Winning in Hong Kong
Leicester's pre-season 2017/18 preparations includes a stay in Hong Kong for the Premier League Asia trophy, where Craig Shakespeare's men firstly defeat West Bromwich Albion on penalties before losing out to Liverpool in the final. City also contest friendlies back home against Luton Town, MK Dons, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Burton Albion and Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Kel arrives on Filbert Way
Following the earlier arrivals of Harry Maguire, Vicente Iborra and Eldin Jakupović, the Foxes complete the signing of Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City on 3 August, 2017. Marcin Wasilewski, Ron-Robert Zieler, Tom Lawrence and Danny Drinkwater depart the Club over the summer.
A win on Gameweek 2
The Foxes are handed a tough start to the new season, losing an epic in the capital 4-3 to Arsenal, but they recover with a 2-0 success over Brighton & Hove Albion a week later at King Power Stadium. Shinji Okazaki nets after just one minute before new signing Harry Maguire's header wraps up the points.
A tough run
A sixth game without a win comes on 16 October, 2017 as Riyad Mahrez's late strike rescues a 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion on Filbert Way. Shortly afterwards, the Foxes part company with Craig Shakespeare and begin a search for a new manager. Michael Appleton takes over as caretaker for an away game against Swansea City, winning 2-1 in Wales.
A new man in charge
Former Southampton manager Claude Puel is announced as the new man in charge at King Power Stadium on 25 October, 2017.
A fitting tribute
Leicester City supporters come together in support of the Royal British Legion ahead of kick-off as the Foxes get off to a winning start in the Claude Puel era, with Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray scoring in a 2-0 victory over manager-less Everton.
Shortly after his appointment, Claude Puel joins his first team squad for the Club's official squad photograph on Filbert Way.
A duo of stunners
Leicester really click into gear over Christmas as Jamie Vardy lobs Hugo Lloris before Riyad Mahrez's magnificent long-range rocket in a 2-0 win against Spurs on 28 November, 2017.
Four in a row
Claude Puel's City extend their winning run to four games in December with a brilliant 4-1 success at Southampton. Shinji Okazaki's brace is added to by Riyad Mahrez and Andy King on the South Coast. However, Leicester would then endure another four-game run, this time without a victory.
The Blue Army's League Cup dreams come to an end just before Christmas as the Foxes are beaten 4-3 on penalties by Manchester City after a 1-1 draw in normal and extra-time on Filbert Way.
Boxing Day drama
Harry Maguire scores a 94th-minute equaliser for Claude Puel's men on 26 December, 2017 to secure a dramatic 2-2 draw with Manchester United at King Power Stadium.
After being forced to wait until the New Year to make his maiden appearance for the Club, despite agreeing terms in the summer, Adrien Silva - wearing the No.14 shirt - stars for the Foxes in a 3-0 triumph over Huddersfield Town on 1 January, 2018.
A winter recruit
Fousseni Diabaté becomes Claude Puel's first Leicester City signing on 9 January, 2019 and makes an immediate impact on his debut, scoring twice in a 5-1 FA Cup win at Peterborough United later that month.
An FA Cup exit
Following wins over Fleetwood Town, Peterborough United and Sheffield United, Leicester welcome Chelsea to Filbert Way in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. Despite Jamie Vardy's late equaliser taking the tie to extra-time, the Blues emerge with a victory, courtesy of Pedro's 105th-minute strike.
Vardy at The Hawthorns... again!
Jamie Vardy's impressive record at The Hawthorns continues with LCFC's 2017/18 Goal of the Season, as Riyad Mahrez, Vicente Iborra and Kelechi Iheanacho also find the net in a 4-1 success over West Bromwich Albion on 10 March, 2018.
City lose four in five games between April and early May as their odds of qualifying for the UEFA Europa League widen.
Emerging through the ranks
After loan spells away, youngsters Hamza Choudhury and Harvey Barnes make their senior debuts for the Club across the season. Both Academy graduates would become key members of the first team over future seasons.
Finally beating the Gunners
As the 2017/18 campaign reaches its conclusion, Riyad Mahrez nets which will end up being his last-ever goal at King Power Stadium as a Fox in a 3-1 win over Arsenal on 9 May, 2018 - the Club's first victory against the Gunners in the Premier League era.
Final day chaos
A 5-4 defeat against Tottenham at Wembley is the final act of Leicester City's season, which ends in a ninth-placed finish in the Premier League. Ten players are set to represent their countries at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia - the Club's strongest-ever contingent - while Claude Puel looks to strengthen his squad in the summer...