City's first-ever goal on Filbert Way – Athletic Bilbao (2002)
Although Leicester City were braced for their first season outside the Premier League in six years, optimism remained high as the Club made the move to a new 32,000-capacity venue. Jordan Stewart secured the honour of scoring City's first goal there, in a 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao.
A prestige friendly – Barcelona (2003)
The visit of Barcelona in 2003 was a dramatic one by usual pre-season standards as Phillip Cocu saw red in the first half for the visitors. Javier Saviola nevertheless scored the winner for Barça, who had Ronaldinho among their ranks for this encounter with Micky Adams' Foxes.
The Pepsi Challenge – Real Mallorca (2004)
There were goals from David Connolly, James Scowcroft, Jordan Stewart and Gareth Williams on Filbert Way as City booked a 4-2 victory over their Spanish opponents to lift the Pepsi Challenge trophy.
Stalemate in Leicester – Real Sociedad (2006)
There was nothing between the teams when Rob Kelly's City welcomed Real Sociedad to Leicester in 2006.
Fryatt with the winner – Real Valladolid (2009)
A solitary effort from Matty Fryatt would register a 1-0 pre-season win over Real Valladolid in 2009 as the League 1 champions prepared to make a push for the Championship play-offs under Nigel Pearson's management.
Stars in the sunshine – Real Madrid (2011)
A Real Madrid side managed by José Mourinho and littered with international superstars helped Leicester City celebrate the renaming of King Power Stadium in 2011. Karim Benzema was among the goals in a 2-1 win over Sven-Göran Eriksson's Leicester for the Spanish side.
Champions League ecstasy – Sevilla (2017)
Premier League champions Leicester City came from behind in March 2017 – after losing the first leg 2-1 – to book their place in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League on an epic night on Filbert Way. Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton scored, alongside Kasper Schmeichel's penalty save.
A narrow defeat – Atlético Madrid (2017)
Jamie Vardy's second-half goal wasn't enough to prevent Leicester City from exiting Europe's platinum club competition at the last-eight stage, as Atlético Madrid saw out a 2-1 aggregate win. It ended 1-1 on the night, but a harsh penalty call in Madrid ultimately cost City.
Iheanacho on the scoresheet – Valencia (2018)
Claude Puel's Foxes prepared for the 2018/19 campaign with a 1-1 draw with Valencia at King Power Stadium, courtesy of Kelechi Iheanacho's goal.
Sinking the Yellow Submarine – Villarreal (2021)
Çağlar Söyüncü, Harvey Barnes and Ayoze Pérez scored for Brendan Rodgers' men in a 3-2 success over Villarreal last summer, before Leicester would go on to lift the FA CommunitY Shield the following weekend. The game, though, will be remembered for Wesley Fofana's injury.