Formed in 1884, Leicester City Football Club, formerly known as Leicester Fosse until 1919, have experienced magnificent moments during their existence.
Leicester City have won every major honour in English football - the Premier League, the FA Cup and the League Cup - as well as the FA Community Shield and several divisional titles in the Football League.
From Frank Gardner to Brendan Rodgers, a guide to the 47 managers who have overseen footballing matters at the Club over our history.
Tales of yesteryear told by some of the most iconic people in our history who made them happen in a range of feature interviews.
Filbert Street was the Club's home for 111 years and paid witness to some of the most special occasions in our history.
Filbert Fox has been the Club's mascot since 1992 and continues to be an ever-present figure on Filbert Way.
The 21st Century
A photographic journey from the transformational 21st century at Leicester City Football Club.
Key numbers and statistics covering the entire history of Leicester City Football Club and its predecessor, Leicester Fosse.
The First World War
Fascinating and emotive stories behind Leicester Fosse and the First World War.