U7 NEWSLETTER #1
As a new team, it is important to us that we develop your child to become the best version of themselves as well as a great team member. We want our under 7’s team, staff and parents to have good communication between us all. We cannot achieve this alone, it is a team effort and we will need your support as a parent.
Understanding our approach to the game
Our aim is to develop a style of play that will give us a foundation for the future. We want you to understand from the beginning that we may not to win every game nor may we lose every game. We would like the team to feel comfortable playing as a team and playing a passing style of football. This may take time but they will achieve this goal.
We need your support and for you to understand that winning an individual game is not success at this stage. Developing our own style of play and working hard for the team is our ambition within the first year. In a nut shell, we want your child grow in confidence, skill and technique and if we win it's a bonus.
Leicester Nirvana is one of the lowest priced clubs in the City and is great value for money. Although we are not a club driven by money, we would like to point out that subscription costs are not optional and must be paid in a timely manner just as you would pay for other services. In order for us to maintain tight controls in these matters, our team has adopted a no pay no play policy. If there are any issues we are happy to discuss any concerns.
We want you to know that we only want the best for your child. We are volunteers and receive no payment for the hours that we put in to coach your child. We do not currently have any of our own children playing at the club, but we will work hard to benefit the children of others. We will work to make our team the best it can be, in their football, their team spirit, their discipline and their enjoyment.
We want you as parents to think about what you can contribute to make this under 7’s team even better. We want you as parents to be able to work together to support the whole team. Think about what parents can do to build a team spirit amongst parents and players.
We look forward to hearing your ideas.
Shehbaz & Ivan