Leicester City vs. Newcastle United
Although the opening day of the 1994/95 season ended in a 3-1 defeat by Newcastle United at Filbert Street on 21 August, 1994, it was still a memorable occasion for the Blue Army, who watched their side contest a Premier League fixture for the first time. Julian Joachim was on target for City, while goals from Peter Beardsley, Andy Cole and Robbie Elliott secured a win for Kevin Keegan's side.
Leicester City vs. Watford
On 10 August, 2002, King Power Stadium hosted its first competitive fixture. A 2-0 success over Watford, courtesy of Brian Deane's brace, saw the Foxes get off to a fine start in 2002/03. They eventually gained promotion to the Premier League after finishing second in the table.
Leicester City vs. Southampton
Following City's promotion to England's top division, they welcomed Southampton to Filbert Way for what proved to be the first Premier League fixture at the year-old venue. Paul Dickov scored this penalty after just five minutes and Les Ferdinand headed home a second shortly after, but strikes from future Fox Kevin Phillips and James Beattie saw the match finish 2-2.
Leicester City vs. MK Dons
City's match against MK Dons on 9 August, 2008 was Nigel Pearson's first game in charge of the Foxes, and the Club's maiden game in League 1. A double from Matty Fryatt earned a 2-0 triumph as the Foxes made an immediate return to the Championship.
Leicester City vs. Swansea City
Nearly a year later, Leicester's 2009/10 Championship journey began with a comeback success over Swansea City. Ashley Williams had originally put the Welsh side ahead before Martyn Waghorn and Danny N'Guessan - pictured here - each scored in the space of four minutes to complete the win.
Coventry City vs. Leicester City
A header from Lee Peltier on 6 August, 2011 proved to be enough for the Foxes to beat rivals Coventry City 1-0 at the Ricoh. Leicester eventually finished ninth in the division following the return of Nigel Pearson, who replaced Sven-Göran Eriksson.
Leicester City vs. Peterborough United
Strikes from captain Wes Morgan and Andy King - who would later become the Club's all-time leading midfield goalscorer - earned a 2-0 win over Peterborough United on 18 August, 2012. Under Nigel Pearson, the Foxes reached the play-offs thanks to a dramatic win over Nottingham Forest, but were beaten by Watford in the semi-finals over two legs.
Middlesbrough vs. Leicester City
Putting the heartbreak of their play-off exit behind them, City began 2013/14 with a hard-earned 2-1 win at Middlesbrough. Danny Drinkwater and Jamie Vardy were on target to kick-start a record-breaking season that ultimately ended in them winning the Championship.
Leicester City vs. Everton
On 16 August, 2014, summer arrival Leonardo Ulloa's equaliser cancelled out Aiden McGeady's brilliant opener as City looked to start the 2014/15 Premier League season on the front foot. Steven Naismith then put the Toffees back in front, before Chris Wood grabbed a vital leveller during Leicester's first Premier League match for a decade.
Leicester City vs. Sunderland
Leicester City 4 Sunderland 2 - the beginning of a legendary season for the Football Club. The first of 23 Premier League wins in 2015/16 came courtesy of goals from Riyad Mahrez (2), Jamie Vardy and Marc Albrighton, who is pictured here. Ten months later, City are crowned champions of England.