The Club were the first to wear poppies on their shirts in 2003/04.
This kit looked back to the Club's origins as Leicester Fosse.
City's away kit this year was reversible, with a navy design on the inside.
This JJB shirt was worn for just one season.
Although intended as the Club's main away kit, this was worn just twice.
The all-yellow strip of 2005-07 made its debut in a friendly against Inter Milan.
This was the last kit to feature the Alliance & Leicester logo.
City were relegated to League 1 and promoted back to the Championship in this JAKO strip.
Brighton wore this kit at King Power stadium due to an issue with their own strip.
The Foxes had this kit for the record-breaking promotion campaign from League 1.
For the first time in 26 seasons, no sponsorship featured on the 2009-10 kit.
Spanish company Joma designed this kit, featuring local charity Loros on the front.
New designers Burrda opted for the same design as the previous kit, with King Power featured.
Like the home strip, the away kit was updated with the new logos in 2010.
Players who wore this kit include Yakubu and Steve Howard.
This season saw the departure of Sven Goren-Eriksson as manager.
This kit was an inverted version of the home design for the same season.
Leicester suffered a famous Play-Off Semi-Final defeat by Watford in this kit.
Despite being popular with fans, this was worn just three times.
Anthony Knockaert scored two brilliant goals at Huddersfield in these colours.
City were promoted back to the Premier League under Nigel Pearson in 2014.
City wore this kit during six of a 13-game record-breaking unbeaten away run.
Argentina legend Esteban Cambiasso helped City survive in the top flight this season.
This was the first time since 1992 that City had worn red.
The gold kit was worn for just one match, a 2-0 defeat by Crystal Palace.
Wes Morgan won the Premier League title in this kit, despite 5,000/1 pre-season odds.
This kit is best remembered for a 3-1 win at Manchester City.
The Foxes won their first match in this kit, a 2-1 success at West Ham United.
Leicester reached the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final in this popular kit.
Marc Albrighton has the honour of scoring the Club's first-ever Champions League goal in this shirt at Club Brugge.
City returned to red in the 2016-17 season.
The 2017/18 PUMA home shirt.
City unveiled the 2017/18 away shirt in July.
City's white away kit in 2017/18 was popular with supporters.
City's first adidas home shirt, released on 1 June, 2018.
2018/19: Grey Away
This kit was worn during memorable victories at Cardiff City, Chelsea and Everton.
2018/19: White Away
City enjoyed a League Cup penalty shootout victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in this white adidas strip during the 2018/19 season
Leicester City's 2019/20 adidas home shirt
Leicester City's 2019/20 true pink away shirt
Leicester City's 2019/20 dark grey heather away shirt