Leicester City: Club Profile

The first time we played Leicester City was in 2008-9 FA Cup First Round – but we were well-beaten by the Foxes that day. They were a League One side at that point, providing our memory isn’t failing us. And then, just a few seasons later, they were Premier League champions. Must’ve been something we said or did we reckon…

 

The Facts

Leicester City: Record vs Boro'

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100103-300%

* league points only


Leicester City: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 08 November 2008

 

Players For Us... and Them

Jon AshtonProfile
Paul BrookerProfile
Steve ButlerProfile
DJ CampbellProfile
Robert CodnerProfile
Lee CoxProfile
Scott EustaceProfile
Steve GuppyProfile
Barry HaylesProfile
Steve HoldenProfile
Junior LewisProfile
Ryan LoftProfile
Michael LoveProfile
Jamie MarchProfile
Sam McMahonProfile
Alan ParisProfile
Steve SheaProfile
Adam SmithProfile
Sean St LedgerProfile
Martin WilliamsProfile
Harry WorleyProfile

Leicester City Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Leicester City Travel Information – Distance: 80 miles

By Road

After travelling north on the M1, you’ll be wanting to exit the motorway at Junction 21 for the M69/A5460. Take the third option at the roundabout; this not only saves you travelling towards Coventry, but takes you into Leicester too. Helpful. After three miles travelling along the A5460, turn right into Upperton Road and continue across the River Soar and onto Raw Dykes Road, which curves round to the right. The stadium will be ahead of you.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

Are you a fan of street parking? You might be in luck if you’re early enough – but watch out for resident schemes in the immediate area. Your options for parking also include a trip to Leicester Tigers Rugby Club at Welford Road (£10 a pop) or even the club’s own car park if you pre-book (£17).


By Rail

Station: LEICESTER
Services to: PETERBOROUGH

It’ll be a 1.5-mile walk from the station to the King Power Stadium, taking you about 30 minutes on a good day. Leave the station in a south-west direction on Station Street towards London Road, before turning left and passing the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery.

Turn left onto London Road, before a quick right for Aylestone Walk past a Toyota dealership and then left for Aylestone Road. As you come along side a Leicester College campus, turn right into Brazil Street and then left once again for Burnmoor Street. You’ll come to Bristol Street Motors on your right, where you’ll essentially be confronted by the stadium straight ahead.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner