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Leicester City FC

Think you know everything about 'The Foxes'? Test your Leicester City FC knowledge. 10 Questions.

 
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1

When was the club, which was originally called 'Leicester Fosse', first established?

  • 1884
  • 1886
  • 1896

2

When did Leicester Fosse first get promoted to the top division in England, then known as 'English Division One'?

  • 1896-97
  • 1911-12
  • 1907-08

3

Which ex-Leicester City player scored a penalty for Blackburn Rovers in the 1991-92 Division 2 playoff final?

  • Paul Kitson
  • Gary Lineker
  • Mike Newell

4

In 1992-93, LCFC reached the playoff final for the second year running. But against which team did they lose 4-3 in an exciting but heartbreaking final?

  • Cambridge Utd.
  • Swindon Town
  • Stoke City

5

In 1994, LCFC reached their third play-off final in 3 years, beating Derby County. Which Leicester City legend scored a double to put LCFC 'Up Where We Belong'?

  • Steve Claridge
  • Garry Parker
  • Steve Walsh

6

LCFC were relegated in 1994-95. How many seasons did it take LCFC to get promoted back to the top division of English Football?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

7

In the 1996-97 season, LCFC not only managed to remain in the Premiership, but also succeeded in winning a major trophy. Which trophy was it?

  • English F.A. Cup
  • English League Cup
  • UEFA Cup

8

Who did LCFC beat on the way to winning the League Cup in the 1996-97 season?

  • Middlesborough
  • Tranmere Rovers
  • Tottenham Hotspur

9

Which manager succeeded in achieving promotion and suffering relegation to and from the English Premier League with LCFC in the early 2000s?

  • Craig Levein
  • Peter Taylor
  • Micky Adams

10

Which important accolade/record did LCFC finally lose at the end of the 2007-08 season?

  • They had never previously lost a match at Wembley
  • They had never previously fallen below the top two divisions
  • They had never had less than 15,000 fans appear at a home game

 

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