LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE

LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE

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LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE

– The foxes have got their eyes on victory in their last game against Everton on May 7.

– Sales of tickets for the game begins even at skyrocketed price

LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE
Leicester City’s jubilant fans

LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE

With three games to end this current premier league campaign, Leicester City are already in celebration mood.

Ahead of the May 7th home game against Everton, the present league leaders have begun the sale of tickets.

As Ranieri’s team has drastically improved in their standard of play, they have likewise jacked up their ticket price.

Tickets are now being sold from £334 to an eye-watering £13,220 to fans who cannot wait to see the season’s final game showdown against Everton.

Before the May 7th game, it is possible for Ranieri’s men to have win the league.

LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE

However, if they fail to secure their needed three points before the game, then the match will become a must win for them.

And considering the significance of the game against Everton, the Foxes are no doubt convinced of lifting and celebrating the title on home ground.

After Tottenham’s 1-1 draw at home to West Bromwich Albion on Monday evening, Leicester City find themselves on the verge of winning the Premier League, but their fans may have to cough up quite a fee to watch it in person.

The Foxes only need three points from their final three fixtures to be crowned champions of England, and so a win against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday would send fans into dreamland.

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If Claudio Ranieri’s side fail to beat United, they would have the chance to accomplish the unthinkable in their final home game, against Everton on May 7.

However, with all tickets available for the game on the club’s official website having sold out within 90 minutes, there will surely be people willing to cough up those kinds of sums.

In order to combat this, the Foxes had attempted to have the game against Manchester United broadcast on the big screens at the King Power Stadium to a capacity crowd.

Unfortunately the Premier League ruled out this particular possibility, owing to the supposedly negative impact this would have on those who have to pay to watch the game on Sky or other channels.

Therefore Leicester have been forced to compromise by limiting broadcasts of the game to inside their hospitality boxes in the stadium. Entry will be at £5 for adults and £3 for children.

LEICESTER CITY BEGIN TITLE CELEBRATION WITH ASTRONOMICAL TICKET SALE