League: NERF Junior Premier League 
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    Adam Hart League: NERF Junior Premier League 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Stuart Murch League: Leicester & District Sunday Juniors League 
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    Taj Loyal League: NERF Junior Premier League 
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Taj Loyal League: Leicester & District Sunday Juniors League 
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Taj Loyal League: Leicester & District Sunday Juniors League 
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Ray Keeber League: Leicester & District Sunday Juniors League 
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Ray Keeber League: NERF Junior Premier League 
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.

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    Pierre Moroni League: Leicestershire Foxes League 
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:6:00-7:00, Pitch:ATP Area 2
    Session 2: Thursdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3

    Under 11’s (2015/16)

    Welcome to our team page.

    Aylestone Park U11 visit to Aston villa Academy

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    Aylestone park u11 visited Aston villa academy and played 2 of there u11 academy teams.
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    Resulting in Oliver being asked to go and train with there academy.

    ACES National Results U11 Boys

    Final

    Birmingham (Solihull Whites) 0 - 1 South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth)

    Semi Finals

    Birmingham (Solihull Whites) 1 - 0 North London (TFA Totteridge)
    South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth) 1 - 1 Burton (Belvedere Park) South Leicester won on penalties

    Quarter Finals

    Birmingham (Solihull Whites) 1 v 0 Nottingham (Hucknall Sports)
    North Leicester (Groby Juniors) 0 v 2 South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth)
    Chester (Newton Athletic) 1 v 2 Burton (Belvedere Park)
    North London (TFA Totteridge) 3 v 2 Bolton (Farnworth Hurricanes)

    ACES Final Tables

    Group APWDLGDPs
    Birmingham (Solihull Whites)5230+39
    Chester (Newton Athletic)5221+18
    Bolton (Farnworth Hurricanes)5140+17
    South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth)5131 06
    Oxford (Haddenham Youth)5122-25
    Hull (Costello Swifts)5023-32
    Group BPWDLGDPs
    North Leicester (Groby Juniors)5320+711
    North London (TFA Totteridge)5320+411
    Burton (Belvedere Park)5221+28
    Nottingham (Hucknall Sports)5203-26
    Newport Pagnell (Newport Pagnell FC)5203-26
    Halifax (Crossley Swifts)5005-90

    Season 2014/2015 Team Photos

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    The lads collecting there runners up medals at Oadby 9v9 Tournament (2014/2015): Jake, Christian, Luke, Jody, Jaydon, Reece, Fin, Sifon,Sam, Pharrel, Milan, Leo. Well done to the whole team. (Source: Brandon )
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    Team Photo, 2014/15 (Source: Brandon )
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    Team Photo, 2014/15 (Source: Brandon )
    Playes: Sam, Jody, Reece, Leo, Christian, Pharrell, Jake, Finn, Jaydon
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    Team Photo, 2014/15 (Source: Brandon )

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    Season 2016/2017 Friendlies, Tournaments and League Games

     Statistics   Value
    Games Played8
    Total Won
    8
    Total Drawn
    0
    Total Lost
    0
    Goals For32
    Goals Against4
    Average Goals For4
    Average Goals Against 0.5

    DateGamesTeamResScoreScorers
    11/09/16League homeSt. Andrews
    Won
    3-0
    Malachi(2), Reece
    10/09/16Home, Nerf PremierRushden & Diamonds
    Won
    7-0
    Christian(3), Danon(2), Malachi(2)
    08/09/16League awaySt. Andrews
    Won
    5-1
    Pharrell(2), Malachi(2), Milan
    04/09/16League awayBarrow Town
    Won
    7-1
    Malachi(2), Pharrell(2), Milan, Christian, Sifon
    31/08/16FriendlyPro skills academy u13
    Won
    2-1
    Pharrell(2)
    14/08/16International Hong Kong u13/14
    Won
    2-1
    Jody, Dannon
    13/08/16FriendlyFernwood (Newark )
    Won
    4-0
    Pharrell, Jake, Millen, Christian
    06/08/16FriendlyAllexton
    Won
    2-0

    Season 2015/2016 Friendlies, Tournaments and League Games

     Statistics   Value
    Games Played37
    Total Won
    30
    Total Drawn
    3
    Total Lost
    4
    Goals For164
    Goals Against41
    Average Goals For4.43
    Average Goals Against 1.1

    DateGamesTeamResScore
    23/05/16County cup finalAllexton
    Won
    2-1
    22/05/16League cup finalQuorn
    Won
    2-1
    08/05/16League cup semiGroby FC
    Won
    3-0
    08/05/16FriendlySt. Andrews
    Won
    3-1
    07/05/16FriendlyStratford Town MJPL
    Won
    7-3
    30/04/16FriendlyDroitwich Spa MJPL
    Draw
    2-2
    27/04/16League cup Qtr FnlBarrow Town FC
    Won
    3-1
    17/04/16League cup 2nd RndThurmaston
    Won
    6-0
    24/04/16County cup semiAnsty FC
    Won
    5-1
    03/04/16LeagueSt. Andrews
    Draw
    1-1
    20/3/16LeagueGroby
    Lost
    4-1
    13/3/16LeagueQuorn FC
    Won
    3-0
    06/3/16LeagueThringstone MW FC
    Won
    4-0
    28/02/16CupHarborough Town
    Won
    2-0
    07/02/16County Cup Qtr FnlDunton & Broughton
    Won
    7-0
    31/01/16County Cup 2nd RndBarrow Town
    Won
    8-0
    10/01/16County Cup 1st RndBarwell Ajax
    Won
    5-0
    20/12/15LeagueAllexton
    Won
    6-2
    13/12/15LeagueAway v Barrow B Team
    Won
    7-0
    06/12/15LeagueAway v Barrow
    Won
    4-1
    29/11/15LeagueHome v Barrow
    Won
    2-1
    25/11/15LeagueAway v Barwell Ajax
    Won
    7-0
    15/11/15LeagueHome v Oadby
    Won
    5-1
    14/11/15LeagueHome v Hilton AFC (Derby )
    Won
    2-1
    25/10/15LeagueStoneygate Lions
    Won
    7-1
    24/10/15FriendlyHumberstone U12
    Won
    10-1
    18/10/15FriendlyAway v Thringstone MW FC U12
    Won
    10-0
    11/10/15LeagueHome v Quorn FC
    Won
    3-0
    04/10/15LeagueAway v Leicester Nirvana
    Won
    2-1
    27/09/15LeagueAway v Whetstone
    Draw
    2-2
    13/09/15LeagueAway v Allexton
    Lost
    4-2
    06/09/15LeagueHome v Barwell Ajax
    Won
    6-1
    19/08/15FriendlyAway v Fitness & Football
    Won
    10-0
    16/08/15FriendlyAway v Allerton FC (Derby)
    Won
    5-0
    15/08/15FriendlyHome v Field Lane (Derby)
    Lost
    6-3
    13/08/15FriendlyHome v Aylestone Park U12
    Lost
    3-2
    10/08/15FriendlyHome v Oadby Owls
    Won
    5-1

