- February 16th 2003A New Wembley is going up fast, ahead of schedule and costing a mere fraction of the £750million being ploughed into the other one being built on the Original site.’ This football treasure is 15 miles away in east London, where Leyton FC are recreating the Wembley experience for just £44,000.
The pioneering Ryman League minnows, formed in 1868, already claim to be London’s Oldest football club. Now they have more history on their side. For they are rebuilding their ground in Walthamstow with the ‘ amazing shopping list below:
- Two of the old Wembley turnstiles, dated 1926. Cost: £700
- 30 of the floodlights installed for Arsenal’s Champions League campaign when they used the national stadium.
- 1,000 blue tipup seats. Cost: 7.000
- 60 plush chairs and four-seater restaurant tables. Cost: £24,000 plus £700 storage per month.
- 20 huge banqueting tables. Cost: 600
- Office equipment, filing cabinets, reception chairs and even a wheelie bin to commemorate the old days. Cost £500
- Two pieces of turf – one to raffle for the youth team funds, the other dug in to the 18-yard line in front of their proposed new stand. Cost: Donated
- Stadium bench seats for home and away team’s dug-outs at the Wingate Leyton Stadium. Cost: Donated.
Leyton chairman-manager Costas Sophocleous and treasurer Phil Foster are the men who have forked the money out of their own pockets to recreate the Wembley experience.
Costas said: “As one of the country’s oldest clubs we were invited to view the Wembley memorabilia with a chance to buy before the much-publicised auction and were delighted with what we saw. It was like going into Aladdin’s Cave. We are only a small team with an average crowd of about 150. “But we are just three .divisions away from the Football League and the best chance of getting there is through commercial enterprise.
“Phil and I run a construction company and are building a banqueting suite, cocktail bar and restaurant and club offices here for £1.3m”.
“Not only are we going to recreate the Wembley theme both at the ground and in the Entertainment Suite but we’ll do it at a snip”.
“We reckon banqueting furniture would have cost us£100,000”.
“We’re kitting ourselves out, at closer to £20,000, plus guests will be surrounded by all the Wembley history and tradition.” Phil added: “We await planning permission for anew stand behind a goal and that’s where the tip-up seats will go. We paid £5 each, plus £2 to remove them, compared with the £30 new seats would have cost us otherwise”.
“We paid £25 each for the banqueting chairs. We were quoted £200 each elsewhere. So we are quids in.” Sophocleous and Foster have.sunk £500,000 into their dream team since-rescuing them from possible oblivion in 1995 and today enterprising Leyton stand second in Ryman League Division Two.
Their only regret: they couldn’t shift the Twin Towers to East London. And the tunnel has gone to the Nou Camp in- Barcelona.
Costas said: “The distinctive red seats were out, too, because of their lead content and the goal posts are going into the Wembley museum but we’re very happy. Phil and I were regulars at Wembley and have many smashing memories, the best being Gazza’s wonder free-kick past David Seaman in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final when Tottenham beat Arsenal”.
”And now we are surrounded by all those memories.”
Without doubt this was going to be the toughest pre-season match so far for our lads. From the start Leyton looked good and took the game to Ford, with Joe Narty firing over the bar on 2 minutes before SCOTT CURLEY gave them the lead three minutes later with a splendid lob over the keeper. Two minutes later and Scott almost doubled the score, but his powerful drive just cleared the bar by a foot. Although Leyton were enjoying long spells of dominance throughout the half Ford did have their chances and it took a goal line clearance from Brooks and a good save by keeper Hasell to keep the score at 1-0. With seven minutes of the half remaining Leyton deservedly increased their lead when TREVOR PAUL collected a through pass from Curley and cleverly placed it wide of the keeper from 18 yards, giving the home side a 2-0 lead at the break.
Five minutes into the second period Leyton made a double substitution replacing Paul Golby and Scott Curly with Jordan Kelly and Graham Reeves. Further substitutions followed with Manny Williams replacing Simon Peddie on 57 minutes and Sal Abdullah replacing Carl Fannon on 65 minutes. The changes seemed to effect Leyton’s game for a spell and they allowed Ford far too much time on the ball and paid the penalty when some indecisive defending gifted Ford a goal when Creedon scored the easiest of headers. The goal prompted three more substitutions with Wayne Mahoney replacing Roy Parkyn on 66 minutes, Ross McPherson replacing Terry Brooks on 68 minutes and Simon Peddie for Chris Tucker on 76. Ford were still enjoying a good spell at this time and Leyton had to work hard to keep them out, but with time running out for the visitors Leyton came again and finished the match off with a stunning goal from MANNY WILLIAMS that was rifled into the roof of the net from 15 yards. The game finished 3-1 to Leyton and was another allround solid performance from all the lads.
