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Leicester City Travel

King Power Stadium, Filbert Way, Leicester, LE2 7FL. Capacity: 32,500

Ticket Info

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

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By Coach

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

By Car

From North & South (from the M1/M69): The M1 and M69 interchange at Junction 21 (M1), where you should exit and follow the signs for the City Centre via the A5460.

After 3 miles turn right onto Upperton Road. Go over the bridge and take the first right down Western Boulevard. The stadium will be on your right-hand side. There is often a lot of traffic approaching the ground so allow extra time travelling.

Best to use the Leicester Rugby Club car park or park a bit further out in the Upperton Road area or streets off the A5460.

By Train

Nearest Station
Leicester - Around 25 minute walk.

Cross the Ring Road/Waterloo Way towards the Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance building and turn left. Keep on pathway up and over hill (ie don't cross footbridge).

During the day, cut diagonally right across Nelson Mandela Park to junction of Walford Road and Aylestone Road and turn left (ie. around the corner by entrance to Granby Halls).

Turn right in front of wall mural into Walnut Street. Ground is down streets on LHS after 0.2 miles literally 100 yards further down than the old Filbo used to be on the newly named Filbert Way.

By Bus: From Haymarket Bus Station on Charles Street, in the town: number 36 or from the Clock Tower: Midland Fox services 52, 52a, 52b, 52c or 53.

Check train times and tickets at The Trainline. For more information, call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.

King Power Stadium Photos

King Power Stadium
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Where to Eat?

There's a fish and chip shop opposite the bus stop in Aylesone Road/Walnut Street and another in Walnut Street. The food should be of decent standard inside the stadium.

Where to Drink?

The town centre is only a 15min walk away where there are plenty of pubs. The Spread Eagle in Charles Street, near the station, is a traditional pub and is the pool pub of Leicester.

The Donkey pub on Welford Road is normally OK for away fans but The Counting House on Freemens Common Road is not recommended. The Leicester Gateway on Gateway Street and The Old Bowling Green in Oxford Street a large 350 year old building making it the oldest one in Leicester. If coming by train, check out the The Hind across the road.

What's their ground like?

The Walkers Stadium was built for 35m and opened in August 2002. The stadium is single-tiered with blue seating and has all four corners filled in. One side has a row of executive boxes.

Palace fans will be housed in the north east corner with an allocation of just over 3,000. There is a little distance from the pitch but the view is still very good. Facilities inside are, as to be expected good, selling bottled beer and bitter and there are TV screens showing the action.

What do they sing?

Leicester! Leicester!; Always S**t On The Red Side Of The Trent; Leicestershire La La La

Songs to sing back

Leicester are going nowhere!

Who do they hate?

Derby, Nottingham Forest, Coventry


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