Leicester City stunned the footballing world two seasons ago by lifting the Premier League in the most incredible of title successes.
Claudio Ranieri’s appointment at the start of the campaign was questioned by many, however the former Chelsea man guided the club to amazing success.
He was dismissed last year as they struggled to replicate the form of 15-16, leaving a bitter taste in football fans mouths.
Their League One title success in 2009 was ironically the clubs lowest ever league finish, having never been in the third tier prior to that season.
Leicester City have won the second tier a joint record seven times (equal with Manchester City), however their first league best is a runner-up finish in 1928/29.
The club have also lost four FA Cup finals, the most recent in 1969, a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City.
Former manager Martin O’Neill guided Leicester to two League Cup success in 1997 and 2000, added to a previous tournament win back in 1964.
2017/18 Premier League finish: 9th
Club captain: Wes Morgan
Manager: Craig Shakespeare
Record transfer fee paid: Islam Slimani £29m to Sporting Lisbon in 2016
Record transfer fee received: Danny Drinkwater £36m from Chelsea in 2017
King Power stadium capacity: 32,262