Important supporter information | Leicester vs Wolves

Wolves will get their 2021/21 Premier League season underway on Saturday with a visit to Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.

More than 3,000 supporters have snapped up tickets for the opening game of the campaign, which is set to kick-off at 3pm in the East Midlands – in a repeat of the opening fixture of the 2019/20 campaign.

Visiting Wolves supporters will be located in the corner of the North and East stands of the Foxes’ stadium and can access this area through turnstile 40 to 49, up to 90 minutes before kick-off. The accessible entrance is at turnstile 43.

All supporters have now been emailed their print at home tickets for the game. Tickets were emailed directly to the ticket booker. Mobile tickets will not work. Any enquiries relating to tickets should be directed to

Covid safety information

Leicester have launched a new Supporter Code of Conduct to support Covid-19 safety, ahead of Saturday’s Premier League opener. All visiting supporters are asked to familiarise themselves with the code of conduct HERE before attending the King Power.

To minimise the risk of Covid-19 transmission and to keep each other as safe as possible, Leicester is advising supporters to take a lateral flow test at home before the fixture, as well as wearing face-coverings when in any indoor areas in the stadium.

If you are feeling unwell with Covid-19 symptoms or any cold or flu-type symptoms, please do not attend the game.

Although Covid-19 status certification spot checks will not be in place for Saturday’s fixture, supporters are encouraged to obtain an NHS Covid Pass via the NHS App or NHS website so that they can provide proof of full vaccination and/or of a negative test within the past 48 hours. Details of how to obtain an NHS Covid Pass is available here.

Matchday information

Leicester Train Station is roughly 1.2 miles from King Power Stadium, which is about a five-minute car journey or up to a 45-minute walk. Several bus services run from Leicester City Centre to King Power Stadium, stopping on Aylestone Road, which is a five-minute walk from the ground.

Supporters driving to King Power Stadium should be aware that several of the roads surrounding the stadium close at least 30 minutes prior to kick-off to allow for pedestrian access.

The coach drop off/pick up point is directly outside the King Power Stadium.

The designated pub for visiting supporters is The Counting House (LE2 7LH) on Freemans Park, just off Aylestone Road (a 10-minute walk from King Power Stadium). Alcohol will also be available on the visitors’ concourse inside the stadium. But please note, the concourses are cashless and there are no cash tills anywhere in the stadium.

Turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off, and no bags not permitted into the stadium. If supporters need to bring a bag, it can be no larger than A4 size.

Detailed information for supporters attending Saturday’s fixture can be found here.