King Power Stadium
Capacity: 32 262 people
The King Power Stadium is a football stadium which hosts home matches of English football club Leicester City. The all-seater stadium, inaugurated in July 2002, holds 32,262 and has the 19th largest stadium capacity in England. The stadium is named after King Power, a company owned by club owner Vichai Raksriaksorn. Prior to this it was known as the Walkers Stadium, through a sponsorship deal with Walkers Crisps.