Securing your Leicester City tickets is easy and secure and customers can view our selection of LCFC tickets below, clicking on the match that you wish to purchase. When buying Leicester City football tickets from Football Ticket Pad you get exclusive tickets to Leicester games and you're guaranteed a great seat at the heart of the action with a 100% ticket guarantee. If you are looking to catch a LCFC match away from the King Power Stadium you can browse Leicester tickets to away games to cheer on the Foxes on their travels.
The club’s main anthem is ‘When You’re Smiling’ and the supporters, who are referred to as the Blue Army, travel in large numbers to both home and away fixtures to watch their side. Football Ticket Pad has a range of Leicester tickets available for all of their matches in the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and Champions League for the 2016/17 season.
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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.
King Power Stadium Seating
South Stand: Otherwise known as ‘The Kop’, this is the prime seating area for Leicester City ticket holders. Customers are sat behind the goal and they can purchase their seats in the South Stand with their Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower tickets from Football Ticket Pad. The 2015/16 Premier League champions can create a great noise at the King Power Stadium and the South Stand is at the forefront.
West Stand: The West Stand offers some fantastic ticket options for Football Ticket Pad customers looking to secure their Leicester City tickets at the King Power Stadium. Fans can enjoy prime seats on the halfway line with a variety of Longside Upper and Longside Lower tickets or they can experience matchday with Leicester City hospitality and LCFC VIP tickets, including seats in the Fosse Club - offering ticket holders a three-course meal, central seats and a matchday programme.
North Stand: This is often referred to as the Family Stand and houses a majority of LCFC season ticket holders. Customers will be sat behind the goal and there can often be a lively atmosphere due to the close proximity to the away fans who are seated in the north-east section of the stadium. Football Ticket Pad customers will have a limited number of Leicester City tickets available for each match for fans looking for seats in the North Stand with Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower tickets.
East Stand: Also known as the Air Asia East Stand, customers can enjoy unrestricted views of the action from this large single tiered stand. The supporters are packed close to the playing surface which helps generate a more intimate atmosphere. Football Ticket Pad has a selection of Leicester City tickets available for customers looking to secure seats in the East Stand. We have tickets available for every Leicester City home match, including the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and UEFA Champions League.
Leicester City Ticket types
Season/Members cards: These reserved seats which belong to Leicester City season ticket holders and members who have made their seat available to Football Ticket Pad customers for home matches at the King Power Stadium. Football Ticket Pad customers can purchase season/members cards for matches of their choice depending on ticket availability. Once purchased, customers will then receive their LCFC tickets in plenty of time before kick-off, returning their season/members card in a pre-paid envelope once the match has finished.
E-tickets: Leicester City carry an e-ticket option but this only applies for Football Ticket Pad customers purchasing Leicester City hospitality tickets. E-tickets are confirmed in an email once the payment has been authorised. Leicester ticket holders can then scan the email barcode on entry to the King Power Stadium. There are plenty of hospitality options, with the most popular suites being in the West Stand.
Paper tickets: Once your ticket payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your transaction details. Customers then receive their Leicester City tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and will be notified by email once their tickets have been dispatched. Leicester ticket holders can then enter the stadium by scanning their paper ticket at the displayed turnstile on their ticket.
Leicester City: Last Season
Leicester City defied the odds and became the Premier League champions in what was a fairytale season which shocked world football.
Claudio Ranieri led The Foxes to the top of the table in a record breaking season which was marked by the goalscoring exploits of Jamie Vardy, creativity of Riyad Mahrez and tenacity of N’Golo Kante as Leicester won the league by ten points ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Leicester lost only three matches all season and were deserved champions come the end of May. Eyebrows were raised when Claudio ‘The Tinkerman’ Ranieri was appointed prior to the season but any concerns they had were soon forgotten as Leicester began the season at a canter, remaining unbeaten until the end of September before being undone in a 5-2 defeat to Arsenal.
The Foxes then took 26 points from their next ten matches to top the Premier League table at Christmas and get fans dreaming of the impossible as Jamie Vardy broke the Premier League record previously set by Ruud Van Nistelrooy of scoring in 11 consecutive matches.
Vardy extended his run to fourteen matches and Leicester went on to record impressive victories against both Liverpool and Manchester United to extend their lead at the top. The 5000/1 outsiders for the Premier League title then won the title with two games to spare, keeping six clean sheets in their last seven matches to clinch the title. It was a truly remarkable achievement and a season that will live long in the memory of all football fanatics.