At Foxes FC we want to ensure that all of our players and their families enjoy their experience whilst at our club.

Players will have the opportunity to access complimentary additional training throughout the season. We have already seen what a difference this extra focus can make over the course of a year for a player.

In addition to the extra training we offer a number of events throughout the year.


Every season we like to give our young players an experience they will never forget. Our Foxes FC Fun Days are a great way for the children to bond with their teammates and take part in some great activities that will leave them with lasting memories. In recent seasons our Fun Days have included Laser Quest, Chessington World of Adventures, The Electric Cinema and a Premier League football match.


We recognise the achievements and development of our young players every season at our Annual Awards Ceremony. This is a big hit with our families, as the event not only provides recognition but also fantastic entertainment!


Once the season has finished, we feel it is important that our young players continue to gain valuable match play experience. Therefore, we enter our teams into summer tournaments in order to give them as much game time over the closed season as possible. In recent seasons our teams have been very successful in these tournaments and have won their respective age groups.


The club is exploring the possibility of an International Club Tour in the summer of 2016. This will be an exciting opportunity for our young players to experience another culture both in a sporting context and socially.


Throughout the season we like to be run a series of parents’ football matches and tournaments. The matches usually take place in Hyde Park in the autumn, spring and summer terms and involve a mixture of Foxes FC coaches and parents. These events have been an enormous success and are a great way to show the children where they get their talent! This is also a fantastic social event and opportunity to forge relationships with other parents within the club.