A guide to The KP & away stadia in The Premier League
In addition to the spaces in the Filbert Street Car Park, there are 10 spaces available in Car Park C on Raw Dykes Road for visiting supporters with disabilities.
Within the surrounding area, there are a number of car parking options, including Freemans Common Business Park (LE2 7SQ).
These are independent car parks run in aid of charity, with the price varying depending on the car park.
Alternatively, there is street parking available, although supporters are advised to make note of parking restrictions which may apply on matchday, including resident-only parking areas.
GETTING TO THE KING POWER STADIUM
Train: Leicester Train Station is approximately 1.2 miles from King Power Stadium, which is roughly a five-minute car journey or a 20-minute walk.
To walk from Leicester Train Station, exit the building and cross London Road, turn left and follow the round to the right. Keeping Waterloo Way on your left as the path separates, cross New Walk and follow the path down to Nelson Mandela Park.
Turn right onto Lancaster Road, walk through the park and head for the crossing by the public toilets, cross Welford Road and turn left, you will then arrive at King Power Stadium.
Bus: A number of bus services run from Leicester city centre to King Power Stadium, stopping on Aylestone Road, which is a five-minute walk from the Football Club.
Most buses in Leicester are low floor vehicles meaning they can be lowered to pavement level once the bus has stopped and all include wheelchair spaces.
Park & Ride: There are three Park & Ride sites in Leicester which operate from 7am until 7pm Monday to Saturday. Users of the Park & Ride services can park for free at the sites with a bus ticket costing £3 per person.