    Season 2014/2015 Friendlies, Tournaments and League Games

    ScorerGoals
    Christian49
    Leo48
    Jake27
    Pharrell27
    Sam24
    Milan15
    Luke13
    Jody13
    Jaydon12
    Reece9
    Sifon6
    Danon5
    Kade3
    Fabian1
    Fin1
    Total506
     Statistics   Value
    Games Played65
    Total Won
    43
    Total Drawn
    14
    Total Lost
    8
    Goals For254
    Goals Against84
    Average Goals For3.9
    Average Goals Against 1.29

    DateGamesTeamResScoreScorers
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat FinalBirmingham
    Won
    1-0
    Christian
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat SemiBurton (won on penalties 2:1)
    Draw
    1-1
    Christian
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat Q FinalNorth Leicester
    Won
    2-0
    Christian, Danon
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentOxford
    Draw
    1-1
    Jake
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentHull
    Won
    1-0
    Milan
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentBolton
    Lost
    1-0
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentChester
    Draw
    0-0
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentBirmingham
    Draw
    0-0
    02/07/15Friendly Allexton
    Won
    3-1
    Jody (2), Christian
    21/06/15Tournament FinalAylestone 94
    Won
    4-0
    Jaydon, Pharrell, Leo, Milan
    21/06/15Tournament Semi FinalThringstone
    Won
    4-1
    Danon (2), Christian, Leo
    21/06/15TournamentBarrow
    Draw
    1-1
    Leo
    21/06/15TournamentGroby
    Won
    1-0
    Luke
    21/06/15TournamentNewhall
    Won
    5-2
    Jody, Danon, Christian, Luke, Jaydon
    21/06/15TournamentQuorn
    Lost
    1-0
    21/06/15TournamentLoughborough Dynamo
    Won
    2-0
    Danon, Luke
    13/06/15Tournament FinalSolihull
    Lost
    3-0
    13/06/15Tournament SemiAllexton
    Won
    1-0
    Luke
    13/06/15Tournament Q Finals9v9 Vs. Barwell (won on penalties)
    Won
    2-2
    Christian, Milan
    13/06/15TournamentOadby Tawnys
    Won
    2-0
    Milan, Luke
    13/06/15TournamentKibworth 9v9
    Won
    6-0
    Luke (2), Leo (2), Christian, Milan
    13/06/15TournamentStoneygate Lions 9v9
    Won
    7-0
    Pharrell (2), Jody, Milan, Jake, Luke, Leo
    13/06/15Tournament9v9 Vs. Barwell
    Won
    7-0
    Sam (2), Leo, Christian, Milan, Luke
    06/06/15FriendlyHilton AFC (Derby) 9v9
    Won
    4-3
    Milan (3), Pharrell
    11/05/15FriendlyGlenfield
    Won
    12-1
    Pharrell (3), Luke (2), Christian (2), Reece (2), Leo, Jaydon, Fin
    10/05/15FriendlyFootball & Fitness 9v9
    Won
    5-2
    Christian (2), Luke, Leo, Reece
    07/05/15FriendlyLeicester Nirvana 9v9
    Won
    2-1
    Jake, Christian
    04/05/15FriendlyGNG 9v9
    Won
    4-1
    Christian (2), Milan, Leo
    04/05/15FriendlyBarrow Town 9v9
    Won
    2-0
    Reece, Leo
    04/05/15FriendlyKnighton Park Rangers 9v9
    Won
    5-1
    Jody (2), Luke, Jake, Milan
    29/03/15FriendlyBelvadere Park (Derby) 9v9
    Lost
    3-1
    Jaydon
    29/03/15FriendlySt. Andrews 9v9
    Draw
    2-2
    Milan, Jake
    22/03/15FriendlyQuorn 9v9
    Lost
    3-1
    Christian
    15/03/15FriendlyLeicester Nirvana
    Won
    6-1
    Christian (2), Milan, Sam, Pharrell, Leo
    14/03/15FriendlyOadby 9v9
    Draw
    2-2
    Christian, Jake
    08/03/15TournamentBorough Alliance
    Won
    9-0
    Jake (5), Sam (4)
    08/03/15TournamentGNG
    Draw
    1-1
    Leo
    08/03/15TournamentOadby
    Draw
    1-1
    Sam
    01/03/15Friendly9v9 Allexton A
    Won
    3-1
    Sam, Jake, Christian
    28/02/15FriendlyCarib Away
    Won
    4-0
    Milan, Jody, Jake, Leo
    01/02/15LeagueBarwell
    Draw
    4-4
    Leo (2), Jaydon, Pharrell
    31/01/15FriendlyCoventry City Elite
    Lost
    5-2
    Reece, Christian
    25/01/15FriendlyHome v Quorn
    Draw
    1-1
    Christian
    24/01/15Friendly9v9 v St. Andrews
    Won
    5-0
    Jake (2), Leo (2), Pharrell
    18/01/15LeagueAway v Harborough Town
    Won
    4-0
    Leo (2), Christian, Sifon
    11/01/15Friendly9v9 home Whetstone
    Won
    5-1
    Leo (2), Reece, Jaydon, Jody
    21/12/14December Friendly9v9 Home Thurmaston A
    Won
    10-1
    Leo (4), Christian (3), Sifon (2), Sam
    20/12/14LeagueHome v Allexton A
    Won
    8-4
    Leo (3) , Sam (2), Christian, Pharrell, Jaydon
    14/12/14LeagueHome v St. Andrews
    Won
    2-0
    Pharrell, Leo
    16/11/14LeagueWhetstone
    Lost
    3-0
    09/11/14FriendlyWhetstone 9v9
    Lost
    5-2
    Sam, Pharrell
    08/11/14FriendlyOadby 9v9
    Won
    5-2
    Jake (3), Leo, Sam
    02/11/14LeagueBarwell
    Won
    4-2
    Jake (2), Leo (2)
    26/09/14League Home v Blaby & Whetstone
    Won
    16-0
    Christian (5), Sam (3), Sifon (2), Jake (2), Kade, Jaydon, Jody, Reece
    19/09/14League Hinkley Whites
    Won
    6-1
    Christian (4), Reece, Pharrell
    05/09/14League Barrow Town
    Won
    5-2
    Christian (2), Leo (2), Jody
    28/09/14League Wigston Youth
    Won
    4-2
    Pharrell (2), Leo, Kade
    21/09/14LeagueGNG
    Draw
    3-3
    Christian, Jaydon, Sam
    20/09/14FriendlyFootball & Fitness U11 9v9
    Won
    10-0
    Leo (3), Pharrell (2), Christian, Jody, Jake, Sam, Jaydon
    13/09/14FriendlyAylestone U11s 9v9
    Won
    6-2
    Leo (2), Pharrell (2), Sam, Jake
    06/09/14FriendlyThurmaston (A)
    Draw
    3-3
    Jaydon, Leo, Christian
    04/09/14FriendlyKirby muxloe
    Won
    15-1
    Pharrell(5), Christian(3), ,Jake (2), Leo, Sam, Jody, Reece, Kade
    30/08/14FriendlyThurmaston
    Won
    12-0
    Leo (4), Pharrell(2), Jaydon, Sam, Sifon, Jody, Fabian, Christian
    28/08/14FriendlyHome v Hinkley
    Draw
    3-3
    Sam, Christian, Jake
    16/08/14FriendlyHome v St. Andrews
    Won
    4-2
    Christian(2), Leo, Sam

