- Leicester City will open the 2018/19 Premier League season against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday 11 August, 2018
- Newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers will visit King Power Stadium a week later for City’s first home game
- The Foxes are set to host Manchester City on Boxing Day, as well as travelling to Everton on New Year’s Day
- They end the Premier League season with a home game against Chelsea on Sunday 12 May
The Foxes will take on the Red Devils on Saturday 11 August in a 3pm kick-off at Old Trafford, as they look to build on an impressive opening day record of six wins in 10 games in the Premier League.
Leicester City’s first game at King Power Stadium comes a week later on Saturday 18 August, when newly-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers visit King Power Stadium for the first time since 2013.
Claude Puel’s men then head to Southampton, host Liverpool and travel south to face AFC Bournemouth before a home clash with Huddersfield Town completes their opening six games.
The Foxes are at home twice over the festive period with Premier League champions Manchester City to visit on Boxing Day, before promoted Cardiff City also head to King Power Stadium three days later.
Everton are the opposition at Goodison Park in the first fixture of 2019 on New Year’s Day, while Puel’s side will also face a testing end to the campaign. A home game against Arsenal on Saturday 27 April, will be followed by a visit to Manchester City a week later before the team return to King Power Stadium to host Chelsea on the final day on Sunday 12 May.
Don’t forget that you can now sync all Leicester City fixtures to your phone and desktop calendars using the eCal link on our fixtures page, ensuring you’re up to date with every game and any changes, as and when they happen.
All fixture dates and kick-off times are pending live TV broadcast selections and are subject to change. Those changes will be reflected on LCFC.com as soon as they are announced.
Matchday ticket information will be confirmed on LCFC.com in due course.
Leicester City’s 2018/19 Premier League fixtures:
Saturday 11 - Manchester United (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 18 - Wolverhampton Wanderers (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 25 - Southampton (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 1 - Liverpool (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 15 - A.F.C Bournemouth (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 22 - Huddersfield Town (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 29 - Newcastle United (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 6 - Everton (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 20 - Arsenal (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 27 - West Ham United (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 3 - Cardiff City (A) -3pm KO
Saturday 10 - Burnley (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 24 - Brighton and Hove Albion (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 1 - Watford (H) - 3pm KO
Tuesday 4 - Fulham (A) - 7:45pm KO
Saturday 8 - Tottenham Hotspur (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 15 - Crystal Palace (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 22 - Chelsea (A) - 3pm KO
Wednesday 26 - Manchester City (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 29 - Cardiff City (H) - 3pm KO
Tuesday 1 - Everton (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 12 - Southampton (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 19 - Wolverhampton Wanderers (A) - 3pm KO
Wednesday 30 - Liverpool (A) - 7:45 KO
Saturday 2 - Manchester United (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 9 - Tottenham Hotspur (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 23 - Crystal Palace (H) - 3pm KO
Tuesday 26 - Brighton and Hove Albion (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 2 - Watford (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 9 - Fulham (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 16 - Burnley (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 30 - A.F.C. Bournemouth (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 6 - Huddersfield Town (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 13 - Newcastle United (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 20 - West Ham United (A) - 3pm KO
Saturday 27 - Arsenal (H) - 3pm KO
Saturday 4 - Manchester City (A) - 3pm KO
Sunday 12 - Chelsea (H) - 3pm KO
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