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King Power Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Leicester give 3,000 seats to away fans, so there’s no shortage of excitable fans in the area providing a bit of atmosphere. The seats themselves are comfortable with a good amount of legroom and even have a great view of the big screen for those crucial action replays!

The concourses are neat and well-maintained, but not terribly well-designed in terms of traffic. What that means, is that you should try and hold it in rather than visit the toilets at half-time, ‘cause you won’t get very far!

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The King Power is designed in an oval shape – so there really aren’t any poor seats or those with restricted views at all, so choosing your seat will just come down to crowd preference and price.

Price is something that has some fans grumbling – for Category A matches (Arsenal, Chelsea, United and the like), tickets in the Kop where the atmosphere is arguably at its best start at £40, with seats on the half way line going for £50! The cheapest tickets are those in the back corners and the family stands – starting at £30.

For most games (category B) you are looking at a price range of £32 -48. Obviously you have to pay well for the privilege of watching the champs.

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