    Dean Wells League: Leicestershire Foxes League 
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3
    Session 2: Fridays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 2
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Gary Sawbridge League: Leicestershire Foxes League 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1

    Under 11’s (2015/16)

    Welcome to our team page.

    Aylestone Park U11 visit to Aston villa Academy

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    Aylestone park u11 visited Aston villa academy and played 2 of there u11 academy teams.
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    Resulting in Oliver being asked to go and train with there academy.

    ACES National Results U11 Boys

    Final

    Birmingham (Solihull Whites) 0 - 1 South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth)

    Semi Finals

    Birmingham (Solihull Whites) 1 - 0 North London (TFA Totteridge)
    South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth) 1 - 1 Burton (Belvedere Park) South Leicester won on penalties

    Quarter Finals

    Birmingham (Solihull Whites) 1 v 0 Nottingham (Hucknall Sports)
    North Leicester (Groby Juniors) 0 v 2 South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth)
    Chester (Newton Athletic) 1 v 2 Burton (Belvedere Park)
    North London (TFA Totteridge) 3 v 2 Bolton (Farnworth Hurricanes)

    ACES Final Tables

    Group APWDLGDPs
    Birmingham (Solihull Whites)5230+39
    Chester (Newton Athletic)5221+18
    Bolton (Farnworth Hurricanes)5140+17
    South Leicester (Aylestone Park Youth)5131 06
    Oxford (Haddenham Youth)5122-25
    Hull (Costello Swifts)5023-32
    Group BPWDLGDPs
    North Leicester (Groby Juniors)5320+711
    North London (TFA Totteridge)5320+411
    Burton (Belvedere Park)5221+28
    Nottingham (Hucknall Sports)5203-26
    Newport Pagnell (Newport Pagnell FC)5203-26
    Halifax (Crossley Swifts)5005-90

    Season 2014/2015 Team Photos

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    The lads collecting there runners up medals at Oadby 9v9 Tournament (2014/2015): Jake, Christian, Luke, Jody, Jaydon, Reece, Fin, Sifon,Sam, Pharrel, Milan, Leo. Well done to the whole team. (Source: Brandon )
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    Team Photo, 2014/15 (Source: Brandon )
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    Team Photo, 2014/15 (Source: Brandon )
    Playes: Sam, Jody, Reece, Leo, Christian, Pharrell, Jake, Finn, Jaydon
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    Team Photo, 2014/15 (Source: Brandon )

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    With grateful and special thanks to our sponsors: GAP Property Services.


