Jamie Vardy

Records

A closer look at the some of the incredible numbers over the entire Leicester City story...

All stats below correct as of 25 September, 2021.

Individual records

Appearances
600 – Graham Cross
557 – Adam Black
460 – Hugh Adcock, Mark Wallington
450 – Steve Walsh
433 – Kasper Schmeichel
419 – Arthur Chandler
414 – John Sjoberg
409 – Mal Griffiths
401 – Steve Whitworth
380 – Andy King

Goals
273 – Arthur Chandler
265 – Arthur Rowley
156 – Ernie Hine
152 – Jamie Vardy
117 – Derek Hines
114 – Arthur Lochhead
113 – George Dewis
103 – Gary Lineker
97 – Jack Lee, Mike Stringfellow
95 – Johnny Duncan

Most goals in one season (overall)
44
– Arthur Rowley – 1956/57 

Most goals in one Premier League season
24 
– Jamie Vardy – 2015/16

Most goals in one First Division season (pre-Premier League)
34 – Arthur Chandler – 1927/28

Most goals in one Second Division season (now Championship)
44 – Arthur Rowley – 1956/57

Most goals in one Third Division season (now League 1)
27 – Matty Fryatt – 2008/09

Most goals in one game 
6 – John Duncan – 25 November, 1924 – vs. Port Vale (H)
6 – Arthur Chandler – 20 October, 1928 – vs. Portsmouth (H)

Most goals on debut
4 – Archie Gardiner – 21 February, 1934 – vs. Portsmouth (A)

Most successive goalscoring games
13 in 11 games – Jamie Vardy – 2015/16

Quickest goal
9 seconds – Matty Fryatt – 15 April, 2006 – vs. Preston North End (H)

Quickest goal on debut
45 seconds – Sol Bamba – 9 January, 2011 – vs. Manchester City (H)

Quickest hat-trick
5 minutes – Fred Shinton – 29 November, 1909 – vs. Oldham Athletic (H)

Most hat-tricks
17 – Arthur Chandler

Most penalties
41 – Arthur Rowley

Age

Youngest goalscorer
16 years, 192 days – Dave Buchanan – 1 January, 1979 – vs. Oldham Athletic (H) 

Oldest goalscorer
40 years, 233 days – Kevin Phillips – 15 March, 2014 – vs. Blackpool (H)

Youngest hat-trick goalscorer
17 years, 350 days – Barrie Thomas – 4 May, 1955 – vs. Bolton Wanderers (H) 

Oldest hat-trick goalscorer
38 years, 285 days – Arthur Chandler – 8 September, 1934 – vs. Aston Villa (H) 

Youngest debutant
15 years, 203 days – Ashley Chambers – 20 September, 2005 – vs. Blackpool (H)

Oldest debutant
42 years 110 days – Mark Schwarzer – 27 October, 2015 – vs. Hull City (A)

Average youngest line-up
19 years, 356 days – vs. Sheffield United (A) – 8 May, 1979
Wallington (26), Goodwin (19), Carr (18), O’Neill (21), May (20), Williams (21), Lineker (18), Peake (17) , Henderson (23), Duffy (17), Lee (18). Sub: Buchanan (16).

Average oldest line-up
31 years, 109 days – vs. Preston North End (H) – 18 September, 2004
Pressman (36), Makin (31), Dabizas (31), Keown (38), Stewart (22), Scowcroft (28), Nalis (32), Williams (22), Wilcox (33), Connolly (27), Dublin (35). Subs: Gemmill (33), Tiatto (31), Blake (32).

Trophy winning captains

Premier League
2016
– Wes Morgan

FA Cup
2021
– Wes Morgan

League Cup
1964
– Colin Appleton
1997 – Steve Walsh
2000 – Matt Elliott

Second Division (now Championship) 
1925
– Johnny Duncan
1937 – Sep Smith
1954 – Matt Gillies
1957 – Jack Froggatt
1971 – David Nish
1980 – Mark Wallington
2014 – Wes Morgan

Second Division Play-Offs (now Championship)
1994
– Simon Grayson
1996 – Steve Walsh

Community Shield (formerly Charity Shield)
1971
– David Nish
2021 – Kasper Schmeichel