Jammie Hussey replaced James Hasell at the break and Carl Fannon made a second appearance on 73 minutes replacing Joe Narty as did Simon Peddie who replaced Chris Tucker on 76 minutes.
SQUAD: J. Hasell (J. Hussey 45), T. Brooks (R. McPherson 68), P. Golby (J. Kelly 50),
D. Thomas (capt), C. Tucker (S. Peddie 76), C. Fannon (S. Abdullah 65),
S. Peddie (M. Wiliams 57), R. Parkyn W. Mahoney 66), T. Paul,
S. Curley (G. Reeves 50), J. Narty (C. Fannon 73),
SUBS: S. Abdullah, J. Hussey, G. Reeves, M. Williams,
W. Mahoney, J. Kelly, R. McPherson
Match report by Stephen Bellanoff
Leyton F.C. 3 v 0 Leyton Orient F.C.
Tuesday 5th August 2003 K.O.7.45pm
On a fine evening and with a good home crowd, Leyton took on neighbours Leyton Orient in their first appearance at home this season. Fielding some talented young players, Orient were soon showing their skills and Leyton found them an equal match for the first 30 minutes, but as the first period continued the home side began to take charge, playing some great passing football. The breakthrough came for Leyton on 34 minutes when following a free kick for an obstruction on Williams, Roy Parkyn’s free kick found the head of TREVOR PAUL, who converted in style. With just minutes of the half remaining there was still time for Williams to test the keeper with a ferocious shot that was turned away for a corner.
The opening fifteen minutes of the second half saw Leyton continue to attack and create a number of good chances that were blocked or well saved. Carl Fannon replaced Scott Curley on 63 minutes and almost from the restart Leyton extended their lead when a quick counter attack saw TREVOR PAUL finish with a superb shot into the corner of the net from an acute angle. Ten minutes later and it was 3-0 when right back BEN WOOD neatly headed home a Sophocleous free kick. Two further substitutions for Leyton followed on 74 minutes when Sal Abdullah replaced Mark Sophocleous and Terry Brooks replaced Ben Wood. The remaining 15 minutes of the game saw both teams have chances without adding any more goals.
The final score saw Leyton run out 3.0 victors against a very talented young Orient side who played some great football in what was a very entertaining evenings football.
SQUAD: M. Peat (J. Hasell 45), B. Wood (capt) (T. Brooks 74), P. Golby, D. Thomas,
C. Tucker, S. Curley (C. Fannon 63), W. Mahoney, R. Parkyn, T. Paul,
M. Sophocleous (S. Abdullah 74), M. Williams
SUBS: J. Hasell, C. Fannon, S. Abdullah, G. Reeves, J. Narty, T. Brooks
Match report by Stephen Bellanoff
Soham Town Rangers F.C. 1 v 2 Leyton F.C.
Saturday 2nd August 2003 K.O. 3.00pm
Another good display by Leyton, against a strong and physical Soham side, saw them extend their successful pre-season campaign to four wins.
From the start the game was played at a furious pace with Soham conceding a number of free kicks as they tried to muscle Leyton out of the game, but Leyton failed to capitalise from the advantage. A number of good chances at both ends during the first half brought no goals and with half time approaching it looked certain it would finish 0-0, but with just seconds of the half remaining Leyton’s Williams broke from the Soham defence and squared the ball across goal for TREVOR PAUL to score the simplest of goals for a 1-0 half time lead.
The advantage was short lived as with the second half only 2 minutes old Leyton managed to concede an early penalty when a bad bounce in the area hit Chris Tucker’s arm. Foster converted for Soham and the game was back on. Neither side reduced their work rate and the game continued at a furious pace. Within 8 minutes of the Soham goal Leyton regained the lead when Williams, Abdullah and Mahoney combined and gave JOE NARTY a fine pass that he fired into the top corner of the net for a magnificent goal.
The remainder of the half saw Leyton make a number of changes and in the end cruise to a comfortable win. There were probably a couple more goals in it for Leyton, but this was the hardest game of the pre-season, a good test for the lads and a good result at the end of the day.
