Around 500 additional seats were released to supporters after the renewal period ended, and City fans wasted no time in snapping up the remaining tickets, which will ensure some bumper crowds at King Power Stadium next season.
In a campaign that sees the Foxes begin and end with home clashes against Everton and Queens Park Rangers respectively, along with visits of a host of big names such as Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City in-between, it’s easy to see why there is such excitement surrounding tickets for the new season.
Both the outstanding value offered by 2014/15 Season Tickets and the prospect of Premier League football returning to Leicester sparked a sales frenzy on 6 May. Queues snaked around the stadium and saw supporters camping out through to night to secure their seats.
That initial race for tickets to see the Foxes back in the Premier League for the first time in a decade saw new applicant Season Tickets snapped up in record time, as all 7,000 were sold within 52 hours.
The demand has been a fantastic illustration of the enthusiasm and passion of Foxes fans, and means Nigel Pearson’s title-winners are likely to be watched by a record-breaking number of Season Ticket Holders at King Power Stadium next season.
All this means that there are now no 2014/15 Season Tickets remaining for sale, with another thrilling campaign surely in store for the Foxes among some of football’s biggest names.
The Club would once again like to thank its supporters for their incredible backing and look forward to seeing them back at King Power Stadium for the new season.