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How to find us at King Power Stadium...
If you're travelling to King Power Stadium by car or train, all the directions you need are below. Information on matchday car parking can also be found below.
Leicester City Football Club,
King Power Stadium,
By Road - From North & South:
The M1 and M69 Motorways 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, follow the road down until you get to the Liberty Statue island and take the fifth exit down Western Boulevard and you will see King Power Stadium ground on your right-hand side.
King Power Stadium is five minute drive or 20 minute walk from British Rail, London Road, Leicester.
No on-site parking is available for away fans on matchdays. Car Parking is available at the Filbert Street car park on a match by match basis for £15 per space. Spaces should preferably be pre-booked by calling the sales centre on 0344 815 5000 (option 1) or by visiting the City Fanstore at the Stadium.
The parking on Freemans Common Business Park is on individual business car parks. The parks are run in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis (MS!) Therapy Centre. Parking is £3 or £4 depending on the location and all proceeds go to the charity.
Further parking is available in the City Centre, signposted on the approach roads.
Please note that as from 1 January 2014 there will be a charge of £5 per car for anyone using the King Power Stadium car park on a non-home match day who is not using the Club facility or any LCFC service.
Supporters using the City Fanstore will receive free car parking for a maximum of 1 hour. Car park charges are also applicable Monday – Friday which is currently charged at £3 and will also increase to £5 per car from 1 January 2014.
Weekly charges will increase from £12.50 to £20. Please note that parking on the “brick weave” in front of the stadium is not permitted.
Car sharing is an initiative the Club would urge all supporters to look into, this not only helps with costs but also the environment.
The Club itself actively promotes the notion of supporters sharing car journeys to the stadium to limit congestion and also to reduce the carbon footprints of those travelling to matches.