SQUAD (first half): J. Hasell, B. Wood (capt), P. Golby, C. Tucker, D. Thomas, C. Fannon,
S. Peddie, R. Parkyn, T. Paul, S. Curley, M. Williams
SQUAD (second half): M. Peat, B. Wood (R. McPherson 62), J. Kelly,
C. Tucker (T. Brooks 64), D. Thomas, G. Reeves (Scott Curley 85), W. Mahoney,
J. Narty, R. Parkyn ( M. Sophocleous 73), S. Abdullah, M. Williams (J. Hughes 70),
Match report by Stephen Bellanoff
Harold Wood F.C. 0 v 1 Leyton F.C.
Wednesday 30th. July 2003 6.30pm K.O.
Leyton, fielding players from the first team, reserve team and trialists, found it hard to get into their stride and allowed their opponents far too much possession. Fortunately for Leyton, Wood were unable to capitalise during this early spell and were lucky to survive the half on level terms following some late pressure from the visitors.
The second half saw a better performance from Leyton as they started to control the ball and find their players. The winning goal came late in the game when Jordan Kelly beat two players before squaring the ball across goal for ANDREW THOMAS to drill home. Not the best of displays from Leyton, but they still remain unbeaten pre-season.
SQUAD (first half): J. Hasell, W. Clarke, C. Tucker, S. Pashley, J. Kelly, B. Addi,
C. Fannon, S. Abdullah, W. Mahoney, J. Narty, T. Marriott.
SQUAD (second half): M. Peat, T. Brooks, R. Akontoh, S. Pashley, Michael,
A. Thomas, C. Fannon, G. Reeves, J. Kelly, T. Marriott (W. Bridle 55),
J. Narty ( J. Manor 60)
Match report by Stephen Bellanoff
Takeley F.C. 0 v 5 Leyton F.C.
Monday 28th. July 2003 6.30pm K.O.
A good display by a Leyton side made up of several first team players, reserve team players and trialists, saw them romp to an easy 5-0 victory against the Essex Intermediate side. Goals by JOE NARTY(2) and ROY PARKYN put the visitors 3-0 up at the break with YUKI OHASHI and JOE SAUNDERS-SEABROOK adding two more in the second half.
SQUAD (first half) : Hussey, R. McPherson (Capt), C. Tucker, I. Bass, D. Blay,
J. Hughes, M.Danny, L. Page, R. Parkyn, J. Narty, J. Wood
SQUAD (second half): M. Peat, K. Hosobuchi, C. Tucker (R. McPherson 60), I. Bass,
D. Blay, Joe Narty (D. Nookes 60), J. Saunders-Seabrook, Y. Ohashi,
R. Parkyn (J. Hughes), D. Nichols, J. Wood (J. Manna)
Match report by Allan Mcpherson
Potters Bar Town F.C. 1 v 5 Leyton F.C.
Thursday 24th July 2003 7.45pm K.O.
Leyton kicked of their pre-season with an away match at Potters Bar Town from the Premier Division of the Spartan South Midlands League. Leyton, displaying two new signings, Trevor Paul and Steve Pashley, looked classy from the start. Their first touch, pace and strength was always going to stretch the Town side and even when Town did take an early lead through Hyde, following a mix up in the Leyton defence, Leyton never looked in trouble and by half-time had turned the deficit into a 2-1 lead with goals from TREVOR PAUL and SCOTT CURLEY.
The second half saw Leyton up the tempo and Town found it hard to keep pace with them. More goals followed with TREVOR PAULnetting twice in quick succession, completing his first hat-trick in a Leyton shirt, before SAL ABDULLAH wrapped it up for the evening on 75 minutes with a goal from close in.
This was certainly a very good opening game for Leyton who looked impressive in all departments throughout the 90 minutes, against a lively and keen Town side.
