Leicester City In The 21st Century: 2018/19
Leicester City confirm the signings of Ricardo Pereira (pictured), Jonny Evans and James Maddison on 1 July, 2018, strengthening their squad with talent and experience ahead of the new season.
World Cup landmarks
As many as 10 Foxes star for their countries at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia - the Club's largest-ever representation - as Ahmed Musa becomes the first Leicester player to score during the competition in Nigeria's 2-0 win over Iceland. Harry Maguire, meanwhile, also nets in England's quarter-finals success against Sweden.
A busy pre-season
After a domestic clash with Notts County, the Foxes face both Akhisarspor and Udinese in Austria, before returning to King Power Stadium to tackle Valencia in a pre-season friendly. Their preparations conclude with a 2-1 success over Lille in France.
Centre-backs Çağlar Söyüncü and Filip Benković join the Club on 9 August, 2018 as Claude Puel adds defensive options to his first team squad on the eve of the 2018/19 campaign.
A winning start at home
Despite narrowly losing out at Manchester United on the opening day, Leicester recover with a 2-0 home victory over newly-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers on 18 August, 2018, courtesy of Matt Doherty's own goal and James Maddison's first effort for the Club.
The Foxes win two in a row before successive losses, followed shortly by another duo of victories, concluding with this 2-0 win at Newcastle United on 29 September, 2018.
Heartbreak on Filbert Way
Leicester City is heartbroken as a helicopter carrying Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four other passengers crashes outside King Power Stadium following a 1-1 draw with West Ham United on 27 October, 2018. All five people on board pass away, leading to overwhelming gestures of condolence and solidarity outside the Club’s home.
Solidarity in Wales
The Leicester City family comes together as one at full-time following the Club's first Premier League fixture since Khun Vichai's passing as Demarai Gray's goal seals a 1-0 victory over Cardiff City.
An emotional tribute
The Club's supporters remember Khun Vichai and all those who lost their lives during Leicester City's next home fixture. An emotional video tribute to Khun Vichai is played before a two-minute silence at King Power Stadium as Leicester City draw 0-0 with Burnley on 10 November, 2018.
The Foxes give the Blue Army something to celebrate just before Christmas with an excellent 1-0 triumph over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 22 December, 2018.
Stunning the champions
Ricardo Pereira's late winner secures a 2-1 success over champions Manchester City on Boxing Day, a short while after Pep Guardiola's men knocked Leicester out of the Carabao Cup on penalties.
Head over heels
Jamie Vardy's solitary strike registers a 1-0 win at Everton on New Year's Day as the Foxes start 2019 in style.
Jamie Vardy goes viral on social media after images emerge of City's No.9 training while dressed as Spiderman at the Club's Belvoir Drive training complex.
That win on Merseyside precedes the start of a six-game winless run for the Foxes, including an Emirates FA Cup exit at Newport County, which eventually leads to Claude Puel departing the Club.
Belgium international Youri Tielemans joins the Club on loan from AS Monaco on 31 January, 2019, giving the Foxes faithful renewed hope of an improvement in form.
A new era
Following Claude Puel's exit, former Liverpool and Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers joins the Club on 26 February, 2019.
Excitement on Filbert Way
The Northern Irishman watches on from the stands as his new side secure a 2-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion later that evening with Demarai Gray and Jamie Vardy scoring the goals for the Foxes.
Vardy hits his century
Despite losing out at Watford, Brendan Rodgers' first win in charge comes in a 3-1 victory over Fulham on 9 March, 2019 as Jamie Vardy scores his 100th competitive goal for the Club.
A memorable run
Leicester win four games in a row - following that Fulham success with victories over Burnley, AFC Bournemouth and Huddersfield Town - as the Foxes show their quality across March and April.
Defeating the Gunners
April ends with a hugely impressive 3-0 triumph over Arsenal at King Power Stadium as Jamie Vardy nets a brace and Youri Tielemans also scores in a dominant performance from Brendan Rodgers' men.
Jamie Vardy is presented with the Premier League Player of the Month prize at the end of April after five goals for the Foxes across the month.
A fond farewell
The 2018/19 season concludes with a 0-0 stalemate against Chelsea at King Power Stadium which also sees Premier League title-winners Danny Simpson and Shinji Okazaki make their final appearances for the Club. At full-time, after securing a ninth-placed finish, Brendan Rodgers outlines his vision to build on the progress made and challenge for European football.