Representing the East Midlands, Leicester City Football Club takes on visiting opposition in the King Power Stadium, and are one of the few sides to have won the English Premier League to not belong to the traditional "Big Four" or "Big Six" football clubs.
With a history hailing back to 1884, Leicester City FC have underwent many evolutions and ground changes over the years before finally attaining unexpected glory in the 2015-16, where they became only the 7th football club to have won the Premier League since its inception. This title-winning side, "The Unbelievables", were responsible for the club's first and only domestic title win thus far.
Generally a constant fixture in England's top two divisions, Leicester have only spent a single season outside of the Premier League or the Championship in its entire history. They have the joint-highest number of second-tier titles with seven trophies (six Second Division and one Championship). And have won the League Cup three times, and contested the FA Cup four times, but unfortunately losing in each outing. Leicester however, remains new to European campaigns, having played only four seasons in continental competition. Leicester have also won the Charity Shield once in 1971, unexpectedly beating Liverpool 1-0.