SQUAD (first half): J. Hasell, B.Wood (Capt), P. Golby, S. Pashley, C. Tucker,
S. Curley, W. Mahoney, R. Parkyn, T. Paul, M. Sophocleous, J. Wood
SQUAD (second half): M. Peat, B. Wood, S. Peddie, I. Bass, D. Thomas, P. Golby,
G. Gregoriou, M. Sophocleous, S. Abdullah, M. Williams, T. Paul
Match report by Stephen Bellanoff
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Season 2007 – 2008
29 Maldon Town (h) 1-1
03 St Albans City (a) 3-1
12 Leighton Town (h) p-p
19 Ware (h) 9-1
04 AFC Hornchurch (a) 0-2
10 AFC Hornchurch (h) 1-5
07 Chelmsford City (a) 2-2
15 Enfield Town
(Presidents Challenge Cup R2) (h) 2-3
12 Chelmsford City (h) P-P
19 Enfield Town (a) P-P
09 Harlow Town (h) P-P
23 Brimsdown Rovers (a) P-P
30 Brimsdown Rovers (h) 1-1
06 Enfield Town (h) P-P
13 Harlow Town (a) 0-4
21 Ware (a) 4-0
27 St Albans Town (h)
05 Leighton Town (a)
26 Maldon Town (a)
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F. A. Cup First Round Qualifying
Heybridge Swifts F.C. 4 v 3 Leyton F.C.
F. A. Trophy First Round Qualifying
Ashford Town (Kent) F.C.1 v 4 Leyton F.C.
Saturday 20th October 2007
F. A. Trophy Second Round Qualifying
Bashley F.C. 3 v 1 Leyton F.C.
Saturday 3rd November 2007
Ryman’s Isthmian League Cup Second Round
Potters Bar Town F.C. 3 v 1 Leyton F.C.
London Senior Cup Fourth Round
Leyton F.C. 3 v 2 Beckenham Town F.C.
London Senior Cup Quarter Finals
Leyton F.C. v Hendon F.C.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
Capital Football League Presidents Challenge Cup
Leyton F.C. 2 v 3 Enfield Town F.C.
Wednesday 17th November 2007
F. A. Youth Cup Preliminary Round
Haringey Borough F.C. 1 v 4 Leyton F.C.
Wednesday 12th September 2007
F. A. Youth Cup First Round Qualifying
Redbridge F.C. 2 v 3 Leyton F.C.
Wednesday 26th September 2007
F. A. Youth Cup Second Round Qualifying
Leyton F.C. 1 v 0 AFC Wimbledon
Wednesday 10th October 2007
F. A. Youth Cup Third Round Qualifying
Leyton F.C. 5 v 0 Wealdstone F.C.
Wednesday 24th October 2007
F. A. Youth Cup First Round Proper
Corby Town 2 v 0 Leyton F.C.
Monday 5th November 2007
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Season 2007 – 2008
18 Harlow Town (h) 0-0
21 Hendon (a) 1-2
25 Ramsgate (a) 2-3
27 East Thurrock United (h) 1-3
01 Billericay Town (a) 0-4
04 Horsham (h) 4-3
08 AFC Wimbledon (h) 2-2
15 Heybridge Swifts (a) F.A.Cup 1RQ 3-4
22 Ashford Town (Middx) (a) 2-0
25 Harrow Borough (a) 2-5
02 Potters Bar Town (a) League Cup 2R 1-3
06 Folkestone Invicta (h) 0-1
09 Chelmsford City (h) 1-2
13 Maidstone United (a) 1-2
16 Margate (a) 1-2
20 Ashford Town (Kent) (a) 4-1F.A.Trophy 1RQ
27 Boreham Wood (h) 4-0
30 Wealdstone (h) 0-1
03 Bashley (a) F.A.Trophy 2RQ 1-3
10 Hastings United (a) 1-0
17 Heybridge Swifts (a) 0-0
24 Tonbridge Agels (h) P-P
01 Staines Town (h) P-P
01 Ashford Town (Middx) (h) 0-3
08 Carshalton Athletic (a) 1-2
15 Hendon (h) 1-11
22 Harlow Town (a) 1-6
26 AFC Hornchurch (h) 2-5
29 East Thurrock United (a) 0-1
05 Folkestone Invicta (a) 0-2
12 Harrow Borough (h) 0-3
19 Chelmsford City (a) 1-2
22 Tonbridge Angels (h) 0-4
26 Maidstone Untd (h) 0-1
29 Beckenham Town (h) LSC4R 3-2
02 Horsham (a) 1-5
05 Staines Town (h) 2-2
09 Billericay Town (h) 0-2
16 AFC Wimbledon (a) 0-5
26 Hendon (h) LSCQF 1-2
01 Heybridge Swifts (h) 0-3
08 Tonbridge Angels (a) 0-3
15 Staines Town (a)
22 Ramsgate (h)
24 AFC Hornchurch (a)
29 Carshalton Athletic (h)
05 Boreham Wood (a)
12 Margate (h)
19 Wealdtsone (a)
26 Hastings United (h)
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2007 – 2008
B. Bricknell 12
T. Oshitola 5
J. Bricknell 4
J-P Colliers 3
M. Gradosielski 3
S. Henry 3
S. Winston 3
R. Alderton 1
B. Gracey 1
R Hazard 1
G. Henty 1
J. Hughes 1
K. Imbert 1
D. Jones 1
S. Lee 1
O. Ojelabi 1
R. Osei-Owusu 1
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East Thurrock United
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Potters Bar Town
Wingate & Finchley
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The Osaki OS-7200 could be one of the most technologically advanced massage chairs on the market and we think it is a perfect fit for our soccer teams.
