Club NameDoverhouse Lions FC

Club Founded2006

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Club Colours (Home Kit)
ShirtSky Blue with Pink
ShortsSky Blue
SocksSky Blue

Club Colours (Away Kit)
ShirtPink with Sky Blue

Club HistoryThe club was set up in 2006 in order to get young kids off the streets and into a family environment where they could develop football and life-skills. The Doverhouse Lions started with one team, who were entered into and won the Surrey Youth League. Since then they  have grown from one team to a club with an Academy for kids aged 4-7 and teams from U8 to U18

Club PhilosophyOUR CLUBS OBJECTIVES: Provide opportunities  To provide opportunities for the children in our local community to play football to the best of their ability. Dover House Lions (DHL) aims to provide high quality training, using qualified coaches at all levels. To further this objective DHL FC runs a programme to develop the coaches themselves.  To Help  To help the children develop life skills. Listening and learning are key elements to the training programmes which DHL FC runs from Academy level upwards.     To Provide Support  The progression between childhood and adolescence is not always a smooth transition and DHL aim to provide a support network in the community. Some individuals come from more challenging environments than others; but irrespective of background or race, support is offered to all at any point of the day or night without judgement.  Doverhouse Lions FC is also an outlet for some young people who have been required to do community work for whatever reason. In this respect we work with the Youth Inclusion Project ( YOT )     To Be a Springboard  Each child / young adult at the club is seen as a valued individual and we aim to build their self-confidence and work with them to provide positive career paths and to offer opportunities in as many areas as we can.     OUR CLUBS VALUES  The foundation for achieving our objectives are the values of the club which we seek to instil in all of our players.  These are Respect, Hard Work and Team Work.  Respect  Respect for team-mates, coaches, referees and the opposition.  Hard Work  There is no substitute for hard work in achieving ones objectives. The emphasis throughout training is on developing technique and therefore the majority of the time is spent on skill training.  Team Work.  There is no star culture at DHL and all children are encouraged equally

Club ChairmanEddie Leroux
Telephone07912 090 844

Club SecretaryAnita Russell
Telephone07912 090 843

Girls SecretaryEddie Leroux
Telephone07912 090 844

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