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Arsenal vs Leicester City Tickets

Arsenal vs Leicester City Tickets

Leicester City and Arsenal are two successful clubs in English football. They have both won league titles and cup competitions, and boast a wealth of history and tradition. Arsenal vs Leicester tickets are difficult to obtain, but you can find them here at Ticket Compare.

Leicester gained promotion to the top flight for the 2014 – 2015 season, while Arsenal have played in the Premier League since its formation in 1992. The clubs have met on numerous occasions over the years, and matches are always filled with a terrific atmosphere.

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Leicester City 

Leicester City FC was founded in 1884 as Leicester Fosse, playing at Filbert Street. They adopted the name Leicester City in 1919. The club has produced many notable players including Riyad Mahrez, Jamie Vardy, and Wes Morgan.
Leicester won the Premier League (their first major trophy) in 2016, when they were 5000/1 outsiders to win the title at the start of the season. The title win was also dubbed "the greatest sporting shock ever" by many pundits and newspapers. As a result of their victory, The Foxes qualified for the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League. 

King Power Stadium

The King Power Stadium (also known as Leicester City Stadium and formerly known as the Walkers Stadium) has been the venue for Leicester City's home games since 2002. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 32,261 and has also been the primary home of Leicester City Women. Located in Flibert Way, the King Power Stadium has hosted many noteworthy games over the years.

Arsenal

Arsenal have an extremely successful track record, with a multitude of trophies under their belt. Between 1998 and 2017, Arsenal qualified for the UEFA Champions League for 19 seasons straight.
The Gunners have a large and passionate fan base from all over the world, and their matches always promise a lot of style and drama. Many legendary players have donned the Arsenal shirt over the years, including Patrick Viera, Robert Pires, and Ian Wright.

Emirates Stadium

The famous Emirates Stadium has been home to Arsenal since its completion in 2006. The stadium cost £390 million to build and is also used as a venue for international fixtures and music concerts. 
The atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium is undeniable, particularly in the North Bank or Clock End, where the most vocal fans can be found. In terms of view, there isn’t really a bad seat in the stadium. Whether you're sitting behind the goal, in the lower section, or in the upper section, you’re guaranteed a great view of the action. However, tickets for games at the Emirates Stadium aren’t easy to secure.

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