It is considered a premium massage chair; offering a level of customization and quality of tension and pain-relieving (great for players) massage rarely seen in other brands.
In this Osaki 7200 review we’re going to look in more depth at why this model has developed such a strong following among massage chair users.
Osaki OS-7200 Massage Chair Best Features
There are many good chairs available. Osaki is one of the best massage chair brands (as mentioned by Health Nerdy) As you might imagine from the top-end pricing, the Osaki 7200 is a “professional grade” massage chair that offers one of the largest range of features seen in any comparable chair.
We’ve said it before, but the quality of the massage you can expect from a massage chair is almost directly related to the number of airbags being used. These airbags gently fill and empty repeatedly throughout your massage, accurately mimicking the motion of human hands.
The more airbags used, the more accurate the massage experience; and the more body parts can be targeted.
Unsurprisingly the 7200, with its impressive 51 airbags, is able to offer a full body massage. Unlike cheaper massage chairs which may only target the upper back and shoulders, the Osaki 7200 is able to massage the legs, arms and lower back just as well, meaning that no matter where your tension or discomfort may be this massage chair has the technology to reach those difficult areas.
Automatic Body Scanning
Its fair to say that we’re all different. Some of us are taller than others, while the natural line of our spines can also vary. For some people, this can make massage chairs an unsatisfactory alternative to manual human massage.
Fortunately the OS-7200H has a solution to this in the form of body scanning. The airbags and rollers are carefully fitted into a gentle “s-shaped” back rest, allowing just as much focus on the lower back as the upper body receives.
The strength and intensity of the massage provided is affected by your unique body shape, helping to produce a satisfying massage no matter what your body type or needs.
This also means that if you suffer from lower back pain and have been less than overwhelmed by competing massage chairs, the OS-7200 offers one of the most complete lower back massage programs on the market.
You may have experienced a professional massage at the hands of an experiences masseuse who managed to find “just the right spot” with their thumbs to gently ease away discomfort or tension.
The 7200 has been designed with twin sets of rollers for the back that move in unison, thus accurately mimicking the actions of two human thumbs gently kneading the shoulders and upper back.
Heated Neck Massage
For those of us spending lots of time sitting up all day – such as office workers sitting at a desk – the neck can be one of the first body parts to suffer. Holding our neck aloft all day long can lead to pain, tiredness and tension, especially in the muscles at the back of the neck.
In conjunction with the built-in airbags and rollers, the 7200 also offers two heated neck pads to relax the muscles and relieve tension swiftly and successfully.
Zero Gravity Recline
Like all the best top-end massage chairs, the OS-7200 reclines to maximum angle of 170′ – for a so-called “zero gravity” massage. This is the angle at which the knees are held slightly above the shoulders where, as a result, all tension is removed from the spine.
Zero gravity massage chairs like this not only make for a more enjoyable recreational massage experience, but those suffering from back pain will also benefit from the soothing pressure-releasing posture that this chair supports.
Note that the angle of recline is variable, allowing you to control the angle and find a position that suits you personally.
Long Roller Stroke
If there’s one problem with massage chairs that seldom gets discussed it’s how badly taller individuals are catered for. In many cases if you’re considerably larger than the average person you’ll find that a massage chair fails to address the entirety of your back. Understandably this can make for a less-than-satisfactory massage experience.
For taller individuals, however, there is a solution in the form of “long roller strokes”. Massage chairs that offer such a feature (normally the higher-end models) massage a larger total surface area. This means that even if you’re 7 feet tall you should still be able to enjoy a full-body massage.
The roller stroke length on the 7200 is an impressive 31″, helping to make it an ideal massage chair for taller people. Equally, the level of control possible with this chair means that more average-sized individuals needs not get left out of the fun!
