Leicester are building a lasting force in the Midlands several years after their remarkable title win.
The Foxes could have easily slid back into obscurity after selling the likes of N’Golo Kante and Riyad Mahrez but smart recruitment and the ongoing brilliance of Jamie Vardy has set them up for a bright future indeed.
Brendan Rodgers has unlocked the potential of several star men and is almost certain to lead Leicester into the 2020/21 Champions League competition, in whatever form that may take.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about Leicester’s 2019/20 season including fixtures, new kits, transfer news and TV information.
Leicester fixtures 2019/20
Broadcast information and match previews will be updated throughout the season.
Saturday 20th June
Watford v Leicester (12:30pm) BT Sport
Tuesday 23rd June
Leicester v Brighton (6:00pm) Sky Sports
Wednesday 1st July
Everton v Leicester (6:00pm) Sky Sports
Saturday 4th July
Leicester v Crystal Palace (3:00pm)
Wednesday 8th July
Arsenal v Leicester (8:00pm)
Saturday 11th July
Bournemouth v Leicester (3:00pm)
Wednesday 15th July
Leicester v Sheffield United (8:00pm)
Saturday 18th July
Tottenham v Leicester (3:00pm)
Sunday 26th July
Leicester v Man Utd (3:00pm)
Watch Leicester on TV and live stream
All 92 remaining Premier League games will be shown live on TV across Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC platforms.
Many of the games will be shown on free-to-air TV, including 25 of Sky’s games which will be shown on freeview channel Pick TV.
For all the latest details on how to watch Leicester, click each of the broadcasters above to see their upcoming games or check out our comprehensive Premier League TV schedule.
Leicester kit 2019/20
The Foxes are sticking with a simple blue design for 2019/20.
The home shirt incorporates a two-tone blue checkerboard, while the away and third kits are pink and black respectively.
Check out pictures of the 2019/20 Leicester kits here.
Leicester transfer news
Done deals will appear here as they are completed
James Justin (Luton) – Undisclosed
Ayoze Perez (Newcastle United) – £30m
Youri Tielemans (Monaco) – £40m
Dennis Praet (Sampdoria) – £18.9m
Ryan Bennett (Wolverhampton Wanderers) – Loan
Danny Simpson – Released
Shinji Okazaki – Released
Daniel Iversen (Rotherham United) – Loan
Lamine Kaba Sherif (Accrington) – Free
Harry Maguire (Manchester United) – £80m
Rachid Ghezzal (Fiorentina) – Loan + £270k fee
Andy King (Huddersfield Town) – Loan
Fousseni Diabate (Amiens) – Loan
Shinji Okazaki (Malaga) – Free
Leicester stadium facts
Name: King Power Stadium
Year opened: 2002
Pitch dimensions: 110 x 76 yards