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Leicester City FC, nicknamed as the Foxes, is an English football club founded in 1884. The football club was founded by Former students of Wyggeston School and named as “Leicester Fosse”. In 1890, the club joined the football association. After the first world war, Leicester Fosse experienced financial difficulties which forced the club to be reformed, taking a brand new name; Leicester City Football Club. The club is now based in King Power Stadium, and the Leicester City tickets available for the football lovers.

Leicester City FC was the proud winner of the 2015 – 2016 Premium League. This came as a surprise even though the team had previously won league cup thrice emerged as the runners-up a few times at the FA cups with Leicester City tickets selling steadily upwards.

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Leicester returned to the Premier League in 2004 scoring good results; begins with a 2–2 draw with Everton, but LCFC tickets were not selling as expected. In October 2006, Milan Mandarin showed interest in purchasing the club at £6 million to boost confidence and improve the sales of Leicester City tickets. The Foxes have grown famous over the past 8 years. In 2014, the Foxes reclaimed their position in the Premier League when it scored a 1–0 win against Stoke City. With one of its greatest comeback on 21, September 2014 when it beat Manchester United FC 5-3 at the legendary king Power Stadium; the Foxes scored 4 goals in the last 30 minutes, making it the first football team to score 2 goals more than Manchester United since the launch of the premium league in 1992. The subsequent matches shown an improved Leicester City tickets sales with many fans booking more than three games. The early part of 2014–15 season, saw Leicester at the bottom with; the FC had only scored 19 points from the 29 games it had played. Surprisingly, the Foxes changed their game emerging number 14 with 41 points in the 2014 -2015 premier league, where it ended the season by scoring 5-1 against Queens Park Rangers.

Leicester City FC – The 2015/2016 Premier League champions

The Foxes started 2015–16 Premier League season with a new manager; Claudio Ranieri – former Chelsea team manager. This was after Pearson was sacked, due to PR issues throughout the previous season, with his son James making the situation even worse with his involvement in a racist sex tape while touring Thailand. Ranieri, as the new manager, the expectations were high and may fans believed that Foxes form at the end of the season was going to affect Leicester City tickets. However, the Leicester City tickets were still affordable. The season kicked off exceptionally for the foxes with Leicester’s player Jamie Vardy scoring 13 goals in 11 consecutive games, breaking the previous record made by Ruud van Nistelrooy. Leicester beats Everton 3–2 on the 19 December when it tops the Premier League. This unbelievable match shocked many since Leicester had been bottom 12 months earlier. For the first time, Leicester found its way into the champion’s league after the 2-0 Sunderland victory on 10 April and Tottenham’s 3–0 victory over Manchester United. Another main factor that contributed to Leicester victory on 2 May 2016 was when Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur had a draw on the match with a 2–2.

At the end of October, it was crystal clear that Foxes were the team to beat. Ranieri’s primary concern was for the Foxes to remain in the league. The team did not disappoint him when they emerged first with 10 points ahead of Arsenal. Foxes scored in all of the Premier League matches except for three while their rivals like Tottenham and Arsenal failed to score on several occasions. The mark set by Leicester in the 2015/ 2016 Premier League has been passed by four previous Premier League champions;

• 1999/2000 – Manchester United in – 18
• 2004/05 – Chelsea – 12
• 2003/04 Arsenal – 11
• 2012/13 – Manchester United – 11

The whole team gave it their best, however, the three players who stood out were Vardy, Mahrez, and Kante. Vardy’s and Mahrez’ goal-scoring ability made fans go crazy, while Kante perfected in his midfield play. Forced to choose between the three stars, Algerian Mahrez would be our man. Seventeen goals are exceptional performance to a winger.

Have you bought 2016/17 Leicester City Tickets?

Foxes’ home matches are played at King Power Stadium. Sometimes there is a general sale of Leicestertickets for a short while, being a club member gives you a better chance of getting a ticket.

Enjoy safe purchase of Leicester City tickets from the official Club websites or our ticket office; you could do this over the phone or in person. Details of other authorised Leicester City tickets outlets are provided on our official website.

A campaign has been launched by the league to protect the fans against the fraudulent activities by the touts. Some of the ugly experiences, fans have suffered for buying Leicester City tickets from touts include:

• Sitting on the wrong side; opponent fans’ area.
• Compromised personal information including bank details that may lead to fraud in the future.
• Not receiving the ticket at all or cancelled tickets; causing you to lose your money.
• Fake tickets may cause you either to be barred from entering the stadium or be removed from the stadium during the match
• Buying match tickets at inflated prices

What should you look out for when buying Leicester City tickets?

• Over-inflated ticket prices
• Tickets sold several months before the match date
• Tickets miss important details like seat location (stand, row, or seat number)
• The number of tickets on offer for high-profile games
• Collection points for the tickets which are not the stadium, for instance, a hotel.
• Asked to take back the tickets after attending the match

It is your responsibility as a fan to help with the situation of fraudsters posing as ticketing agents. Go ahead and share your negative experience or give information about any unauthorised Leicester tickets. We are discrete with such sensitive information.

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