We are delighted to present an online family Quiz on Saturday 30th January at 7:30PM.
Please register at the link below:
Entry fee is a voluntary minimum of EUR 5 per family and can be made at the idonate.ie link below with all funds raised for the benefit of Aware
Take on the Marathon with a football LCFC challenge this January
From Jan 7th to Jan 31st, complete 26 miles/42 Kms over the 24 days by kicking a ball a few kms each day towards your goal!
Find a nice green / pitch / park, and run and kick your ball alongside you, it couldn't be simpler. Mark down your progress on the poster provided, and make sure to send / get your parents to send a video to Leicester Celtic on Facebook / twitter. Each entry will be entered in the draw to win 1 of 20 Noggin LCFC Hats, which are promoting Mental health Awareness in our community.
Make sure to warm up and warm down properly after each session to ensure your body is back in business and ready to go a few days later for
your next session, and most importantly, enjoy yourselves and get your family involved!
We are running this lockdown challenge to call out awareness to mental Health in our community, which effects so many of our friends, families and neighbours. *Jigsaw* and *Aware* are two amazing charities which provide support to young and old who are experiencing mental health issues
*****You can print off the tracker here*******
Contact details are below
1800 80 48 48
+353 1 472 7010
We are delighted to announce that Leicester Celtic FC and Noggin Sports have teamed up in an effort to raise awareness of mental health in our community, which affects so many people in both their daily lives and in their sporting lives.
YOU CAN BUY THEM HERE
‘Noggin Sport’ is run by two brothers who are dedicated to raising awareness of mental health in sport. They are a Community Interest Company, where the profits they make go straight into supporting mental health awareness projects across Ireland and the UK.
“Our aim is to help people and make people realise that it’s ok to talk about how they feel, that mental health and mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. Everyone has different experiences but at some point or another, everyone goes through tough times. It’s about creating a community where everyone is part of something” (Kieran Joyce of Noggin Sport)
The club have ordered a limited edition run of LCFC Noggin beanies/hats that can be pre-ordered either online through Clubforce and a small number available through the club shop. All monies raised will go back into the club which provides an outlet for so many in our community, with a donation also to be made to one of the great charities listed below.
LCFC recognises the importance of mental health awareness and the part we can play in supporting our children and families through difficult times.
LCFC Chairman Gerry Whelan added “'It is so important that we all understand and acknowledge that many people are suffering with mental health issues, particularly during the current Coronavirus pandemic. So, Leicester Celtic FC are delighted to support and promote this worthwhile cause. We encourage everyone to support as much as they can by buying a Club Noggin Beanie Hat.”
Beanie sizes come in 'Adult size' and Kids Size (For kids age 5-10)
A brilliant stocking filler for all players, mums and dads, nanas and granddads!
Cost per hat is €18, with a special bonus buy of 2 hats for €30!! Online clubforce purchase link will be up from tomorrow or you can pay Declan or Mick in the club shop, Beanies will be delivered to the club for collection the week before Christmas.
These will be snapped up so get your order in so as not to be disappointed!
If you need to reach out, or know of someone who does, support is available:Samaritans 116 123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Aware 1800 80 48 48 (depression, anxiety)
Pieta House 1800 247 247 or email email@example.com (suicide, self-harm)
Teen-Line Ireland 1800 833 634 (for ages 13 to 19)
Childline 1800 66 66 66 (for under 18s)
Thanks to www.luminosity.ie for the Sponsorship of Squad Tops for Leicester Celtic U16A1, they are very much appreciated..
Leicester Celtic as part of the Dublin & District Schoolboys’/Girls’ League is proud to partner with ISPCC Childline.
The Dublin & District Schoolboys’/Girls’ League is delighted to announce it is partnering with the Childline listening service, as delivered by the ISPCC.
We are very proud to partner with an organization that provides such an important range of services to young people all over the Country.
From a DDSL perspective, this reflects our commitment to the health and wellbeing of all our underage players off the pitch as well as on it.
We understand that many young people face challenges in their lives, not least in the current environment with COVID-19. While football provides an important outlet for physical and mental wellbeing, it is critically important that our young people are aware of the services provided by Childline and are encouraged to avail of them where required.
Instagram - @ispcc_childline
Facebook - @ISPCCChildline
Twitter - @ISPCCChildline
As we enter level 5, Leicester Celtic have decided to cancel next weeks Holoween camp to do what we can to help reduce unnecessary movement in our community, we’re in this together, stay safe.
The Swans Academy restarts on September 19th and will be on every Saturday from 4.45-6.00pm.
Leicester Celtic's Football Academy, The Leicester Swans, takes place every Saturday morning. Boys and girls from age 4 to 7 years can enjoy learning football skills while having fun.