The King Power Stadium is a 32,500 seater stadium which was built in 2002 as the new home of Leicester City Football Club, located a short distance from their previous stadium, Filbert Street.
The modern stadium has a simple but effective design, making the King Power Stadium a loud and lively arena on matchday and a popular choice with football supporters.
The stadium consists of four stands: The North Stand, South Stand, East Stand and West Stand with the clubs main hospitality and VIP suites being housed in the West Stand.
The King Power Stadium has also honoured some of the past players by naming Leicester hospitality suites and lounges after club greats. The likes of Gordon Banks, Arthur Chandler, Gary Lineker and Arthur Rowley are a handful of players to have been recognised.
Football Ticket Pad has a variety of tickets available in each part of the stadium, including in the away section which is situated in the North East corner of the ground.