    Season 2015/2016 Friendlies, Tournaments and League Games

     Statistics   Value
    Games Played37
    Total Won
    30
    Total Drawn
    3
    Total Lost
    4
    Goals For164
    Goals Against41
    Average Goals For4.43
    Average Goals Against 1.1

    DateGamesTeamResScore
    23/05/16County cup finalAllexton
    Won
    2-1
    22/05/16League cup finalQuorn
    Won
    2-1
    08/05/16League cup semiGroby FC
    Won
    3-0
    08/05/16FriendlySt. Andrews
    Won
    3-1
    07/05/16FriendlyStratford Town MJPL
    Won
    7-3
    30/04/16FriendlyDroitwich Spa MJPL
    Draw
    2-2
    27/04/16League cup Qtr FnlBarrow Town FC
    Won
    3-1
    17/04/16League cup 2nd RndThurmaston
    Won
    6-0
    24/04/16County cup semiAnsty FC
    Won
    5-1
    03/04/16LeagueSt. Andrews
    Draw
    1-1
    20/3/16LeagueGroby
    Lost
    4-1
    13/3/16LeagueQuorn FC
    Won
    3-0
    06/3/16LeagueThringstone MW FC
    Won
    4-0
    28/02/16CupHarborough Town
    Won
    2-0
    07/02/16County Cup Qtr FnlDunton & Broughton
    Won
    7-0
    31/01/16County Cup 2nd RndBarrow Town
    Won
    8-0
    10/01/16County Cup 1st RndBarwell Ajax
    Won
    5-0
    20/12/15LeagueAllexton
    Won
    6-2
    13/12/15LeagueAway v Barrow B Team
    Won
    7-0
    06/12/15LeagueAway v Barrow
    Won
    4-1
    29/11/15LeagueHome v Barrow
    Won
    2-1
    25/11/15LeagueAway v Barwell Ajax
    Won
    7-0
    15/11/15LeagueHome v Oadby
    Won
    5-1
    14/11/15LeagueHome v Hilton AFC (Derby )
    Won
    2-1
    25/10/15LeagueStoneygate Lions
    Won
    7-1
    24/10/15FriendlyHumberstone U12
    Won
    10-1
    18/10/15FriendlyAway v Thringstone MW FC U12
    Won
    10-0
    11/10/15LeagueHome v Quorn FC
    Won
    3-0
    04/10/15LeagueAway v Leicester Nirvana
    Won
    2-1
    27/09/15LeagueAway v Whetstone
    Draw
    2-2
    13/09/15LeagueAway v Allexton
    Lost
    4-2
    06/09/15LeagueHome v Barwell Ajax
    Won
    6-1
    19/08/15FriendlyAway v Fitness & Football
    Won
    10-0
    16/08/15FriendlyAway v Allerton FC (Derby)
    Won
    5-0
    15/08/15FriendlyHome v Field Lane (Derby)
    Lost
    6-3
    13/08/15FriendlyHome v Aylestone Park U12
    Lost
    3-2
    10/08/15FriendlyHome v Oadby Owls
    Won
    5-1

    Season 2014/2015 Friendlies, Tournaments and League Games

    ScorerGoals
    Christian49
    Leo48
    Jake27
    Pharrell27
    Sam24
    Milan15
    Luke13
    Jody13
    Jaydon12
    Reece9
    Sifon6
    Danon5
    Kade3
    Fabian1
    Fin1
    Total506
     Statistics   Value
    Games Played65
    Total Won
    43
    Total Drawn
    14
    Total Lost
    8
    Goals For254
    Goals Against84
    Average Goals For3.9
    Average Goals Against 1.29

