2020 may be a year we want to let go of and move on from. We look at New Year’s Eve as not only a celebration of the year but a chance for a fresh start – that’s why we create resolutions. This year we have all been carrying a lot of extra weight on our shoulders, leading us to look for a new experience but a resolution doesn’t have to be more added baggage.
With recent government announcements making this Christmas even more challenging, it is the perfect time to check in with friends and family. If you notice someone behaving differently or being distant, it’s a good idea to see if there’s anything you can do to help. When we say ‘check in’ with loved ones this Christmas, we don’t just mean a quick phone call. When you ask someone how they are, ask with purpose.
After last weeks game was cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch the first team are finally back in action on Sunday after a long break. They face Derby County at Loughborough University Stadium, a reverse of or first fixture of the current season. The pair will also face each other in the new year as this weeks FA Cup draw saw Foxes pull out a home tie against the rams early in the second round.
It’s well known that exercise can help with your mental wellbeing, but what if you can’t? Pip Cassidy suffered an injury back in preseason last year. We spoke to her about how she deals with being out injured and her top tips for being kind to yourself during rehab!
This weekend our first team are back in action in the FA Women’s National League Northern Premier as they travel to face Hull City Ladies. It is both teams first game after the national lockdown throughout November. Both sides will be keen to restart the league with a win on the board. Our Opposition Hull… Read More »Hull City Ladies Preview
In today’s society there isn’t any time to experience what’s happening because we are too busy thinking about what is coming next, what is on the to-do list the next day, and what did and didn’t happen yesterday.
Loughborough Foxes are saddened to hear of the passing of Andy Newbold. Loughborough Foxes recently received heart breaking news that Andy Newbold passed away on the 25th November, after a 7-month battle with cancer, at the age of 47. Andy was an integral member of the club and was the club’s Chairman, U18 manager, key… Read More »In Memorium: Andy Newbold
Everyone at Loughborough Foxes Womens and Girls FC is excited to launch our new website! http://www.lborofoxes.co.uk is now home to all of our teams from Wildcats through to the first team and where Foxes fans can find out news and recent results in addition to any information they need to know about the club! We… Read More »Welcome to the new home of Loughborough Foxes
Foxes were back at home for their last match before lockdown. It was a appearance this season for Nicki Russell as she got the call up after scoring a hattrick for development the week prior. The home side got off to a strong start with multiple opportunities in the first 5 minutes putting Boro on… Read More »Boro Get a Last-minute Winner