Post by Everton News. on Nov 23, 2019 17:25:36 GMT
Away Fan Guide: Leicester City
Stadium Address King Power Stadium Filbert Way Leicester LE2 7FL 0334 815 5000 (option 4) or [email protected]
Tickets for this fixture are sold out and supporters are advised not to travel unless they are in possession of a valid match ticket. No ticket upgrades will be available on the day of the fixture.
The Everton Fan Centre will be open 10am-3pm on the day of the fixture to deal with any ticket queries and can be contacted on 0151 556 1878.
Travel and Parking
Parking spaces are available on a match-by-match basis at the Filbert Street car park. Car Park spaces should be pre-booked preferably before the day of the match, however late booking can be made up until 10am on the day of the match (subject to availability) Please contat the LCFC sales centre on 03348155000 (option 1) to purchase a space.
Leicester City provide 10 car park spaces for visiting supporters with disabilities at £16 per car. Please purchase directly from the Everton ticket office.
Parking is available on Freemans Common Business Park (LE2 7SQ) on individual business car parks for a small charge of £4.
Further parking is available in the City Centre, signposted on the approach roads and also at a nearby NCP car park (LE2 7AN) next to the Leicester Tigers Rugby ground.
By Car The M1 and M69 Motorways interchange at Junction 21 (M1), where you should exit and follow the signs for the City Centre via the A5460. After three miles turn right on to Upperton Road, follow the road until you get to the Liberty Statue Island and take the fifth exit down Western Boulevard. You will see the King Power Stadium ground on your right-hand side.
Visiting supporters are accommodated in the corner of the North and East Stands and can enter the Stadium via Turnstiles 40-49 which will open up to 90 minutes before kick-off.
The nearest cash machine is located at Morrisons Superstore about a 10-minute walk away from the Stadium (LE2 7LT). Card payments will not be accepted within the stadium concourses.
Leicester City have a dedicated team of Accessible Support Stewards to assist supporters with disabilities.
Audio descriptive commentary is available for free to supporters inside the King Power stadium, sets can be collected from the matchday staff entrance.
All accessible toilets in the King Power Stadium are fitted with RADAR locks. Supporters are advised to bring their own key. Keys are however available from the designated support stewards.
Visiting supporters with disabilities will be seated in the visitors’ section.
The use of banners and/or flags at the King Power Stadium is at the discretion of the Club’s operations team and stewarding personnel. No political or offensives banners are permitted. Security or stewarding personnel will remove any banner or flag which they believe is affecting other supporters’ enjoyment.
Food and Refreshments
A selection of food and refreshments will be sold at the kiosks on the visiting supporter’s concourse and alcohol will be available to purchase.
The designated away fan friendly pub is the Counting House which is about five to 10-minute walk from the Stadium. It is located on Freeman’s Park next to a pub called the Local Hero.
Everton Safety announcement
Everton Football Club does not condone the use of pyrotechnics whatsoever those found using them either home or away will be subject of action by the Club and the Police. Being convicted of using them could also result in a jail sentence that is how seriously the matter is being treated by courts across the country. As a Club we would also impose an indefinite ban on anyone caught using pyrotechnics. Apart from the risk of a ban or conviction the devices have a serious effect on others, particularly those with breathing difficulties and the disabled in wheelchairs who cannot easily get away from the smoke.
During the season 2015/16, we have noticed an increase of persistent group “bouncing”, culminating in beer being thrown in the air. This has happened on both home and away concourses and would stress has only involved a very small minority of fans.
This has resulted in both the Club and the Police receiving complaints from supporters who have become soaked in beer. As we are sure you will agree this is anti-social behavior and people should not have to put up with this. As a consequence both the Club, Merseyside Police and supporters groups have discussed how this should be addressed.
Firstly, both the Club and the Police want to make it clear that we want ALL our supporters to enjoy their day and we understand that this may include singing and an element of “bouncing” as a group.
However, a decision has been made that should home or away fans participate in the throwing of alcohol in any area of the stadium, they will be dealt with by Match Day Stewards with the full support of Merseyside Police Officers. This could culminate with an ejection from the ground or potentially an arrest, dependent on the specific circumstances.
This season, you will see more stewards and Police Officers on the concourse, who will provide early advice should a situation look like it is getting out of control.
Please continue to enjoy the match but we ask that you also consider other supporters and how they will be affected by your behavior and we ask for your support in this.
Everton Official Club Contact for this fixture:
Club Supporter Liaison Officer Rachel Meikle, will be available to help with any queries on the day of the fixture up until Kick off via email: [email protected] or 07583189399.
A team of Everton Stewards will also be in operation at the Etihad Stadium and will be on hand to help with any issues at the Stadium.
Everton manager Marco Silva says he "cannot control" speculation around his job ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Leicester City.
The Toffees boss came under pressure after his side's 2-0 defeat at home to struggling Norwich City at the weekend - a result that left them 16th in the table, four points above the relegation zone.
BBC Sport report that Silva's position was discussed during a meeting with major shareholder Farhad Moshiri and director of football Marcel Brands following the Norwich defeat.
But the Portuguese is now preparing his Everton side for the trip to the King Power Stadium, where they will look to end Leicester's five-game winning streak and become the first team this season to beat the Foxes on their own patch.