Leicester City 2007-08 AwayRegular price $60.00 Save $-60.00
Season Info: The 2007-08 season was a highly successful one for Leicester City Football Club, as they secured promotion to the Football League Championship after winning the League One title. The team finished the season at the top of the League One table with an impressive 96 points, which was six points ahead of second-placed Peterborough United. Leicester City won 27 games, drew 15, and lost only 4 games during the course of the season. They scored a total of 84 goals and conceded just 39, which was the best defensive record in the league.
Leicester City was led by manager Ian Holloway, who was in his second season in charge of the club. He brought in a number of new players, including striker Matty Fryatt, midfielder Stephen Clemence, and defender Jack Hobbs, who all made significant contributions to the team's success.
The season started slowly for Leicester City, as they won just two of their first seven league games. However, they soon found their form and went on a 23-match unbeaten run, which included 13 wins and 10 draws. This impressive run helped them to establish themselves as serious promotion contenders and they maintained their form throughout the remainder of the season.
The team's promotion was confirmed on the penultimate day of the season, when they beat Southend United 2-0 at the Walkers Stadium in front of a sell-out crowd. The fans were ecstatic as they celebrated the club's first promotion in four years.
Overall, the 2007-08 season was a memorable one for Leicester City, as they dominated the League One and secured their return to the Football League Championship. The team showed great character, determination, and skill throughout the season, and the fans were rewarded with a well-deserved promotion.