    DateGamesTeamResScoreScorers
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat FinalBirmingham
    Won
    1-0
    Christian
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat SemiBurton (won on penalties 2:1)
    Draw
    1-1
    Christian
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat Q FinalNorth Leicester
    Won
    2-0
    Christian, Danon
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentOxford
    Draw
    1-1
    Jake
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentHull
    Won
    1-0
    Milan
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentBolton
    Lost
    1-0
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentChester
    Draw
    0-0
    04/07/15ACES UK Nat TournamentBirmingham
    Draw
    0-0
    02/07/15Friendly Allexton
    Won
    3-1
    Jody (2), Christian
    21/06/15Tournament FinalAylestone 94
    Won
    4-0
    Jaydon, Pharrell, Leo, Milan
    21/06/15Tournament Semi FinalThringstone
    Won
    4-1
    Danon (2), Christian, Leo
    21/06/15TournamentBarrow
    Draw
    1-1
    Leo
    21/06/15TournamentGroby
    Won
    1-0
    Luke
    21/06/15TournamentNewhall
    Won
    5-2
    Jody, Danon, Christian, Luke, Jaydon
    21/06/15TournamentQuorn
    Lost
    1-0
    21/06/15TournamentLoughborough Dynamo
    Won
    2-0
    Danon, Luke
    13/06/15Tournament FinalSolihull
    Lost
    3-0
    13/06/15Tournament SemiAllexton
    Won
    1-0
    Luke
    13/06/15Tournament Q Finals9v9 Vs. Barwell (won on penalties)
    Won
    2-2
    Christian, Milan
    13/06/15TournamentOadby Tawnys
    Won
    2-0
    Milan, Luke
    13/06/15TournamentKibworth 9v9
    Won
    6-0
    Luke (2), Leo (2), Christian, Milan
    13/06/15TournamentStoneygate Lions 9v9
    Won
    7-0
    Pharrell (2), Jody, Milan, Jake, Luke, Leo
    13/06/15Tournament9v9 Vs. Barwell
    Won
    7-0
    Sam (2), Leo, Christian, Milan, Luke
    06/06/15FriendlyHilton AFC (Derby) 9v9
    Won
    4-3
    Milan (3), Pharrell
    11/05/15FriendlyGlenfield
    Won
    12-1
    Pharrell (3), Luke (2), Christian (2), Reece (2), Leo, Jaydon, Fin
    10/05/15FriendlyFootball & Fitness 9v9
    Won
    5-2
    Christian (2), Luke, Leo, Reece
    07/05/15FriendlyLeicester Nirvana 9v9
    Won
    2-1
    Jake, Christian
    04/05/15FriendlyGNG 9v9
    Won
    4-1
    Christian (2), Milan, Leo
    04/05/15FriendlyBarrow Town 9v9
    Won
    2-0
    Reece, Leo
    04/05/15FriendlyKnighton Park Rangers 9v9
    Won
    5-1
    Jody (2), Luke, Jake, Milan
    29/03/15FriendlyBelvadere Park (Derby) 9v9
    Lost
    3-1
    Jaydon
    29/03/15FriendlySt. Andrews 9v9
    Draw
    2-2
    Milan, Jake
    22/03/15FriendlyQuorn 9v9
    Lost
    3-1
    Christian
    15/03/15FriendlyLeicester Nirvana
    Won
    6-1
    Christian (2), Milan, Sam, Pharrell, Leo
    14/03/15FriendlyOadby 9v9
    Draw
    2-2
    Christian, Jake
    08/03/15TournamentBorough Alliance
    Won
    9-0
    Jake (5), Sam (4)
    08/03/15TournamentGNG
    Draw
    1-1
    Leo
    08/03/15TournamentOadby
    Draw
    1-1
    Sam
    01/03/15Friendly9v9 Allexton A
    Won
    3-1
    Sam, Jake, Christian
    28/02/15FriendlyCarib Away
    Won
    4-0
    Milan, Jody, Jake, Leo
    01/02/15LeagueBarwell
    Draw
    4-4
    Leo (2), Jaydon, Pharrell
    31/01/15FriendlyCoventry City Elite
    Lost
    5-2
    Reece, Christian
    25/01/15FriendlyHome v Quorn
    Draw
    1-1
    Christian
    24/01/15Friendly9v9 v St. Andrews
    Won
    5-0
    Jake (2), Leo (2), Pharrell
    18/01/15LeagueAway v Harborough Town
    Won
    4-0
    Leo (2), Christian, Sifon
    11/01/15Friendly9v9 home Whetstone
    Won
    5-1
    Leo (2), Reece, Jaydon, Jody
    21/12/14December Friendly9v9 Home Thurmaston A
    Won
    10-1
    Leo (4), Christian (3), Sifon (2), Sam
    20/12/14LeagueHome v Allexton A
    Won
    8-4
    Leo (3) , Sam (2), Christian, Pharrell, Jaydon
    14/12/14LeagueHome v St. Andrews
    Won
    2-0
    Pharrell, Leo
    16/11/14LeagueWhetstone
    Lost
    3-0
    09/11/14FriendlyWhetstone 9v9
    Lost
    5-2
    Sam, Pharrell
    08/11/14FriendlyOadby 9v9
    Won
    5-2
    Jake (3), Leo, Sam
    02/11/14LeagueBarwell
    Won
    4-2
    Jake (2), Leo (2)
    26/09/14League Home v Blaby & Whetstone
    Won
    16-0
    Christian (5), Sam (3), Sifon (2), Jake (2), Kade, Jaydon, Jody, Reece
    19/09/14League Hinkley Whites
    Won
    6-1
    Christian (4), Reece, Pharrell
    05/09/14League Barrow Town
    Won
    5-2
    Christian (2), Leo (2), Jody
    28/09/14League Wigston Youth
    Won
    4-2
    Pharrell (2), Leo, Kade
    21/09/14LeagueGNG
    Draw
    3-3
    Christian, Jaydon, Sam
    20/09/14FriendlyFootball & Fitness U11 9v9
    Won
    10-0
    Leo (3), Pharrell (2), Christian, Jody, Jake, Sam, Jaydon
    13/09/14FriendlyAylestone U11s 9v9
    Won
    6-2
    Leo (2), Pharrell (2), Sam, Jake
    06/09/14FriendlyThurmaston (A)
    Draw
    3-3
    Jaydon, Leo, Christian
    04/09/14FriendlyKirby muxloe
    Won
    15-1
    Pharrell(5), Christian(3), ,Jake (2), Leo, Sam, Jody, Reece, Kade
    30/08/14FriendlyThurmaston
    Won
    12-0
    Leo (4), Pharrell(2), Jaydon, Sam, Sifon, Jody, Fabian, Christian
    28/08/14FriendlyHome v Hinkley
    Draw
    3-3
    Sam, Christian, Jake
    16/08/14FriendlyHome v St. Andrews
    Won
    4-2
    Christian(2), Leo, Sam

    Gary Willett League: Leicestershire Foxes League 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3

    Welcome to the Aylestone Park Youth U11 Boys Football Team:


    Hi, welcome to the APFC U11‘s Section. My name is Learie Gonsalves. I have been coaching mini / junior football for the past 6 years and I am very experienced in developing boys with limited ability to those who have now moved on to play at academy level. This will be my third year at Aylestone and my main aim is create a great team spirit, fun environment and continue to coach and help the boys reach their full potential.

    The team are currently competing in div 3 of the foxes league, however aiming to progress to div 2 next year through developing the players, team work and the good practice set by the club and the FA. For more information about the team in terms of joining use or sponsorship. Please contact Learie Gonsalves on 07734322562

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    Did you know we have our own Facebook page? You can visit it here.

    Aylestone Park U11 Boys Training Session. February 2015.

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    Under 11B Training, Photo 1. Source: Nadine
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    Under 11B Training, Photo 2. Source: Nadine
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    Under 11B Training, Photo 3. Source: Nadine

    Aylestone Park Boys visit to LCFC academy to play against their elite team. October 2014.

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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 1
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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 2
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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 2

    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. 3-1 first round of the League cup 2014.

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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 1
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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 2
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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 3
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    Aylestone Park Youth v Aylestone Park Boys. Photo 4

    Aylestone Park Boys Under 11’s 2014-15 Team Photos

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    Aylestone Park Boys Under 11’s 2014-15 season, Photo 1
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    Aylestone Park Boys Under 11’s 2014-15 season, Photo 2
    Our thanks to our sponsors for the 2014-2015 Season
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    We are really pleased to announce we have a great new sponsor, Nicol & Fielding.
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    We are also really pleased to announce we have a further great new sponsor, Alino Events.

