We can’t believe it’s been almost a year since the unbelievable happened, but now Leicester City Football Club are offering supporters one last opportunity to have their photograph taken with the iconic Premier League trophy before they hand it back. This time the photo opportunity will be pitch side at King Power Stadium and is taking place on Friday 21 April.
Since being lifted by Wes Morgan at the end of the 2015/16 season, thousands of supporters have been fortunate enough to have their photograph taken with it during tours of King Power Stadium and at exclusive City Fanstore events; while over 20,000 school children have had the chance to see the trophy as the Club took it on a tour of schools and Junior Football Clubs.
Now, the Foxes faithful have one last chance to have their photograph taken with the iconic trophy at the home of the Premier League champions, at this FREE event being held on Friday 21 April 2017.
Taking place between 10am and 6pm, supporters will have the unique opportunity to have their photographs taken on their own devices ( mobile phones, tablets and cameras) with the Club’s “Here To Help” staff on standby; while there will also be a range of entertainment provided including inflatable games, balloon modelling, face painting and an appearance by Filbert Fox. Supporters will also be able to purchase food and drink on the day from a kiosk in the concourse.
With the event expected to be busy, supporters are advised to arrive at King Power Stadium early to avoid disappointment.
See you down there!