Player of the Season winners

1987/88 – Steve Walsh
1988/89 – Alan Paris
1989/90 – Gary Mills
1990/91 – Tony James
1991/92 – Gary Mills
1992/93 – Colin Hill
1993/94 – Simon Grayson
1994/95 – Kevin Poole
1995/96 – Garry Parker
1996/97 – Simon Grayson
1997/98 – Matt Elliott
1998/99 – Tony Cottee
1999/00 – Gerry Taggart
2000/01 – Robbie Savage
2001/02 – Robbie Savage
2002/03 – Paul Dickov
2003/04 – Les Ferdinand 
2004/05 – Danny Tiatto
2005/06 – Joey Guðjónsson
2006/07 – Iain Hume
2007/08 – Richard Stearman
2008/09 – Steve Howard
2009/10 – Jack Hobbs
2010/11 – Richie Wellens
2011/12 – Kasper Schmeichel
2012/13 – Wes Morgan
2013/14 – Danny Drinkwater
2014/15 – Esteban Cambiasso
2015/16 – Riyad Mahrez
2016/17 – Kasper Schmeichel
2017/18 – Harry Maguire
2018/19 – Ricardo Pereira
2019/20 – Jamie Vardy
2020/21 – Youri Tielemans

Individual external awards

PFA Player of the Year
2015/16 – Riyad Mahrez

FWA Footballer of the Year
2015/16 – Jamie Vardy

English Golden Boot
1984/85 – Gary Lineker – 24 goals
2019/20 – Jamie Vardy – 23 goals

LMA Premier League Manager of the Year
2015/16
– Claudio Ranieri 

LMA First Division (now Championship) Manager of the Year
2013/14 – Nigel Pearson 

FIFA Best Coach
2016 – Claudio Ranieri

BBC Sports Personality Coach of the Year
2016 – Claudio Ranieri

PFA Premier League Team of the Year
2016 – Wes Morgan, N'Golo Kanté, Riyad Mahrez, Jamie Vardy
2020 – Çağlar Söyüncü, Jamie Vardy

PFA Second Division (now Championship) Team of the Year
1979
– Mark Wallington
1982
– Mark Wallington
1989
– Gary McAllister
1990
– Gary McAllister
1996
– Garry Parker, Steve Claridge
2003 – Muzzy Izzet, Paul Dickov
2011 – Kyle Naughton, Andy King
2013 – Kasper Schmeichel, Wes Morgan
2014 – Kasper Schmeichel, Wes Morgan, Danny Drinkwater

PFA Third Division (now League 1) Team of the Year
2009 – Jack Hobbs, Matt Oakley, Matty Fryatt

Football League Awards Player of the Year (League 1)
2009 – Matty Fryatt

Internationals

Most international caps won while at Leicester City
74 – Kasper Schmeichel – Denmark

Most England caps won while at Leicester City
37 – Gordon Banks

Most international goals scored while at Leicester City
8 – Riyad Mahrez – Algeria

Most England international goals scored while at Leicester City
7 – Jamie Vardy

World Cup players while at Leicester City
1954 – John Anderson (Scotland) 
1958 – Willie Cunningham (Northern Ireland), Ken Leek (Wales)
1966 – Gordon Banks (England) – Winner
1982 – John O'Neill (Northern Ireland)
1986 – John O'Neill (Northern Ireland), Paul Ramsey (Northern Ireland)
1990 – Gary McAllister (Scotland), David Kelly (Republic of Ireland)
1998 – Matt Elliott (Scotland), Kasey Keller (United States)
2002 – Muzzy Izzet (Turkey)
2014 – Riyad Mahrez (Algeria)
2018 – Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark), Harry Maguire (England), Jamie Vardy (England), Shinji Okazaki (Japan), Wilfred Ndidi (Nigeria), Kelechi Iheanacho (Nigeria), Ahmed Musa (Nigeria), Adrien Silva (Portugal), Ricardo Pereira (Portugal), Yohan Benalouane (Tunisia)

Team records

Biggest victories

Premier League
9-0 – vs. Southampton (A) – 25 October, 2019

First Division (pre-Premier League)
10-0 – vs. Portsmouth (H) – 20 October, 1928

Second Division (now Championship)
9-1
– vs. Walsall Town Swifts (H) – 5 January, 1895 
9-1 – vs. Gainsborough Trinity (H) – 27 February, 1909 

Third Division (now League 1)
4-0 – Cheltenham Town (A) – 30 August, 2008
4-0 – Peterborough United (H) – 20 December, 2008
4-0 – Cheltenham Town (H) – 7 March, 2009

FA Cup Qualifying
13-0 – vs. Notts Olympic (H) – 13 October, 1894 

FA Cup Proper
7-0
– vs. Crook Town (H) – 9 January, 1932 

League Cup
8-1 – vs. Coventry City (A) – 1 December, 1964 

UEFA Champions League
3-0 
– vs. Club Brugge (A) – 14 September, 2016

UEFA Europa League
4-0 – vs. SC Braga (H) – 5 November, 2020

Highest score draws

Premier League
4-4 – vs. Aston Villa (A) – 22 February, 1995 
4-4 – vs. Tottenham Hotspur (A) – 22 February, 2004 

