Leicester City

City
East Midlands
Country
Address
The East Midlands, England.
Website
Founded
King Power

Leicester City is a football club in England. They are the 2016-2017 Premier League champions.
Leicester City is a football club based in England, and they are the 2016-2017 Premier League champions. They were founded in 1884 and their home ground is King Power Stadium. Leicester City has been playing in the Premier League since it was created in 1992, but they have never won the league before this year.

Leicester City, also known as the Foxes, is one of the oldest and most successful clubs in English football. The club was founded in 1884 by a group of old boys from Wyggeston School as Leicester Fosse.
The club's first-ever professional game was a 2-1 defeat to Notts County on 7 September 1891. In 1928, Leicester Fosse became the first English team to win an FA Cup title for over half a century when they beat Cardiff City 3-1 at Wembley Stadium.
In 1948, Leicester Fosse became champions of England for the first time in their history with a 2-0 victory over Portsmouth after finishing the season just one point ahead of Manchester United. They then became champions again in 1956 and 1957 with consecutive 2-

In the 2015-2016 season, Leicester City was a team that not many people were expecting to do well. With their odds at 5000/1, they were considered a dark horse to win the Premier League. Leicester City defied all expectations by winning the Premier League title in a dramatic fashion.
The success of Leicester City is due to their players and manager Claudio Ranieri who believed in themselves and never gave up even when they were at rock bottom. They also had an excellent support staff that helped them stay motivated and believe in themselves throughout the season.
The success of Leicester City shows that anything is possible if you work hard enough and don't give up on your dreams.

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