How to buy Leicester City football tickets?
We sometimes get people asking us how can I get Leicester football tickets? Premierr League football matches are almost always sold out. When you're not a member, it's almost impossible to get tickets for a Leicester City match. At Livefootballtickets.com we've managed to get our hands on a bunch of tickets for the Foxes! Let's walk you through the steps before the tickets are yours.
- Select the match you want to attend and click 'View Tickets'.
- Select the area you would like to sit within King Power Stadium.
- Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
- Click on the green 'Buy' button.
- Complete the order form using your personal details.
- Don't forget to check all your information is correct.
- Click 'Make Payment'.
- The tickets are now yours!
King Power Stadium
Filbert Way, Leicester LE2 7FL, United Kingdom
The King Power Stadium opened it's doors in 2002. With a capacity of 32,312 it's the 20th biggest stadium in England. The stadium is named after Thailand's leading travel group King Power, which has the same owners as Leicester City football club.
Best way to travel to King Power Stadium
After booking your Leicester City football tickets, it's time to find out how you can get to King Power Stadium. There are several ways how you get get to the stadium in Leicester. If you live close to the stadium the club recommends you to go by foot! Here are the best options for a matchday visit to the stadium.
Leicester Train Station is approximately 1.2 miles from King Power Stadium, which is roughly a five-minute car journey or a 20-minute walk.
Within the surrounding area, there are a number of car parking options, including Freemans Common Business Park (LE2 7SQ). These are independent car parks run in aid of charity, with the price varying depending on the car park. Alternatively, there is street parking available, although supporters are advised to make note of parking restrictions which may apply on matchday, including resident-only parking areas.
A number of bus services run from Leicester city centre to King Power Stadium, stopping on Aylestone Road, which is a five-minute walk from the Football Club. Most buses in Leicester are low floor vehicles meaning they can be lowered to pavement level once the bus has stopped and all include wheelchair spaces.
League Position Last Year:
Brendan Rodgers is the successor of Claude Puel at Leicester City. Rodgers was the manager who almost led Liverpool to their first Premier League title in many years. After his spell at Liverpool he moved to Celtic where he won many trophies. Leicester City gave him the opportunity to return to the Premier League in February 2019. He's making a very good impression with his team since his return in England.
Leicester City transfers
Leicester City is always active on the transfer market, especially after missing out on Champions League qualification they want to improve even further. In an attempt to keep improving and fighting for a European ticket they need to renew their squad. In this part we name all incoming and outgoing transfers for Leicester City.
Main outgoing transfers
- Christian Fusch to Charlotte Independence
- Matty James to Briston City
- Wes Morgan end of career
Main incoming transfers
- Jannik Vestergaard from Southampton
- Patson Daka from RB Salzburg
- Boubakary Soumaré from LOSC Lille
- Ryan Bertrand from Southampton
Leicester City Honours & Trophies
Leicester City was always a team who travelled through the leagues. In recent years they shocked the football World by winning the Premier League. This is a list with all trophies they've won.
Premier League wins:
Second division wins:
7 (latest: 2013/14)
FA Cup wins:
Football League One wins:
Football League cup wins:
3 (latest: 1999/00)
Community Shield wins:
The fixture between Nottingham Forest and Leicester City is a football rivalry played between the two East Midlands clubs, often referred to as an East Midlands derby. There have been a total of 104 meetings dating back to 1901.
Historically, Derby have a better record against Leicester beating them 46 times in 108 meetings. Leicester have won 34 meetings with 28 ending in draws. However, in recent years Leicester have dominated the fixture, having won 8 of the last 9 meetings. Although both clubs have a strong mutual dislike of each other, they both consider Nottingham Forest their main rivals.
This match is also called the M69 Derby. The rivalry has declined in recent years as Leicester's success, culminating in a maiden Premier League title win in 2016, has coincided with Coventry struggling in the Football League, being relegated to League Two in 2017. It's not very likely this derby will take place anytime soon in the Premier League.
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