First Division (pre-Premier League)
6-6 – vs. Arsenal (H) – 21 April, 1930 

Second Division (now Championship)
5-5 – vs. Sheffield United (H) – 3 November, 1951

Third Division (now League 1)
2-2 – vs. Walsall (H), Swindon Town (A), Hartlepool United (A), MK Dons (A), Carlisle United (H), Scunthorpe United (H) – Various in 2008/09

FA Cup
5-5 – vs. Tottenham Hotspur (H) – 10 January, 1914 
5-5 – vs. Luton Town (A) – 12 February, 1949

League Cup
4-4 – vs. Charlton Athletic (H) – 26 September, 1962 

UEFA Champions League
1-1 – vs. Atlético Madrid – 18 April, 2017

UEFA Europa League
2-2 – vs. Napoli – 16 September, 2021

Consecutive wins

Most consecutive league wins 
9 – 21 December, 2013 - 1 February, 2014 

Most consecutive league home wins
13
– 3 September, 1906 - 29 December, 1906

Most consecutive league away wins
5 – 21 December, 2013 - 1 February, 2014

Most consecutive wins in all competitions 
10 – 26 December, 1962 - 16 March, 1963

Most consecutive FA Cup wins
6 – 9 January, 2021 - 15 May, 2021

Most consecutive League Cup wins
6
– 16 September, 1998 - 17 February, 1999

Most consecutive UEFA Champions League wins
3 – 14 September, 2016 - 18 October, 2016

Most consecutive UEFA Europa League wins
3 – 22 October, 2020 - 5 November, 2020

Seasonal

Most wins
31
of 46 games – 1954/55
25 of 42 games – 1957/58
23 of 38 games – 2015/16

Most home wins
17 of 23 games – 2013/14
16 of 21 games – 1928/09

Most away wins
14 of 23 games – 2008/09, 2013/14
11 of 19 games – 2015/16, 2020/21
11 of 21 games – 1956/57, 1970/71

Most goals
109
in 42 games – 1956/77

Most home goals
68
in 21 games – 1956/77

Most away goals
43
in 23 games – 2008/09
41 in 21 games – 1956/57

Fewest goals conceded
30
in 42 games – 1970/71

Most points (three per win)
102
from 138 possible – 2013/14

Most points (two per win)
61 from 84 possible – 1956/57

Most clean sheets
23
of 42 games – 1970/71

Most players used
40
– 2007/08

Fewest players used
17
– 1962/63

Attendances

Filbert Street (1891-2002)

Overall 
47,298 – 18 February, 1928 – vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Premier League (all seater)
22,170
– 18 March, 2000 – vs. Manchester United

First Division (pre-Premier League)
42,486 – 2 October, 1954 – vs. Arsenal

Second Division (now Championship)
40,830 – 17 November, 1956 – vs. Nottingham Forest

FA Cup
47,298 – 18 February, 1928 – vs. Tottenham Hotspur

League Cup
35,121
– 29 October, 1969 – vs. West Bromwich Albion

UEFA Cup (all seater)
20,776 – 30 September, 1997 – vs. Atlético Madrid 

European Cup Winners' Cup
25,527 – 25 October, 1961 – vs. Atlético Madrid 

Friendly 
24,408 – 19 February 1967 – vs. Glasgow Rangers

Neutral 
36,534 – 13 March, 1972 – Arsenal vs. Derby County (FA Cup)

King Power Stadium (2002-present)

Overall 
32,242 – 8 August, 2015 – vs. Sunderland

Premier League
32,242 – 8 August, 2015 – vs. Sunderland

Second Division (now Championship)
32,082 – 28 September, 2002 – vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers

Third Division (now League 1)
30,542 – 24 April, 2009 – vs. Scunthorpe United

FA Cup
31,200 – 9 January, 2011 – vs. Manchester City

League Cup
31,319 – 18 December, 2013 – vs. Manchester City

UEFA Champions League 
31,805 – 27 September, 2016 – vs. FC Porto

UEFA Europa League 
29,579 – 16 September, 2021 – vs. Napoli 

Friendly 
32,188 – 30 July, 2011 – vs. Real Madrid

Neutral 
31,737 – 12 October, 2003 – Brazil vs. Jamaica

Honours

2016 – Premier League (1)
2021 – FA Cup (1)
1964, 1997, 2000 – League Cup (3)
1971, 2021 – Community Shield (2)
1925, 1937, 1954, 1957, 1971, 1980, 2014 – Championship (7)
1994, 1996 – Championship Play-Offs (2)
2009 - League 1 (1)

Other awards

BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year
2016 – Leicester City

Laureus World Sports Award
2017 - Leicester City

Leicester City Crest

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