Porsche Centre Leicester supports Leicester Nirvana Football Club.
We are proud to annouce we sponsor the U11's Leicester Nirvana Football Club who pride themselves on nurturing junior talent from the age of 5 years up to seniors. We see this as a great opportunity for us to support and give something back to our local community.
Richard Thompson, Head Coach, said "It has been an eventful few months for the team with a player joining Leicester City Football Academy U13s on a 2 year contract and is progressing very well. The club currently have three players accepted with BrookeHouse College in Market Harborough and one player with Derby County. We are a football club built to provide opportunities, we striving to deliver excellence and work together to empower communities".
Well done Leicester Nirvana Football Club from everyone at Porsche Centre Leicester.
To find out more about events that we participate, contact our Centre and our staff will inform you.
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