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Leigh Ramblers FC

Leigh Ramblers FC

Mark Holmes

Telephone: 01702 521844
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Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.leighramblers.co.uk/

About the club

Leigh Ramblers football club was founded in 1902 and celebrated in fine style their centenary in 2002 with over 400 guests attending a presentation at the Cliffs Pavilion, in Southend.

In the 1999/2000 season mini soccer was introduced to the club, starting with 4 teams and now have a 18 mini soccer teams, 15 11 a side teams, 3 girls teams and a soccability team, with between 30 to 40 players training at u/6 level  The club's aim is to find a level for all players who come to the club.

They believe that all players can play, have fun in a safe environment whilst building confidence in a group situation. They try to promote fair play and have equal opportunities for all. Essex Premier Soccer coaching undertake the coaching of the youngest members the club has and runs soccer schools in the holidays with discounts for club members, EPSC also run in school training at lunch times and after school clubs.

Upcoming Events

Essex Mini Hockey

Date: 27th February 2019
Time: 00:00 AM - 00:00 AM

KS1 Cross Country

Date: 27th February 2019
Time: 12:30 PM - 14:45 PM

Essex New Age Kurling

Date: 28th February 2019
Time: 00:00 AM - 00:00 AM

Latest News

Essex Dodgeball Earls Hall claim Bronze

130 pupils took part in today’s Essex Primary Dodgeball competition, which is the first competition of 2019 and runs into the Winter Games next week.

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Dodgeball Day

Over 260 children came together to play dodgeball at Garons. Year 5 & 6 pupils from across the Borough enjoyed a day of dodgeball. The game consists of two teams try to throw balls at each other while avoiding being hit themselves.

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Boys Football Festival

Thorpe Hall kindly held the football festival for boys on Tuesday. 100 boys took part in the event, to develop their skill set and play other schools within the borough.

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