Popular Name: Leicester
Short Name: LEI
Nickname(s): The Foxes, The Blues, City, Blue Army
Year Founded: 1884
Stadium: King Power Stadium
Leicester City have the chance to win the Premier League at the home of England’s most successful club, Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.
Leicester extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table and will now be looking to seal a remarkable season by inflicting more pain on relegation threatened Newcastle United on Monday night.
Arsenal welcome the new title favourites to the Emirates on Sunday as Leicester City make the trip to North London looking to continue their sensational run.
Manchester City feature in the early kick off on Saturday and they welcome top of the table Leicester City to the Etihad Stadium where victory will see them trade places.
Leicester will be heading back to Merseyside on Boxing Day hoping to repeat their winning antics. Leicester will be hoping to build on their sensational start to the Premier League.
Everton are next in line for surprise leaders Leicester City who are now starting to make people sit up and notice their performances this season after a 2-1 victory over reigning champions Chelsea on Monday night.
Table toppers Leicester City face a tricky set of fixtures over the festive period starting with the reigning champions, Chelsea at the King Power stadium in a Monday Night Football contest.
The King Power Stadium is where the current Premier League leaders will be looking to extend their lead at the top as Leicester City welcome former Premier League champions, Manchester United.
8th placed West Brom take on 5th placed Leicester City at the Hawthorns on Saturday 31st of October 2015.
Leicester City look to continue their impressive run in the Premier League as Crystal Palace make the trip to the King Power Stadium on Saturday 24th of October.
Leicester City have been one of the surprise packages of the season and currently sit in 5th spot but a challenging trip down south to Southampton in the English Premier League will test their resolve.
After their splendid away win over Arsenal last Sunday, will West Ham secure the three points again when they entertain Leicester next weekend?