Moves in the market
After the signings of Ron-Robert Zieler, Luis Hernández and Nampalys Mendy, Ahmed Musa also joins the Club on 8 July, 2016. The Nigeria international would be followed by Bartosz Kapustka and Islam Slimani.
The International Champions Cup
City begin their first pre-season International Champions Cup campaign with a penalty shootout success at Scottish league winners Celtic, following a fine effort from Riyad Mahrez in normal time.
A star-studded flight
The Foxes next face Paris Saint-Germain, falling to defeat, in Los Angeles. On board the plane before departing the United Kingdom, they were joined by Manchester United, Real Madrid and England legend David Beckham.
Leicester's final game of the competition sees them tackle Barcelona in Stockholm. New signing Ahmed Musa finds the net twice, but the Spanish giants win 4-2.
The season's curtain-raiser
Premier League champions Leicester City tackle FA Cup winners Manchester United in the Community Shield at Wembley on 7 August, 2016. Jesse Lingard opens the scoring for the Red Devils, before Jamie Vardy's equaliser, but José Mourinho's men seal victory late on through Zlatan Ibrahimović.
The Club's annual team photograph, featuring the Premier League trophy for the first time, offers a glimpse of a squad which is a blend of new and familiar faces. N'Golo Kanté is among the players to depart, while Jamie Vardy, Andy King, Riyad Mahrez and Danny Drinkwater sign new contracts.
A maiden league win
A frustrating opening-day loss at Hull City is followed by a 0-0 home stalemate with Arsenal before Jamie Vardy and Wes Morgan score the goals in a 2-1 success over Swansea City at King Power Stadium on 27 August, 2016.
The time for Leicester City's debut in the UEFA Champions League finally arrives on 14 September, 2016 as the Foxes take on Club Brugge at Jan Breydel Stadium. Marc Albrighton scores the Club's first-ever goal in the competition before a brace from Riyad Mahrez wraps up a 3-0 win in Bruges.
Slaying the Dragons
Islam Slimani - dubbed the Dragon Slayer at former club Sporting Lisbon for his record against Porto - opens his UEFA Champions League account for Leicester by netting against his old foes in City's second group stage fixture - a 1-0 home win on 27 September, 2016.
Another night to savour
Claudio Ranieri's Foxes just keep winning in Europe. While Premier League form is a concern, a deft flick from Riyad Mahrez books a 1-0 success over Copenhagen on Filbert Way in mid-October.
A stalemate in Denmark
City fail to score for the first time in the UEFA Champions League as they are held to a 0-0 stalemate by Copenhagen in the Danish capital. Top of their group still, Leicester know one more win will likely be enough to reach the last-16.
Into the knockouts!
With Kasper Schmeichel injured, Ron-Robert Zieler deputises in goal as the Foxes register a 2-1 win over Club Brugge in Leicester - courtesy of goals from Shinji Okazaki and Riyad Mahrez - to put their name in the hat for the UEFA Champions League knockout stages.
Vardy's Man City hat-trick
Despite their excellence on the European stage, City had stuttered in the Premier League, but a 4-2 victory over Pep Guardiola's Manchester City on 10 December, 2016 is a timely reminder of their quality. Jamie Vardy, meanwhile, hits his first hat-trick for the Club in the success.
An away goal in Seville
After six games without a win in the Premier League, including a disappointing FA Cup exit at Millwall, the Foxes lose out in the round of 16 first leg at Sevilla. Jamie Vardy's away goal in a 2-1 reverse, though, gives City hope. Following this clash at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium, Claudio Ranieri departs King Power Stadium.
Beating the Reds
Craig Shakespeare takes charge of the Foxes for their next league outing - Liverpool at home on 27 Feburary, 2017. A frustrating run of form comes to an end in style as Jamie Vardy registers a brace alongside a stunner from Danny Drinkwater in a much-needed 3-1 win.
An incredible night
King Power Stadium witnesses one of its greatest-ever occasions as City overturn their first-leg deficit to reach the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League. Wes Morgan opens the scoring before Marc Albrighton's second for the Foxes, while Kasper Schmeichel denies Steven Nzonzi from the spot and Samir Nasri is sent off for the visitors.
Winning in the league
Leicester's Premier League fortunes begin to look up, too, as Craig Shakespeare's men secure a third consecutive victory at West Ham United on 18 March, 2017. Riyad Mahrez, Robert Huth and Jamie Vardy are on the scoresheet for the visitors in the capital.
Five in a row
Craig Shakespeare joins an illustrious list of managers to win his first five Premier League matches as goals from Islam Slimani and Jamie Vardy book a 2-0 success over Sunderland at King Power Stadium.
Atlético Madrid, the team who denied Leicester in the 1961/62 European Cup Winners' Cup and the 1997/98 UEFA Cup are next for the Foxes in the UEFA Champions League. A controversial Antoine Griezmann penalty is the difference in the first leg at the Vicente Calderón on 12 April, 2017.
The European tour's conclusion
Leicester give it their all on 18 April, 2017 in the second leg, but Saúl Ñíguez's header makes it a daunting task at King Power Stadium. Jamie Vardy does get one back for the Foxes, who push their Spanish visitors all the way, but it's not enough as City valiantly exit the competition as the most-advanced English team.
Vardy at The Hawthorns
A run of three league games without a win comes to an end as Jamie Vardy scores again at West Bromwich Albion in a 1-0 win for the Foxes in late April.
City's season reaches its conclusion in a 1-1 draw with AFC Bournemouth on 21 May, 2017 as Leicester debut their new 2017/18 home kit. After confirmation that popular defender Marcin Wasilewski is to leave the Club, his Foxes team-mates deliver a fitting send-off at full-time. The season ends with a 12th-placed finish in the Premier League.