Johnny Duncan (Second Division title: 1925)
Just seven years after the establishment of Leicester 'City', following the 'Fosse' years, the Club won its first-ever honour, as Johnny Duncan led them to the Second Division title with a tally of 57 points, two more than second-place Manchester United, who were also promoted.
Sepp Smith (Second Division title: 1937)
A second title success in the Second Division came in 1937, when City were captained by Sepp Smith, pictured centrally. Leicester won 24 of their 42 fixtures, but only finished a point better off than Blackpool and four above third-place Bury.
Matt Gillies (Second Division title: 1954)
Another second tier trophy was booked in dramatic circumstances as a City side captained by Matt Gillies finished top on goal difference, while third-place Blackburn Rovers were only one point behind them and Everton.
Colin Appleton (League Cup: 1964)
City's reputation as a 'yoyo' club between the top two tiers was enhanced further with another Second Division triumph in 1954. This image is from one of two lost FA Cup finals during Appleton's time at the Club, but they did lift the League Cup - also under his captainship - in 1964.
Jack Froggatt (Second Division title: 1957)
Froggatt wore the captain's armband for City as they secured a fourth Second Division title in 1957, when they were joined in promotion by Nottingham Forest. The winger went on to play 143 matches for Leicester, scoring 18 goals.
David Nish (Second Division title: 1971)
After being skipper for the Club's fifth Second Division success in 1971, City found themselves rather peculiarly entered into the Charity Shield, nowadays called the Community Shield. After Arsenal won the double in 1970/71 and were unable to take part, Leicester ended up beating FA Cup finalists Liverpool.
Mark Wallington (Second Division title: 1980)
Goalkeeper Mark Wallington was the owner of City's captain's armband in 1980 as another Second Division title was secured. In a particularly tight promotion race, Leicester, on 55 points, won the league by a margin of just one point. Sunderland, in second, secured 54, Birmingham City 53 and Chelsea, who missed out on goal difference, reached the same tally.
Steve Walsh (League Cup: 1997)
Steve Walsh had regained the captain's armband under Martin O'Neill and, in 1996, Steve Claridge's last-gasp winner in extra-time against Crystal Palace booked their return to the top tier. Just a season later, meanwhile, O'Neill's men also lifted the League Cup with a replay victory over Middlesbrough at Hillsborough.
Matt Elliott (League Cup: 2000)
A brace from skipper Matt Elliott sealed the Club's third League Cup title in 2000 in what also proved to be O'Neill's last success for the Foxes before leaving for Celtic. City defeated Tranmere Rovers 2-1 at Wembley to seal the trophy.
Matt Oakley (League 1, old Third Division, title: 2009)
After a hugely troubling period for the Club, which saw them fall to the third tier of English football for the first - and only - time, Matt Oakley was the captain as a side managed by Nigel Pearson won the League 1 title with a stunning points tally of 96.
Wes Morgan (Championship, old Second Division, title: 2014, Premier League title: 2016)
Following a second tier title success under Pearson, the Club's seventh at that level, City survived in the Premier League during the following season. Morgan, who skippered the Foxes in the Championship, was a colossus in defence and was the man to lift the trophy on Leicester's proudest day, as they became champions of England in 2016.