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Leicester City have one of the oldest histories when it comes to English football, as the club was founded 134 years ago in 1884. Now, Leicester are a professional club based in one of the top cities in England. Most of the historical period for Leicester City has been spent competing in the top tiers of the English Football League. Also known as the Foxes, the club are currently under the ownership of Asian investors, but it has been part of the English set up for a major part of its history.
In the 130 year plus history of Leicester City, the club has spent outside the top two divisions only on one occasion. Most of the success for the club has come in the second division, as they currently hold the joint record of seven second division titles. In terms of the honours, Leicester City are best known for winning the Premier League title in the 2015-16 campaign. This happens to be the only first division title for the club and it was picked up in remarkable circumstances. Even though Leicester have never won the FA Cup, the club has finished as the finalist on four occasions.
Leicester are no strangers to European competitions after having played in competitions like the Champions League and UEFA Cup – albeit on an intermittent basis. The club has been playing the football at the King Power stadium since 2002. However, Leicester have been playing their football at various grounds throughout the history. Claudio Ranieri is regarded as an icon at Leicester after leading the club to an unlikely Premier League success in the 2015-16 campaign. This is regarded as the single biggest achievement for the club – or any other team in the history of Football League. Some of the iconic players at the club happen to be Peter Shilton, Gary Lineker and Gordon Banks.