PLAYERS

How Does it Work?
Leighton Park Rangers F.C. are a not-for-profit grass youth football club. We have players from U5’s to U16’s.
Our teams start at U5s & U6s (Minis) who are non-league training teams and then our teams enter a league from U7s starting at 5v5 and progression through 7v7, 9v9 and up to 11v11 t U12s.
Our teams train once a week and those who are U7 and over play in a league on a Saturday or a Sunday.

 

What’s the process for joining?

February 2, 2014

1. Check Spaces

Check to see if one of our teams at the right age group for your child has a space available. We are only able to offer a limited number of spaces per squad. 

If a team at the right age group is recruiting complete the contact form at the bottom of this page, or on our contact us page. Click here to check what age group your child is in

You can check who’s recruiting in the paragraph below. 

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May 10, 2015

2. The Team Manager will contact you

The team manager will get in contact to discuss details and if appropriate invite you and your child along for a taster session.

The manager will let you know where and when the team train and arrange to meet you and your child at the session. 

May 10, 2015
June 21, 2016

3. Complete the Guest Player form. 

Before your taster session you will need to complete a Guest Player form. This is so that we have the correct contact information, emergency details and any medical information before the player takes part. Click here to access the form.

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4. Review the session with the Team Manager. 

After your taster session the team manger will discuss how the session went with you and your child. If everybody is happy to continue you will either be invited for another session or to join the club.

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23 March 2020

5. Sign-Up and Pay Subs. 

If you are joining the club you will be asked to complete a player registration form and pay club subs. Subs can be paid either in full or in instalments (please see below).

Players that are new to the club will also be asked to provided sizes so that the players LPR kit can be ordered – kit delivery takes between 4-6 weeks. 

23 March 2020
23 March 2020

6. FA & League Registration

(U7s and over only) Before the player can play in league matches the club is required to register your player with the FA and the league that the team play in. The FA will send you a link for you to confirm that you are happy for your child to play for LPR F.C. and we can then submit them for league approval – this can take up to two weeks, although it is often much quicker.

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Which teams are recruiting?
Due to league and FA regulations our Team/ Squad sizes are limited, meaning there are only a finite number of players we can take in each squad. This number of players allowed in each squad increases as they get older.
Whilst we want to provide as many opportunities as possible for young people to play football we are limited by the number of volunteers and squads we have.

Our teams that currently have spaces for new players are (click to view the team pages):

15 Foxes

How much does it cost?
We are a not-for-profit organisation. Our costs for pitch fees, kit, match officials etc varies with age groups, this is reflected in our pricing structure.
We offer sibling discounts for families with multiple players at the club. We offer the option to pay in full or by Instalments. Paying by Instalments carries an additional £5 charge.

TierAge GroupIn FullBy Instalments
1Non League: Minis, U6s & Wildcats£80.00£85.00
2U7's£130.00£135.00
3U8, U9, U10, U11£170.00£175.00
4U12 and above£180.00£185.00

What’s included?

Your subs include players kit (1x match top, 1x training top, 1x shorts, 1x socks) which is replaced by-annually, pitch fees for training and league matches, insurance, league match officials, league affiliation, and presentation day awards.

 

What do we expect from you?
All of our players, volunteers, parents and guardians sign-up to the LPR F.C. code of conduct. The code of conduct includes safeguarding and respect regulations set by the FA.
Safeguarding, Respect and high standards of conduct are paramount in providing a safe and enjoyable environment for young people to enjoy football. Everyone taking part in club activities is expected to maintain the high levels of conduct associated with our club.

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