Leicester City’s Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace this Saturday will be preceded by a minute of applause in appreciation of His Majesty the King of Thailand.
The visit of the Eagles will be City’s first home league match since the passing of King Bhumibol Adulyadej last Thursday and the Club will mark the occasion with a show of unity and support for the Club’s owners and the Thai people.
The world’s longest-reigning monarch, His Majesty the King was widely loved, revered and admired in the homeland of Leicester City’s owners, the Srivaddhanaprabha family.
City’s players will wear black armbands this weekend, while the minute of applause will give supporters of both clubs an opportunity to join us in respectful appreciation of a truly significant figure in Thai history.
Deepest sympathies to the Thai people during their period of mourning.