Leicester City are performing sensationally in the Premier League this season, riding high on the crest of a Jamie Vardy-sized wave to ride high in second place heading into Christmas.
The Foxes have been the surprise package of the season, playing some sensational football under Brendan Rodgers to take the Premier League by storm. A club-record run of eight wins in a row has been the high point, with aspirations of a Champions League qualification now a realistic aim, rather than a fantasy.
Their good form, as well as the season of goodwill, has obviously reverberated around the club, with an announcement on Leicester's official website now confirming a late Christmas present for those attending Boxing Day's heavyweight clash with Liverpool at King Power Stadium.
Fans will be offered a free beer or bottle of water should they be at the game - an offer not extended to away fans - with a choir and brass band outside the stadium providing entertainment before the game. There will also be free Dairy Milk Freddo Treasures handed out to those who participate in the 'Leicester City Community's inflatable goal challenge'.
At half-time, branded Leicester t-shirts will be given out via shirt cannons - something that is a regular occurrence at King Power - while clappers will also be distributed to each home seat as per usual.
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Leicester's clash on Thursday could be pivotal to maintaining their slip title hopes, with the Foxes looking to become the first side to beat Liverpool in the Premier League this season. Clearly, the Foxes are looking for maximum support from the stands, hoping that feeding and watering the fans with free gifts will enhance the mood at a usually buoyant King Power.
The east Midlanders side are no strangers to giveaways, offering supporters a free beer and doughnut for late owner
Source : 90min