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The Aston Villa vs Leicester City match is one that is sure to excite fans of both teams. This match-up will pit two successful teams in the Premier League against each other. Both clubs have a long and illustrious history. Leicester City was founded in 1884 as Leicester Fosse, and Aston Villa was created in 1874, making it one of the oldest teams in England.

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Leicester City

Leicester City were promoted to the Premier League in 2014–15, after winning the Championship in 2013–14. In the following season, they won the Premier League without having previously won a top-flight title, and have since gone from strength to strength. The Foxes have had some legendary players don the blue jersey over the years, including Jamie Vardy, Gary Lineker, Arthur Rowley, and Gordon Banks.

King Power Stadium

Leicester played their home games at Filbert Street from 1901 until 2002, when the club moved to the new 32,261-seat King Power Stadium. The King Power Stadium has a great atmosphere for football matches.

The fans are close to the pitch and create a lot of noise. This helps the team to play well and often leads to positive results. The Foxes have been one of the surprise packages of the Premier League in recent seasons, and the fans have played a big part in this.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa were one of the founder members of the Football League in 1888, and have a long and distinguished history. The club won the First Division championship seven times and the FA Cup seven times. The club was relegated from the Premier League in 2016 for the first time in their history, but have since made a comeback to the top flight. Aston Villa are known for playing a passing style of football that is attractive and exciting to watch.

Villa Park

Aston Villa have a long and proud history, with many memorable moments. One of the most iconic places associated with Aston Villa is their home stadium, Villa Park.

Villa Park is one of the oldest football stadiums in England, and it has a truly unique atmosphere. The fans are passionate about their team, and they create a great ambience for games. This makes Villa Park a great place to watch a match, whether you're a fan of Aston Villa or not.