    The following is content from 2013-2014 U10s

    Photos of the End Of 2013/2014 Season Presentation Evening
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    2013/2014 Season Presentation Evening, Photo 1
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    2013/2014 Season Presentation Evening, Photo 2
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    2013/2014 Season Presentation Evening, Photo 3
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    2013/2014 Season Presentation Evening, Photo 4
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    2013/2014 Season Presentation Evening, Photo 5
    New sponsor: Nicol Fielding
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    Aylestone Park Boys Under 10, wearing new sponsored kit by Nicol Fielding.
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    Aylestone Park Boys under 10 section. Christmas Party.
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    We are really pleased to announce we have a great new sponsor, Nicol & Fielding.

    2013/2014 Fixtuers

    Date & TimeHome/AwayTeamAddressMatch Type
    Sun 1st Sept — 10.30AwayNether hall DiamondsJudgemeadow Community CollegeFriendly
    Sun 8th Sept — 10.30AwayBlaby & Whetstone RocketsWarwick Road, Whetstone, LE8 6LWLeague
    Wednesday 11th Sept — 6pmAwayOadby Owls EaglesJudgemeadow Community CollegeFriendly
    Sun 15th Sept — 10.30HomeDesford Youth RoyalsAylestone Park (Home Ground)County Cup
    Sun 22nd Sept — 10.30HomeLutterworth Athletic TornadoAylestone Park (Home Ground)League
    Wed 25th Sept — 6pmAwayBlaby and Whetstone RangersWarwick Road, Whetstone. LE8 6LWFriendly
    Sun 29th Sept — 10.30AwayRugby Town Pumas2 Dunsmore Avenue, Rugby, CV22 5HDFriendly
    Sun 6th Oct — 10.30AwayCroft (9v9)TBCFriendly
    Sun 13th Oct — 10.30AwaySileby StingraysMemorial Park, Sileby, LE12 7NNLeague
    Sun 20th — Sun 27thHalf Term
    Sun 3rd Nov — 10.30AwayLoughbourgh Dynamo PredatorsCharnwood College, Thorpe Hill, Loughborough. LE11 4SQFriendly
    Sun 10th Nov — 10.30HomeDunton & Broughton TigersAylestone Park (Home Ground)League
    Sun 17th Nov — 10.30TBCBirstall Foxes or RatbyTBCFriendly
    Sun 24th Nov — 10.30HomeSt AndrewsAylestone Park (Home Ground)League
    Sun 1st Dec — 10.30HomeAllexton and New ParksAylestone Park (Home Ground)League
    Sun 8th Dec — 10.30HomeKingsway Rangers (9v9)Aylestone Park (Home Ground)Friendly
    Sun 15th Dec — 10.30AwayMarkfield ColtsSouth Charnwood HS, LE67 9TBLeague
    Sun 22nd — Sun 29th Christmas Break
    Sun 5th Jan — 10.30TBCPlaceholder FriendlyTBCFriendly
    Sun 12th Jan — 10.30AwayBarrow Falcons (9v9)TBCFriendly
    Sun 19th Jan — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague
    Sun 26th Jan — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague
    Sun 9th Feb — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague
    Sun 16th — Sun 23rd Half Term
    Sun 2nd Mar — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague
    Sun 9th Mar — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague
    Sun 16th Mar — 10.30TBCCroft (9v9)TBCFriendly
    Sun 23rd Mar — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague
    Sun 6th Apr — 10.30TBCTBCTBCLeague (Last)
    Sun 13th — Sun 27thEaster Break


    Photo Gallery

    Aylestone Park Boys. 2013/14 Team. First match of the season played against Blaby and Whetstone. Good start with a 3-1 win after going 1-0 down at half time. We are still looking to strengthen our squad particularly after Christmas in preparation for when we go 9v9 next season so if you have child who maybe interested in try us out please call Learie Gonsalves on 07734322562

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    2013/14 Team. First match of the season played against Blaby and Whetston
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 10 Sept 2013.
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    2013/14 Team. First match of the season played against Blaby and Whetston
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 10 Sept 2013.
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    2013/14 Team. First match of the season played against Blaby and Whetston
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 10 Sept 2013.
    The following is content from 2012-2013 U9s

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    End of 2013 season awards evening
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 13 June 2013.

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    semi finalist of Birstall tournament
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 13 June 2013.

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    2012-2013 Team Photo 1
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 12 Sept 2012.

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    2012-2013 Team Photo 2
    Photo from Learie Gonsalves, 12 Sept 2012.

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    Pierre Moroni League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:6:30-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3

    Under 10’s (2014/15)

    Season 2017/2018 Team Photos

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    Team Photo, 2016 (Source: M. Longley)
    Beaumont Leys Plate winners June 2016
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    Team Photo, 2017 (Source: M. Longley)
    U10 Youth Winners Aylestone Cup June 2017
    Nick Frearson League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 2

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    Team Photo
    Ben Padilla, Nov 2014
    Hi, welcome to the APFC U10 94’s Section. My name is Ben Padilla, I am currently in my third year of managing this section. We have had a perfect start to our 14-15 campaign, winning every game thus far. I hope we continue in this vein as its been a very exciting process, not just for me and the players, but also for our spectators.

    I am fortunate to work with such a hard working group of boys, who understand the process of hard work and what it can achieve. Our team is a strong group who never compromise on team ethics, and our developement has been incredible in showcasing this.

    Our latest kit has been provided by Oasis Bar (Narborough Road) to whom we are greatful for their investment.
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    Sponsor: Oasis Bar
    144-146 Narborough Rd Leicester LE3 0BT, United Kingdom, 0116 255 4169
    Brandon Lewis League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 2
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    Winning photo
    Photo from Pierre, 11 July 2015.
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    Winning photo
    Photo from Pierre, 03 July 2015.
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    Squad photo
    Photo from Pierre, 22 Apr 2014.

