Leicester City Football Club LEICESTER CITY
members of
The FA Premier League
Ground: Filbert Street,
Click here for location map
Tel: 0116 291 5000
Websites: Official Site
Cunning as a Fox
Getting there
By Car: (approx 100 miles from HW)
M1 to junction 21, then A46 (signposted Leicester A5460). Continue to next roundabout (0.5 miles), take 2nd exit (A5460) onto the Narborough Road dual carriageway. After further 2.3 miles turn right at traffic lights (s/p City Centre) into Upperton Road. Filbert Street is on the right after approx 0.5 miles.
There are various car-parks that open up on matchdays near the ground. Try Jarrom Street and Gateway Street and also general street parking if you get there early. 
Train: Leicester mainline station is approx 1 mile from Filbert Street. You can get to the ground by cutting through Nelson Mandela Park and bearing right to junction of Walford Road and Ayelstone Road. Turn left and then right into Walnut Street. The ground is at the end on the left.
Connections to Leicester from London are served mainly from St. Pancras. Look out for special offers for groups of four or more.
Check for specific times and connections of trains.
Chairboy Connections
Some connections between The Chairboys and The Foxes.

Martin O'Neill - A legend at Wycombe and after a short spell with Norwich, eventually took on similar status at Filbert Street. Moved north of the border to Celtic in the summer where he continues his rise and rise in Football Management.

Steve Guppy- Left wing hero at Wycombe during the 'Martin O'Neill Years'. Made his way to Leicester via Newcastle United and Port Vale.

Paul Hyde - Popular goalkeeper at Wycombe who filled in as reserve team 'keeper at Filbert shortly after the arrival of Martin O'Neill. Has since played for Leyton Orient and now Dover after a serious leg injury ended his full-time career.

Stefan Oakes Former Leicester trainee who spent six years as a pro at Filbert Street and was infamously involved in the 'handball incident' during the March 2001 FA Cup tie. After leaving City in the summer of 2003 had a short spell with Walsall before joining Notts County where he had made 49 appearances in 15 and scored 3 goals, including a stunning strike in a 2-1 victory over Wycombe at Adams Park in February 2005. Signed for Wanderers in the summer of 2005 from County. Made 124 appearances for Wycombe, scoring nine times before switching to Lincoln City in June 2008. Later played for Tamworth in the Conference before moving to the US to play for FC New York.

John Robertson and Paul Franklin from Martin O'Neill's backup staff also followed the Irishman to Filbert Street and consequently on to Celtic.
Chairboys all-time record against The Royals
Tue, Oct 3, 1984 Fr H D 0-0 1,270
Mon, Aug 1, 1994 Fr H L 0-1 2,919
Wed, Nov 12, 1997 Fr H W 2-1 3,000
Tue, Aug 1, 2000 Fr H L 0-3 2,368
Sat, Mar 10, 2001 FAC6 A W 2-1 21,969
Tue, Aug 6, 2013 FLC1 H L 1-2 3,158
Fr = Friendly/Testimonial
FAC = FA Cup
FLC = Football League Cup
Click date for match report where available
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