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Aug.192024Montag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Tottenham HotspurMontag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Aug.312024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Aston VillaSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Sept.212024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v EvertonSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Okt.052024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v BournemouthSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Okt.262024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Nottingham ForestSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Nov.232024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v ChelseaSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Dez.072024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v BrightonSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Dez.212024Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v WolverhamptonSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Dez.292024Sonntag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Manchester CitySonntag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Jan.142025Dienstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Crystal PalaceDienstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Jan.182025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v FulhamSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Feb.152025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v ArsenalSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Feb.222025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v BrentfordSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
März152025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Manchester UnitedSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Apr.052025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Newcastle UnitedSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Apr.192025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v LiverpoolSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Mai032025Samstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v SouthamptonSamstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Mai152025Donnerstag15:00 UhrLeicester City v Ipswich TownDonnerstag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England
Mai252025Sonntag15:00 UhrLeicester Premier League 2024/25 Sonntag 15:00 UhrKing Power StadionLeicester, England

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Leicester City FC Matches

Leicester City holds the distinction of having the greatest fairytale story in English football, sensationally winning the 2015/16 Premier League season.

Since then, they had some high points of playing in the Champions League and winning the FA Cup. But they have also struggled the last few seasons & find themselves in The Championship this season. However, they have managed to retain some of their stars including Kelechi Iheanacho, Patson Daka, Jamie Vardy, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall & Ricardo Pereria.

Leicester City History

Leicester City FC was founded in 1884 as Leicester Fosse, adopting the current name in 1919. The club has a long and storied history, with several notable achievements and moments that have cemented their place in English football lore.

In the early years of the club's existence, Leicester Fosse played in local leagues and competed against other teams in the Midlands region of England. However, in 1894, they were elected to the Football League Second Division, and in 1908, they were promoted to the First Division for the first time in their history.

The Foxes made their first major cup final, the FA Cup, in 1949, unfortunately losing 3-1 to Wolves. They finally did get their first piece of silverware in 1964, when they lifted the League Cup after beating Stoke City 4-3 on aggregate.

During this successful period, Leicester made multiple cup finals and had some notable future legends as part of their team, none more so than 1966 World Cup winner Gordon Banks.

The England goalkeeper, regarded as one of the greatest keepers of all time, played for Leicester between 1959-1967, making 293 appearances.

Throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, the club experienced very mixed fortunes. They were relegated to the Second Division in 1978, then went back to the First Division in 1980, only to go back down again in ‘81, then back up again in ‘83.

During this period, a young homegrown talent emerged as the standout star in the team, who went by the name of Gary Lineker. Lineker would go on to play for England, as well as Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspur, and was the Ballon d’Or runner-up in 1986.

1996 saw them level out somewhat, finding a home in the Premier League until 2002. However, after being relegated following the 2001/02 season, they bounced around again for a few years.

They eventually landed in the Championship for four years from 2004-2008, and even reached as low as League One for one season, before going back to the Championship.

It wasn't until 2014 that Leicester City's fortunes began to turn around in a major way. Under the leadership of returning manager Nigel Pearson, the team won promotion back to the Premier League in 2014 and survived relegation the following season.

However, it was the appointment of Claudio Ranieri as manager in 2015 that proved to be a turning point for the club.

In the 2015-16 season, Leicester City defied all odds to win the Premier League title, finishing 10 points clear of second-placed Arsenal. The team's success was built on a combination of tactical innovation, team spirit, and the outstanding performances of players such as Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez, and N'Golo Kante.

Vardy in particular played a huge role as their main talisman, breaking former Manchester United and Holland striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy’s scoring streak record, which was 10 consecutive games, with Vardy scoring 13 goals in 11 straight matches.

The "miracle" of Leicester City's title win captured the imagination of football fans around the world, and their remarkable achievement in 2016 will always be remembered as one of the greatest moments in the history of English football.

Leicester City Club Stats & Records

Team Records

Total major titles won: 7

First Division titles: 1

Biggest win: 13-0 vs Notts Olympic (FA Cup, 1894)

Highest home attendance: 47,298 (vs Tottenham Hotspur, Filbert Street, FA Cup fifth round, 1928)

Players Records

Most appearances: Graham Cross - 600

Youngest first-team player: Ashley Chambers - 15 years and 203 days

Oldest first-team player: Mark Schwarzer - 43 years and 21 days

All-time top scorer: Arthur Chandler - 273

Most goals in a season: Arthur Rowler - 44 goals

King Power Stadium

The King Power Stadium is a football stadium located in Leicester, England. It is the home ground of Leicester City FC and has a capacity of 32,261 spectators. The stadium was opened in 2002 and replaced the club's former home, Filbert Street.

The design of the stadium is modern and sleek, with four stands that wrap around the pitch. The stands have their typical North, South, East and West names, but are also known and named after former Leicester City players and managers, including the Lineker Stand (North), the Fosse Stand (West), and the Kop Stand (South).

One of the most striking features of the King Power Stadium is its state-of-the-art LED lighting system, which can be programmed to display different colours and patterns. This feature is often used during matchdays to create a vibrant and exciting atmosphere for fans.

Plans for expansion to bring the capacity of the stadium to 40,000 has been talked about for some time, and in September 2022 those plans were approved.

As mentioned, their former home was Filbert Street stadium, which had housed the Foxes since 1891. It was gradually upgraded throughout the 20th century, however around the turn of the millennium, it was realised that the stadium was no longer big enough and was rather outdated, so plans for a new stadium were put in place.

Leicester City Derbies & Rivalries

Leicester City FC has several rivals in English football, with whom they contest fierce and intense derby matches. One of their biggest rivals is Nottingham Forest, a club located just 30 miles away from Leicester. The two teams have a long-standing rivalry that dates back several decades, and their matches are always highly anticipated by fans on both sides.

The all-time head-to-head record started with their first game in 1901. Since then, there have been 109 games played, with the teams sharing the same amount of wins with 41 each and 27 draws.

Another local rival of Leicester City is Derby County, who are based in the city of Derby, around 40 miles away from Leicester. The rivalry between these two clubs is not as intense as the one with Nottingham Forest, but their matches are still important fixtures on the calendar for fans of both teams.

Derby has a strong lead in the head-to-head, with 46 wins to Leicester's 34 and 28 draws in their 108 meetings.

Leicester City also has a rivalry with Coventry City, who are located around 20 miles to the east of Leicester. The rivalry between these two clubs is based on their geographical proximity, with it being named the M69 derby.

In 86 meetings, Leicester has won 37 times, Coventry has won 25 times, and there have been 24 draws.

In recent years, Leicester City's success in the Premier League has also led to rivalries with some of the biggest clubs in the country, including Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool. These matches are not traditional derbies, but they are still fiercely contested and highly anticipated by fans of both teams.

Chelsea can also be thrown in there, as Leicester have one up on them in recent years, having beaten them in the 2021 FA Cup final. The same goes for Manchester City, who they beat in the 2021 Community Shield.

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Leicester City may be in a tricky situation once again this season, but they are a strong side who are more than capable of gaining promotion back into the Premier League.

With what should be some of their best football coming now to the end of the season, you will want to be there to experience every moment.

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