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In an amazing game at the King Power stadium, Leicester Nirvana comfortably won beat Barwell 3 - 0 to take the Challenge Cup and the glory. Well done to the management, supporters on the night and to the players for putting in the hard work, Champions.
Congratulations to the Under 13's manager, coach and players for this fantastic achievement. Well done boys, your hard work has paid off.
Another successful Leicester Nirvana team to add to the official website archives this season.
Winners of the U9's section of Leicester & District Mutual League Festival 2015-16. Well done to the coach and the team that has worked very hard over the last year.
The Saturday Development Club has been away over the winter but is now back starting Saturday 2 April 2016, with a new time of 9.30 - 10.30.
The cost will remain £2.50 until August when it will rise to £3 per session. Children should wear appropriate clothing, shin pads and football boots/ football trainers.
This year has been a very bad year for football pitches and many teams have had to call off training and matches. Hopefully we are moving past that and we will be able to continue playing football.
We hope to see you there.
Well done to the U17's team who won the Leicestershire County Cup 2016. The team has worked well this season and it is has pain off.
The Saturday Development Club was due to start back the first Saturday of March 2016. The council have advised that due to the state of the pitches the Saturday Development should not go ahead. This is due (1) to the safety and wellbeing our the children making it unsafe to train and (2) to preserve the pitches for match days.
Many teams have been affected by the state of the pitches around Leicestershire due to the weather and the leagues are also behind schedule. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
You may have seen information in the media regarding an incident at Nirvana on Sunday 28 February. We would like to reassure you that the team involved are ok and that the club are working with the authorities to deal with the matter. If you have any concerns please feel free to approach a member of the club or committee.
Please check the website for further information.
For the second time in four years, youth from Nirvana Football Club had to witness adults become physically aggressive and assault 14 - 15-year-old boys at a game. The offense occurred at an Under 15's football game between Leicester Nirvana and Thurmaston Magpies FC on Sunday 26th February 2016 at Hamilton Park.
In 2014 an adult male was found guilty of stepping on the field of play and assaulting a minor from an under 14 Nirvana team. Two years later, on 26 February 2016, two adult males entered the football pitch and physically attacked minors.
Any attack of an adult on a minor is a serious concern and Nirvana feel compelled to share their disappointment that this unlawful act has taken a back seat to the headlines of youth violence.
After being attacked by two adult males from the Supporters of Thurmaston Magpies, the 14 -15 year old boys from Nirvana found themselves defending and coming to the defense of their team mates, which resulted in further melees.
When adults spectators and family members become violent towards children and in front of children, the law must step in to protect the children. The fact that must not be forgotten is that these are children in the eyes of the law and that an adult(s) has physically and aggressively laid their hands on children with intent to harm.
Nirvana understand the affects of violence in the game and do not condone youth on youth violence or any that is directed to officials. Nirvana is confident that any incident involving youths in football can be resolved by the laws of the game. It is only when adult spectators and parents are involved, when the dynamics change.
The incidents originated when a Thurmaston player ran half the length of the field to confront a Nirvana player, which resulted in arguments and subsequently led to the adults attacking minors. Nirvana are seriously concerned that the safeguarding of children in this case is being overlooked and that this must not become regular and accepted practice.
We would like parents to be assured that the club will make every effort to follow up the attack from an adult on children from the nirvana football club. We have notified the media of our concerns and portrayal of youth violence instead of attacks on children. However we can not control their narrative.
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The Saturday Development Club that takes place at Hamilton Park for the children aged 5 years to 8 years will be closed for the months of December 2015 and January 2016. We will return on Saturday 6 of February 2016 at the usual time of 10am.
If there are any changes to this schedule we will notify you on the website.
Great to see yet another Nirvana team working on team building and team work.
Please be aware that due to the whether and the wet ground at Hamilton, the Saturday morning development session for children aged 5 years to 8 years is cancelled as it would not be safe to train on.
Leicester Nirvana would like to invite you to a parents meeting on Friday 30 October, 6.30 – 8pm at our clubhouse on Sandhills Avenue, Hamilton.
The meeting will be an opportunity for you as parents to talk to the club officials and ask questions to gain more information about the club and its plans. It is also a chance for us to talk to you and update you about club business.
We are keen to hear the suggestions that you have for the club and how you can support the club to develop. We thank you for your consideration of our invitation and look forward to seeing you on the day.
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We are proud to present the annual Staff vs Parents bragging rights football match. To be played at Hamilton Park, Sandhills Avenue on Saturday 26th of September, kick off at 1pm.
We are inviting parents and coaches to show your skills in this game that will determine this years best team. It will be a roll on roll off substitution system. To sign up for the match, please place your name on the registration sheet found in the clubhouse on the canteen door or text Shehbaz on 07713 741345 with PARENT - name and position.
For further information call Shehbaz.
Reece Morris struck early for Leicester Nirvana at Blaby & Whetstone and they went from strength to strength to win 5-0. Ash Day added the second and third, with Pearson Mwanyongo hitting a fourth and Suleiman Nassor the fifth.