King Power Stadium


Parking and travel information for visitors to Leicester City's King Power Stadium.

King Power Stadium, home to Leicester City Football Club, winners of every major honour in English football, offers an all-seating capacity of 32,259. 

For supporters driving to King Power Stadium, parking can be purchased prior to the day of the match for £19 per car on the Club’s Filbert Street car park. To book, please call the City Sales Centre on 0344 815 5000 (Option 1). For more information about home matchday parking, please click HERE.

There are also several independent car parks in the area surrounding King Power Stadium. These facilities generally cost £4/£5 per car. The car parks are situated around Freemans Common and Leicester Tigers Rugby Stadium which is around a 10-minute walk from King Power Stadium. 

These are independent car parks run in aid of charity, with the price varying depending on the car park.

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Stadium map
Stadium map

Getting to King Power Stadium

Train: Leicester Train Station is roughly 1.2 miles from King Power Stadium. This equates to an approximate five-minute car journey or up to a 45-minute walk. To walk from Leicester Train Station, exit the station, cross London Road at the traffic lights, turn left and follow the road to King Power Stadium around to the right. Keep the Central Ring Road (Waterloo Way) on your left as the path separates from the road, staying on this path as it crosses New Walk. The path then re-joins the pavement, at which point Nelson Mandela Park will be in view. Turn right onto Lancaster Road and walk through the park, heading for the crossings by the public toilets. Cross Welford Road and turn left, following the road around – passing Morrisons supermarket – to King Power Stadium. For more information from East Midlands Railway, please click HERE.

Car: The M1 and M69 motorways interchange at Junction 21 (M1), where you should exit and follow the signs for the City Centre via the A5460. After three miles, turn right onto Upperton Road, follow the road down until you get to the Liberty Statue Island and take the fifth exit down Western Boulevard. You will then see King Power Stadium on your right-hand side. 

Bus: Several bus services run from Leicester city centre to King Power Stadium, stopping on Aylestone Road, which is a five-minute walk from King Power Stadium. Most buses in Leicester are low floor vehicles, meaning they can be lowered to pavement level once the bus has stopped. Buses all include wheelchair spaces. 

Air: King Power Stadium is situated just 22 miles from East Midlands Airport, and 36 miles from Birmingham Airport. Alternatively, London-based airports Luton (73 miles to King Power Stadium), Stansted (96 miles), Heathrow (102 miles) and Gatwick (138 miles) are all within reasonable distance. 

Park & Ride

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Park & Ride
Park & Ride

There are three Park & Ride sites in Leicester, operating from 7am until 7pm, Monday to Saturday. Users of the Park & Ride services can park for free at the sites. For full details, including prices of Park & Ride services in Leicester, please visit

Cycle park

Leicester City are proud to promote all forms of green travel. As such, the Club encourages local supporters to utilise the cycle park by cycling to King Power Stadium. 

For those local to Leicester, cycling offers an attractive alternative, helping minimise the impact of matchday traffic. 

Supporters travelling to King Power Stadium on bike can use the cycle park, free of charge. The facility offers 20 spaces on a first come, first served basis. Cyclists should enter via Car Park B and show their match ticket on arrival. 

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