Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Foxes set for wintry treat

Leicester City fans will be treated to a winter wonderland event before the match against Peterborough United in two weeks' time.

Modelled on the successful fan village that saw over 20,000 visitors before the Real Madrid pre-season friendly, match ticket holders will be given the opportunity to meet Santa and his reindeer and take part in competitions and games.

There will be free admission to those with a ticket for the game against Posh - who see the Foxes as their closest rivals within the nPower Championship - and the winter wonderland will open at noon. The fixture has been chosen as it will be the last one before Christmas at the King Power Stadium.

"The Fan Village we hosted at King Power Stadium in the summer was a wonderful celebration of Leicester City's rich family atmosphere and this time of year offers us another chance to give something back to our supporters," said Foxes' Chief Executive Susan Whelan.

"We understand that the festive season can be a time where people's resources are stretched, which is one of the reasons we will be offering our supporters even more for the price of their match ticket through the Winter Wonderland. I'm sure it will be a magical occasion and a great day out for families in Leicester, Peterborough and beyond."
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