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At present, LGFC have embarked on a ten year project with the aim of enhancing the club’s strategy in promoting the game of football at club level in Gibraltar. LGFC are proud to have ten youth teams ranging from U7’s to U15’s and three senior teams. LGFC see the connection between players as a vital club belief.

They are a team play which plays with a no fear approach and who like to pass the ball about when the opportunity arises. The added experience in midfield through combative midfielder Jansen Dalli and the technical ability of Nick Thompson and Argentinian Emilio Sansolini, Lions like to play football that is very easy on the eye. They also have the ability of applying a fast and direct style of football with emphasis on incorporating pace on the flanks and up top.

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With the likes of hot prospects and youth internatioanls Bradley Banda, Jayce Olivero, Shaun De Los Santos and Jules Origo, getting regular glimpses of Premier football, these boys could become a side battling for the title in the future.

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Lions Gibraltar  Wellington Front 43A, Via Queensway Road, Gibraltar.

In February 2015 the club announced plans to become a feeder club with Premier League club Swansea City, however, these plans fell through.

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Lions Gibraltar is a professional football club in Gibraltar. They play in the country's top level league, the Gibraltar Premier Division.

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Gibraltar National Assistant Coach Dave Wilson will take over as Head Coach of the Lions Gibraltar FC

Lions Gibraltar was founded as Lions Football Club in 1966 when a group of friends decided to take up a team after the euphoria of England winning the 1966 World Cup, thus the three lions on its club badge. After a quiet 45-year history, the club merged with league giants Gibraltar United in 2011 to create a much stronger side. After 3 years, however, Gibraltar United broke away to form their own side once again in 2014.

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They were created by a merger of Gibraltar United F.C. and Lions FC in 2011.[1]