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We were very keen to host a Leicester City game in 2020, however we’ve been told by the club that due to essential end of season pitch-works planned at The King Power, there’s a strong likelihood the club won’t be able to host our game in May 2020.

We’ve asked the club if there’s a possibility of them hosting the game at another time of the year, however it might not be possible for the game to go ahead this season.

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Football Aid 2019

Our 2019 game at The King Power was another hugely enjoyable event for all involved and we'd like to say a massive thanks again to our Foxes fans for their excellent efforts on the night and Legends Jon Stevenson and Matt Piper who were on hand to play in the game and share their expert experience with our fans.

Visit our Newsroom to see Match Reports, Player Stories and a Gallery of Images from our previous Leicester City games.


Football Aid provided the perfect setting for a lucky few Foxes fans to say an emotional farewell to Filbert Street in May 2002, with our game being one of the last ever to be played at the stadium which had been the club's home for over a 100 years.

The following year we made our debut at the state-of-the-art Walkers (now King Power) Stadium with Legends Ali Mauchlen, Paul Ramsey, Alan Birchenall and John Ogilvie in attendance and we've been privileged to have the fantastic support of fellow club heroes Matt Piper, Julian Joachim, Steve Walsh, Matt Elliott, Muzzy Izzet, Mike Whitlow, Jon Stevenson and Ashley Chambers in our matches since.




Football Aid could certainly be described as a game of two halves. On one side we’re fulfilling fans’ lifelong ambitions to grace the hallowed turf at the club they support. At the same time, we’ve raised significant funds for a host of charity and community projects on a regional, national and international scale. This perfect balance is changing lives, making dreams come true and benefiting the beautiful game. To learn more about Football Aid and our parent charity Field of Dream please visit our About Us page.