Soccer School

Our Soccer School for children aged FIVE and SIX is currently on it's winter break

Information about the new start date will be posted here and on our clubs Facebook page on the Re-Start Date

Love playing football? Aged 4 to 7?

Come and join our fantastic, fun & friendly football sessions.

Where / Summer? Western Park, Nook Lane, Ashby

Where / Winter ? Invanhoe School ATP

When? TBC

Start date : TBC

Great football fun for girls and boys. No experience necessary. FA qualified coaches, fully CRB checked.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Contact us with enquiries via the 'Contact us' page or the form below

Marlborough Rovers Football Club runs teams from Under 7’s all the way through to senior and remains one of the largest community clubs in Leicestershire. It’s not run for commercial profit, it is fueled by the passion of the people involved. The club’s fully FA Qualified Coaches simply love the game!

The Club’s Soccer School introduces younger children to the great game of football, and can provide the opportunity to join one of the club’s start-up teams at U7 level.

The philosophy behind Soccer School (and all our junior teams) is about developing players, building camaraderie and having fun. We aim to equip young players with the foundation skills upon which to build their long term enjoyment of the game.

The Soccer School runs on Sunday mornings at 9.30am. During spring and summer it is based on the grass at Western Park in Ashby (next to Willesley Primary School). During autumn and winter Soccer School is based on the floodlit all weather pitch (or inside) at Ivanhoe College on North Street or the Ivanhoe school gym when it gets too cold. We welcome boys and girls to come and join us and it is a pay-as-you-go £2 per session. Please make sure that all players wear shin pads.

If you would like to register your interest or ask any questions then please contact

As cited by the club's chairman Richard Waldrum, "Enjoyment really is our No. 1 priority and EVERY child will have dedicated time with the most important tool for footballers - the ball!"