    Pierre is FA qualified and has been involved in youth football coaching at a high level for the past 14 years. Working with children from 5yrs to 18yrs. Pierre has been a coach with Aylestone Park FC for 4 successful years with the u18’s and is a gluton for punishment and has decided to take charge of the u7’s. Going full circle in helping a new crop of young players learn the game. There is no shortage of coaches with Andy Wright and Steve Wright also assisting me with running our 94 team and U6 team.

    We have a friendly enthusiastic team outlook at AYP u7’s. We are trying to develop, progress and build young children into happy confident youngsters who enjoy playing football.

    There is a new structure and outlook to youth football which has been rolled out by the Youth Football Association which we are looking forward to being part of.

    If your keen and love football and would like training details or any other information please give me a call as we are still looking for new young enthusiastic players.

    Karl Robinson League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1
    ">Daniel Burhm League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Thursdays, Times:7:00-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 4
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Paul Hanna League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Wednesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Sam Godfrey League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: unspecified
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.

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    ">Daniel Burhm League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Tuesdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 2
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Paul Bright League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: Thursdays, Times:6:00-7:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 2
    We are currently awaiting information for this team from the manager.
    Callum Kirkwood League: Leicester and District Mutual league 
    Training: unspecified

    Welcome to Aylestone Park U7 Team Page

    Season 2015/2016

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    Team Photo, 2017 (Source: P. Hanna)
    This picture is from May 2017

    Myself (Paul) and my assistant Angelo Fasulo have been involved in football for a long time and want to give something back to the kids and it's all new to us but we are looking forward to the challenge.


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    Sue Foulkes League: Unspecified 
    Training: Thursdays, Times:8:00-10:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3 and 4
    Session 2: Tuesdays, Times:8:00-9:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 3

    Please visit our website:

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    If you would like to know more about the Leicester City Ladies, or better yet, want to get involved, then please visit our website for more details and information.


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    Andy Lennon League: Unspecified 
    Training: Fridays, Times:6:30-8:00pm, Pitch:ATP Area 1 and 2

    2014-2015 Andrew Lennon at the helm.

    We are going to continue to give children and adults free football training in a safe and secure environment.

    Also to have fun and meet new friends!

    Aylestone park inclusive football has been running for years now and hopefully will be running for many more years to come.

    Everyone is welcome to come along and join in so if you are interested in joining our club please contact me and I will be more than welcome to talk to you about it.

    The inclusive section has its own website at: www.Aylestoneparkinclusivefootball.co.uk

    November 2013 Aylestone Park Inclusive enjoy brilliant away trip.

    Ian, Nov 16 2013

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    Northampton Town Football in the Community Officer, Russell Lewis invited Aylestone Park Inclusive to play football matches at Northampton in the morning and then watch Northampton Town first team play Fleetwood in the afternoon.

    November 16th 2013

    Fifteen cars of players, parents and carers attended. Due to NTFC training pitches being too wet to play on, we transferred to the local Goals Centre. A good morning of football followed. We had three teams playing — Junior, and two youth/adult teams. Everyone had a great time playing and making new friends. And so a quick change, bite to eat and then off to the NTFC stadium at Sixfields.

    Tickets and parking organized. Everyone seated and looking forward to the game — top of the league Fleetwood against struggling Northampton. We expected a solid Fleetwood win.
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    First half NTFC definitely on top, Fleetwood having just one chance hitting the bar. Second half Fleetwood show why they are at the top. NTFC on the back foot. Lots of entertaining play and stout defending. The score stood still …right until the 90th minute. Fleetwood commit a silly foul right on the edge of the box. Up steps the Northampton top scorer. We all have an excellent view of this kick, it’s right in front of us. Up he steps to float the 20 yarder in to the top right hand corner. The crowd erupt and this tops the day for Aylestone Park. You can’t write stuff like this!

    Everyone has a safe journey home. A final check everyone back to our home ground and collected. A thoroughly enjoyable day. Deserved thanks to Russell at NTFC and to all the parents and carers who support the players so well. A day we won’t forget.

    June 22nd 2013 Special Olympics Event held at Lincoln City FC.

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    Pictured here are the winning squad for the League event. An early start on the coach led to some grumpy and tired faces to begin with ‐ but these all changes to happy faces as the games progressed.

    Against teams from Lincoln, Redditch, Grimsby and Leicester, Aylestone Inclusive had a very successful day.

    Our thanks go out to Lincoln City FC, the Special Olympics organisers and to the volunteer referees for making the day go so well.

    New Kit for Aylestone Park Inclusive.

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    Aylestone Park Inclusive are proud to announce SECURITAS as sponsors of their new kit.

    The squad is pictured here at the Holmes Park Festival June 1st 2013 with representatives from SECURITAS.)

    Dramatic day for Inclusive squad.

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    The Inclusive League squad attended Northampton Town FC annual tournament June 2nd to defend their title win in 2012.

    Sixteen teams had entered from all around the country. The standard of football looked high. A couple of comfortable wins then a last minute goal meant a loss. A long range low shot giving Laurence in goal little chance. A wake-up call for the team.

    Two more wins needed to win the section. The first came with Jamie driving from midfield, Dan getting the breakthrough goal. Then followed a drawn game. Had we made it through? It was too close to call.

    Then came the tannoy announcement ‐ Semi‐final A Aylestone Park against ... of all teams ... ’arch rivals&lsqo; Northampton Town ‐ the team we beat in last years final. We were quietly confident.

