Leicester City History
Leicester City Football Club, also known as the Foxes, is a Leicester-based football club in the East Midlands of England. It was founded in 1884 by a group of boys of Wyggeston School as Leicester Fosse Football Club and adopted the name of Leicester City in 1919 and plays its home ground matches at King Power Stadium, which has a capacity of more than thirty-two thousand people. The Club is owned by King Power and is under the guidance of Head Coach Adam Sadler and the chairmanship of Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha.
In the early twenty-first century, the Club experienced a period of poor performance and reached its all-time worst decline. However, the Club regained its momentum after performing well in the 2016 UEFA Championship league. Since then, the Club has won many famous tournaments and been the runner-up in many European Cups.
The Club’s main rivals are Nottingham Forest, Derby County, and Coventry City. On 2nd April 2023, Brendan Rodgers, the Club’s most recent manager, departed.
Leicester City Basic Details
|King Power Stadium
|Mike Stowell,Adam Sadler
|Year of Establishment
Leicester City Achievement/Honours
|First Premier League
|Third League One
|FA Charity Shield
|Danny Ward,Daniel Iversen
|Daniel Amartey,Harry Souttar,James Justin,Caglar Soeyuencue,Jannik Vestergaard,Joe Wormleighton,Jonny Evans,Luke Thomas,Ricardo Pereira,Timothy Castagne,Victor Kristiansen,Wesley Fofana,Wout Faes
|Boubakary Soumare,Dennis Praet,Harvey Barnes,James Maddison,Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall,Lewis Brunt,Nampalys Mendy,Sammy Braybrooke,Wanya Marcal-Madivadua,Wilfred NdidiYouri Tielemans
|Jamie Vardy,Kelechi Iheanacho,Patson Daka,Mateus Tete