6 Massage Types
We each have our own preferences when it comes to massage. If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last few years of chatting to massage chair owners its that there’s no such thing as “one size fits all”.
For this reason a general rule of thumb is that the more massage options a chair offers, the more successful the eventual massage will be. Quite simply more options means a chair is more likely to satisfy your unique needs.
The Osaki 7200 does not disappoint in this department, and offers a total of 6 different kinds of massage. For your reference these are:
- Kneading & tapping
8 Preset Programs
While the OS-7200H does indeed offer complete manual control – so that you can customize every aspect of your massage program – it also comes with an impressive 8 standards preset programs. Try experimenting with each one in turn to see which modes really bring you the relief you seek.
The 8 built-in programs are:
- Fill Air
- Upper Body
- Lower Body
- Full Body Anti Stress
- Full Body Muscle Relief
- Full Body Wake Up
- Full Body Recovery
To make your massage experience even more enjoyable the 7200 offers two built-in speakers present in the headrest. Simply plug your mp3 player or cell phone into the provided jack and relax to the sound of your favorite music.
Try natural sounds like lapping waves or babbling brooks for the ultimate “take me away” massage relaxation experience.
Osaki 7200 Specifications
Like all the best massage chairs, the OS 7200 is a seriously large bit of kit. When you consider all the airbags and other technology built in not to mention the full recline feature you’re going to need a decent amount of space to successfully house and use this massage chair.
In the upright position the OS 7200 measures approximately 48 inches by 35 inches by 57. However when in the “zero gravity” position, with the leg rest fully extended, the chair measures in at almost 75″ in overall length. This is therefore not a chair for a tiny condo.
That said, of course, this shouldn’t be seen as a negative. The dimensions of this particular chair, which weighs in at 231lbs, ensure that you are fully supported and “cocooned” into it’s air-cushioned luxury fabric, providing one of the most accurately-replicated massage experiences available anywhere.
As you may have guessed by now, the OS-7200 is a truly impressive massage chair. While it is certainly at the top end of the market, in the world of massage chairs you really do get what you pay for. For anyone willing to invest some money in order to experience the ultimate home-based massage the 7200 should rate highly on your list of possibilities.
With a long list of impressive features and the long history that Osaki offers, there should be little doubt that the 7200 is one of the best massage chairs for soccer players an sport professionals.
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All generations, human civilizations have been dancing. Whether for cultural reasons or pure enjoyment, there is an excellent feeling that one receives in the art of movement. Just ask the committed dancers who have come to practice each and every day.
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In any scenario, there are dance studios around metro Detroit that offer dance lessons for adults which range from beginning to expert levels of expertise. Here are a couple dance studios we think are worth checking out for mature dance lessons.
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For those interested in exploring the area of dance free of cost, Dance Studio at Royal Oak has complimentary introductory courses out there. This introductory lesson is one-of-a-kind with a dancing teacher and will teach you the basic steps for many different dance styles.
Additionally, your dance educator can allow you to figure out what type of dance program is right for you, should you choose to go further with your lessons.
If you’re looking for something a little more”out of the box,” check out Agora Arts in Detroit. Mixing yoga and carnival courses, i.e. classes about motion and aerial motion, it offers all of their classes to adults of varying levels of expertise.
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Welcome to the London Football Clubs website!
Welcome to the London Football Clubs website. Find out all the latest news, fixtures and results for every London football team here. The English Premier league is commonly known as Premier League, or the Barclays Premier League, and is followed by passionate football fans from all over the world. In London this passion is so intense that the city is dotted with pubs whose clientele follow specific clubs, and if you support another club or team, you are not welcome inside. If you do gain entrance somehow and the locals come to know that you support another side, you will be literally kicked out.
The English premier league was founded on the 20th February in 1992. There are about 20 teams or clubs participating in the tournament. It comes under the jurisdiction of the UEFA (European) confederation.
As well as the league competition, there are two domestic cup competitions held each season, known as the FA Cup and the League Cup.
The season runs from August to May every year. Each team plays 38 games a year and in total the league has about 380 games. If there is no result at the end of 90 minutes, a match is considered to be a draw and the clubs shares the points.
EPL games are usually held on Saturdays or Sundays.
The league was simply known as the Premiership from 1993 to 2007 but has since been sponsored by Barclays Bank, now being as the Barclay’s Premier League. If you want to know more about London Football Clubs, please contact us.