King Power Stadium

Travel Information For Supporters Travelling To Burnley Fixture

All supporters travelling to Leicester City’s Premier League fixture against Burnley at King Power Stadium on Saturday 10 November are strongly advised to allow additional time for their journey.

- A supporter-organised march is to take place ahead of Leicester City’s fixture on Saturday
- Road closures will be in place as the march passes through, which could take up to 90 minutes at each point
- Delays are expected on roads approaching the ground between 12:45pm and 2:45pm
- Supporters attending the game are strongly advised to leave additional time for their journey
- National Rail engineering works will also be in place between Leicester and Bedford 

A significant supporter march is set to take place ahead of the game, leaving Jubilee Square shortly after midday and arriving at King Power Stadium. This is likely to impact traffic in the city centre, particularly around Upperton Road, Raw Dykes Road and Western Boulevard.

Road closures will be in place as the march passes through, which is anticipated to take up to 90 minutes at each point.

There are large number of people expected to take part in the march, which will honour the five lives lost in a tragic accident at King Power Stadium, including the life of Leicester City Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.

Due to the numbers, delays are anticipated on roads leading into the stadium and the Car Park E entrance between 12:45pm and 2:45pm, so supporters are kindly asked to take this into consideration when planning their journeys to King Power Stadium.

National Rail engineering works will also be in place over the weekend between Leicester and Bedford with a rail replacement bus service in place between the stations. For more information please click here.

For those with car park passes, the stadium car parks will be open from 9am on Saturday morning.

Supporters are advised to park their cars by 12pm.

For a full schedule of plans and key information for Saturday’s game, click here.

More details are available at, with traffic and travel updates available on Twitter through the Area Traffic Control account - @ATCLeicester.

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