List of Leicester City F.C. records and statistics

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This article collates key records and statistics relating to Leicester City F.C., including information on honours, player appearances and goals, matches, sequences, internationals, season records, opponents and attendances.

Honours[edit]

Champions 2015–16
Runners-up 1928–29
Champions 1924–25, 1936–37, 1953–54, 1956–57, 1970–71, 1979–80, 2013–14
Runners-up 1907–08, 2002–03
Champions 2008–09
Runners-up 1949, 1961, 1963, 1969
Winners 1964, 1997, 2000
Runners-up 1965, 1999
Winners 1971
Runners-up 2016

Appearances[edit]

Most appearances[edit]

  • All-time most appearances (Does not include wartime appearances)

Current players in bold.[1][2]

# Nat. Name Period League FA Cup League Cup Other[3] Total
1 England Graham Cross 1961–1975 498 59 40 2 599
2 Scotland Adam Black 1920–1935 528 29 0 0 557
3= England Hugh Adcock 1923–1935 434 26 0 0 460
3= England Mark Wallington 1972–1985 412 25 23 0 460
5 England Steve Walsh 1986–2000 369 17 40 24 450
6 England Arthur Chandler 1923–1935 393 26 0 0 419
7 Scotland John Sjoberg 1958–1973 335 34 44 0 413
8 Wales Mal Griffiths 1939–1956 373 36 0 0 409
9 England Steve Whitworth 1969–1979 353 29 18 0 400
12 Wales Andy King 2007– 329 19 18 12 378
10 England Sep Smith 1929–1949 350 23 0 0 373
11 England Mike Stringfellow 1962–1975 315 28 27 0 370
13 England Richie Norman 1958–1968 303 30 28 4 365
14 England Gordon Banks 1959–1967 293 34 25 4 356
15 Northern Ireland John O'Neill 1977–1987 313 19 13 0 345
16= Scotland Dave Gibson 1962–1970 280 29 30 0 339
16= England Peter Shilton 1966–1974 286 33 20 0 339
18 England Colin Appleton 1954–1966 277 32 20 4 333
19 England Dennis Rofe 1972–1980 290 22 12 0 324
20 Northern Ireland Paul Ramsey 1980–1991 290 10 19 3 322

Consecutive appearances[edit]

  • Most consecutive appearances – 331 by Mark Wallington (4 January 1975 – 6 March 1982)[1]
  • Most consecutive League appearances – 294 by Mark Wallington (11 January 1975 – 2 March 1982)[1]
  • Most consecutive FA Cup appearances – 52 by Graham Cross – (14 January 1965 – 24 February 1975)[1]
  • Most consecutive League Cup appearances – 21 by John Sjoberg (15 January 1964 – 4 September 1968) and Mark Wallington (9 September 1975 – 9 October 1984)[1]

Youngest and oldest appearances[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

  • Top 20 all-time top goalscorers (Does not include wartime appearances.)[1][4] Current players in bold.
# Nat. Name Period League FA Cup League Cup Other[3] Total Apps Goal Ratio
1 England Arthur Chandler 1923–1935 259 14 0 0 273 419 0.65
2 England Arthur Rowley 1950–1958 251 14 0 0 265 321 0.83
3 England Ernie Hine 1926–1932 148 8 0 0 156 259 0.60
4 England Derek Hines 1948–1961 116 1 0 0 117 317 0.37
5 Scotland Arthur Lochhead 1925–1934 106 8 0 0 114 320 0.36
6 England Gary Lineker 1978–1985 95 6 2 0 103 209 0.49
7 England Mike Stringfellow 1962–1975 82 7 8 0 97 344 0.28
8 Scotland Johnny Duncan 1922–1930 88 7 0 0 95 295 0.32
9 Scotland Jimmy Walsh 1956–1964 79 5 5 2 91 199 0.46
10 England Jamie Vardy 2012- 83 2 2 3 90 235 0.38
11 England Alan Smith 1982–1987 76 4 4 0 84 217 0.39
12 England Frank Worthington 1972–1977 72 4 2 0 78 239 0.33
13= Wales Mal Griffiths 1939–1956 66 10 0 0 76 409 0.19
13= England Ken Keyworth 1958–1964 62 7 4 3 76 215 0.35
15 Scotland Danny Liddle 1932–1946 64 7 0 0 71 274 0.26
17 England Arthur Maw 1932–1939 58 6 0 0 64 189 0.34
18 England Steve Walsh 1986–2000 53 1 4 4 62 450 0.14
19 Wales Andy King 2007– 54 4 2 1 61 353 0.17
20 England Steve Lynex 1981–1987 57 1 2 0 60 240 0.25

Top goalscorers in individual matches and seasons[edit]

Other goalscoring records[edit]

Internationals[edit]

Scorelines[edit]

Wins[edit]

