The result itself - a 1-0 defeat to Chelsea in the Emirates FA Cup - was undoubtedly a disappointment for the Foxes faithful, but it didn't stop them showing their colours from home.
Throughout the past two weeks, the Club has been inundated with messages of support for City's players as the fans - using #ThenNowAgain on social media - grow accustomed to following their beloved Leicester in a new way.
A new-look matchday
Self-proclaimed proud Texan Sean Rosales rose early on Sunday alongside his dog to make sure he didn't miss a minute of City's quarter-final tie against the Blues.
Back in the UK, meanwhile, Foxes fans who'd usually be making the walk down Filbert Way on matchday were settling down in front of the TV in their living rooms.
As is often the case, the Foxes faithful came from far and wide on social media when the Club's Twitter page asked them to reveal where they were watching...
İstanbul 🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷— Sinan Üren🟢🇹🇷 (@sinanuren1) June 28, 2020
Hi, Good morning! From Lima, Peru 😊— Alonso Martens (@JEDIEV11) June 28, 2020
Good luck, win please! #LEICHE
Cairo,Egypt🇪🇬👊— Amr Abdalla (@AmrAbda61242667) June 28, 2020
Lagos, Nigeria🇳🇬— Laideyy! (@YusufLaideyLee) June 28, 2020
Corby, Northants, should have been in Block A1!— 🎼 𝕊𝕋𝔼𝕍𝔼 (@StevoMusicMan) June 28, 2020
While Leicester Pride is not until later this year, the Club provided their support to fans' group Foxes Pride to mark the national event...
Blue Army feature during the game
As promised, Leicester City fans featured prominently on the Club's channels throughout the game, as part of the Then, Now, Again scheme...
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