    A very tough game followed. Both sides knowing each other and neither giving way. Full time nil‐nil. Extra time followed. Nothing between the teams. An injury ‐ Kristian ‐ the teams sharpshooter ‐ pulled up ‐ unable to carry on. The doubts crept in. In the closing seconds last minute saves from Laurence and tackles in front of goal from Jamie saved the day. Penalties.

    The best of five. Players looking around ‐ who me coach? Not our day. Northampton won through to avenge last years Final defeat. Hand shakes all around. To finish in the Semi‐final in such a way is a desperate way to exit.

    Reflecting back on the day, the players agreed to get into the Semi‐final was indeed a brilliant achievement. Can’t wait for 2014. (next training ‐ penalty taking!)

    Inclusive Section: 2012/13 season - 37 players so far!.

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    Fantastic turnout to start off the new 2012/13 season.

    In the center of the image is Jack holding the Fair Play Award 2012 presented in July.

    Also in the centre is Ryan holding the Olympic Torch. He was lucky enough to be part of the actual torch run! .

    Inclusive Section: Three trophies in three weeks.

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    Fantastic achievement - third trophy win in three weeks caps memorable May for Inclusive Section.
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    Fantastic achievement - third trophy win in three weeks caps memorable May for Inclusive Section.

    Dramatic Gold win for Aylestone Park Inclusive.

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    Aylestone squad: Lawrence, Sam, Jay, Jack, Ashley, Bradley, Daniel, Thomas, Daniel, Ashley.
    On the 7th May 2012 Northampton Town FC played hosts to a Festival of Inclusive football.


    All games were played on the NTFC main pitch which was still in very good condition at the end of the season. Competing against fifteen other clubs from across the country, including Bournemouth, Derby, Bristol Rovers, Milton Keynes, Ipswich and Northampton, Aylestone triumphed. A magnificent achievement.


    In the initial stages of the competition Aylestone won 3, drew 1 and lost 1 (0‐1 against Northampton). Daniel scoring important goals at this time. This gained us fifteen points, enough to be entered into the semi‐finals. Out of the hat came Hitchen from Ipswich, one of the title favourites.


    In a very tense semi, both teams went close but were unable to score. Stout defence from Aylestone with Sam holding firm. At the end of the game nil nil meant five penalties each. At the end of the five both teams had scored four. Sudden death. Up stepped Jack Martin to put the first away. Hitchen levelled. One One. Next to go was Jay who blazed an unstoppable shot into the back of the net. Two One Aylestone. Next up Hitchen, Lawrence in goal for Aylestone made a fantastic save with his bottom, hands and feet. Aylestone through to the Final ‐Ironically against Northampton.


    For the final, rain began to fall, making an already damp pitch very wet. The ball started to skid off the pitch. The game began with boisterous home support in the background. After five minutes came the goal of the tournament. A long distance clearance from Jay bounced once, and then the Northampton goalkeeper could only watch in disbelief as the ball skidded and bounced over his head and stretching fingertips to finish in the back of the net. Aylestone 1 Northampton 0. Dogged defending from Aylestone finished off the game, the referee blew to end the game ‐ or so we thought.


    A new twist ‐ Northampton Town entered a complaint ‐ the game should have been timed at 15 minutes and not the usual 8 played in all the other games. The referee ‐ unaware of this rule consulted the officials ‐ who decided the game should have been 15. Another nerve‐racking 8 minutes to play! Tense moments followed with gritty defending from Aylestone. Northampton had half a chance with Lawrence saving at his near post,‐a quick break from Bradley should have made it 2‐0, but the Northampton goalie tipped over to keep the score a fragile 1‐0.


    Finally the referee blew to end the game. Aylestone Park Champions! Hugs and smiles all around the Aylestone team, followed by handshakes with a dejected Northampton team.


    A magnificent and hard fought deserved win. A day to remember.


    Greene King Stadium Match.

    The Inclusive section had a fantastic Saturday morning of football at the Greene King Stadium. The Adult Inclusive won all their games. Big thanks to Gary Hodgson for managing on the day. The juniors also had good results. Great coaching from Craig Collins as always. Youth section came up against the strongest competition, winning one, and coming second in all the other games, many of which were very close, every one enjoying themselves.


    We were looked after very well by Barwell( hosts). Each player receiving medals, plus each squad/section receiving Fair Play awards. Josh Stokes won for the Juniors. New player Ashley Sidington won for the Youth. And Ashley Spencer received for the Adult section.


    Great/plenty of food provided afterwards. Matches arranged with great efficency as always by Mary Rudkin. Everything running smoothly.


    In summary, great football, medals, sunshine and food afterwards, what better way to spend a morning?


    Many pictures from the day to go on our web site, including Craig Allen after his England cap for the U18 LD team playing over in Ireland. This is a must for the web site. I would like to do an article on Craig for our section, and will pass you the details shortly.


    Many thanks to Simon Dunckley for providing lifts for two players. Also Many thanks to Phil Woods for providing lifts for two players.


    Inclusive Football October 18th 2008.

    Aylestone entertained teams from Leicester Woodgate and Harborough and Alliance. A fine morning sunshine encapsulated some great football. Close scores throughout for most games,but with Harborough shaving top spot on the day. We are away to Harborough in the next round, and Ayestone will be trying to snatch an away win.













    Inclusive Football Tournament April 13th 2008.


    A fun time was had by all teams entering the Aylestone Park Incusive football festival.
    In attendance were Loughborough Dynamo, Harborough and District, and Leicester Woodagate.
    Big thanks for the arrangements go to Bob (pitches), Ron and Craig (team managers),
    and Jenny for providing all with much needed juicy cobs.



    Inclusive Football Tournament 2007.


    Photo shows the the AP squad at a three team tournament (June 2007).
    Reece was Man of the Festival, Robbie scored two goals in the finals and Sam performed some excellent defensive work.


    Photo shows the whole of the AP squad at Hinckley (April 2007).
    Where three teams are believed to have played six games won three, drew one, lost two.

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