After a decade away, Leicester City Football Club returned to the Premiership after working their way up through the Championship in the 2013-14 season. The Foxes have called their current ground home since 2002, with it being named the King Power Stadium in 2010.
Today, the stadium on Filbert Way gathers crowds of up to 32,500, so it’s not surprising that there are a number of easy ways to reach it. Take a look at this handy guide to transport options to and from the stadium – perfect for both Leicester
supporters and away fans from around the country.
How to get to the King Power Stadium
Getting the train to the stadium couldn’t be more simple, as the train station on London Road is only a 20 minute walk, or five minute drive away.
If you don’t fancy walking, you can catch the Arrivabus 84, 84A and 85, the Centrebus 302, or the First Bus 88 from the station to the stadium.
Got a satnav? Pop the following postcode in for simple directions: LE2 7FL. To give you the gist though, at Junction 21 (M1), the M1 and M69 motorways interchange. Exit there and follow the signs for the city centre. After about three miles you should see signs for the stadium.
Unfortunately, there’s no parking available for away fans on match days. If you’re a Foxes supporter, you can blag a car parking space at the Filbert Street car park on a match by match basis for £15 per space – your best bet is to call 0344 815 5000 (select option 1) to pre-book. There’s plenty of parking available in the city centre too.
Lift share to and from the King Power Stadium
Match days can be busy at the best of times, and it can be tricky to get parked – why not half the hassle (and the cost) by organising a lift share? Share your space with some fellow supporters and look forward to a car-full of camaraderie on your next journey to Leicester