  • Biggest win – 13–0 (v Notts Olympic – FA Cup, 13 October 1894)[9]
  • Biggest league win – 10–0 (v Portsmouth, 20 October 1928)[9]
  • Biggest win in the first tier (Premier League and predecessors) – 10–0 (v Portsmouth, 20 October 1928)[1]
  • Biggest win in the second tier (Championship and predecessors) – 9–1 (v Walsall Town Swifts, 5 January 1895) and (v Gainsborough Trinity, 27 December 1909)[1]
  • Biggest win in the third tier (League One and predecessors) – 4–0 (on three separate occasions)[10]
  • Biggest FA Cup win – 13–0 (v Notts Olympic, 13 October 1894)[1]
  • Biggest League Cup win – 8–1 (v Coventry City, 1 December 1964)[1]

Draws[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Sequences[edit]

Consecutive wins[edit]

  • Most consecutive league wins – 9 (21 December 2013 – 1 February 2014)[11]
  • Most consecutive league home wins – 13 (3 September 1906 – 29 December 1906)[12]
  • Most consecutive league away wins – 5 (21 December 2013 – 1 February 2014)[12]
  • Most consecutive wins in all competitions – 10 (26 December 1962 – 16 March 1963)[1]
  • Most consecutive FA Cup wins – 5 (8 January 1963 – 27 April 1963)[1]
  • Most consecutive League Cup wins – 6 (16 September 1998 – 17 February 1999)[1]

Consecutive draws[edit]

  • Most consecutive league draws – 6 (on three occasions)[12]
  • Most consecutive league home draws – 5 (on three occasions)[12]
  • Most consecutive league away draws – 5 (on two occasions)[12]
  • Most consecutive league 0–0 draws – 3 (on four occasions)[12]

Consecutive defeats[edit]

  • Most consecutive league defeats – 8 (17 March 2001 – 28 April 2001)[12]
  • Most consecutive league home defeats – 5 (3 January 1959 – 18 March 1959)[12]
  • Most consecutive league away defeats – 15 (18 October 1986 – 2 May 1987)[12]
  • Most consecutive defeats in all competitions – 9 (10 March 2001 – 28 April 2001)[1]
  • Most consecutive FA Cup defeats – 7 (19 February 1985 – 5 January 1991)[1]
  • Most consecutive League Cup defeats – 9 (11 November 1975 – 6 October 1981)[1]

Consecutive games without defeat[edit]

  • Most consecutive league games without defeat – 23 (1 November 2008 – 7 March 2009)[12]
  • Most consecutive league home games without defeat – 40 (12 February 1898 – 17 April 1900)[12]
  • Most consecutive league away games without defeat – 13 (21 December 2013 – 23 August 2014)[12]
  • Most consecutive games without defeat in all competitions- 17 (6 December 1924 – 28 February 1925)[1]
  • Most consecutive FA Cup games without defeat – 9 (7 January 1961 – 27 March 1961)[1]
  • Most consecutive League Cup games without defeat – 17 (25 September 1963 – 10 February 1965)[1]

Consecutive games without a win[edit]

  • Most consecutive league games without a win – 18 (12 April 1975 – 1 November 1975)[12]
  • Most consecutive league home games without a win – 12 (22 November 2003 – 24 April 2004)[12]
  • Most consecutive league away games without a win – 23 (19 November 1988 – 4 November 1989)[12]
  • Most consecutive games without winning in all competitions – 18 (12 April 1975 – 13 September 1976)[1]
  • Most consecutive FA Cup games without winning – 7 (19 February 1985 – January 1991)[1]
  • Most consecutive League Cup games without winning – 9 (11 November 1975 – 6 October 1981)[1]

Consecutive scoring and conceding runs[edit]

  • Most consecutive league games scored in – 32 (23 November 2013 – 16 August 2014)[12]
  • Most consecutive league games without scoring – 7 (21 November 1987 – 1 January 1988)[12]
  • Most consecutive league games without conceding – 7 (14 February 1920 – 27 March 1920)[12]
  • Most consecutive league games without a clean sheet – 37 (9 February 1957 – 26 December 1957)[12]

Individual League Seasons[edit]

Wins[edit]

Draws[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Goals Scored[edit]

Goals Conceded[edit]

Goal Difference[edit]

Points[edit]

Opponents and Familiarity[edit]

All stats correct up to 25 February 2014

Home Attendances[edit]

References and Notes[edit]

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  3. ^ a b Includes Football League Play-offs, European matches, Charity and Community Shield, Football League Trophy, Full Member Cup and Anglo-Italian Cup matches
  4. ^ Leading Goalscorers Archived 8 September 2012 at the Wayback Machine. LCFC.com. Retrieved 20 March 2011
  5. ^ Leicester City F.C. in European football
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  8. ^ "Wes Morgan". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 25 August 2014.
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  10. ^ a b c d 2010/11 Fixtures & Results LCFC.com. Retrieved 20 March 2011
  11. ^ "Match Report Bournemouth 0–1 Leicester". Retrieved 22 February 2014.
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  14. ^ a b "Leicester City : Head-to-Head vs Birmingham City". statto.com. Archived from the original on 5 January 2014. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  15. ^ a b "Highest Attendances". Leicester City Official. 23 September 2009. Retrieved 14 August 2010.
  16. ^ LCFC league results and dates 1954–55 – statto.com Archived 27 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  17. ^ – EFS Attendances
  18. ^ – Soccerway.com