Leicester City will know next week who they will face in next season’s Premier League campaign.

The first major date of the summer for top clubs is the release of the Premier League games, and Foxes fans will be excited to see who will meet their team on opening day, whether they are at home for their boxing day and New Years games, and who will be their opponents on the last day of the season, when Brendan Rodgers and Co. could still have all possible options available.

There will be an added thrill for them too, knowing fans will be allowed back into the King Power Stadium when the new season kicks off after the Covid pandemic resulted in empty all but very few games in 2020/21 Stadiums were played.

The big date for Leicester and its fans is this Wednesday, June 16, with the games releasing at 9 a.m.

Brendan Rodgers led Leicester City to its first FA Cup win in May

Leicester ended the 2020/21 season with mixed feelings among fans. They lost their last two games in the league, missed a top 4 placement by one point and finished fifth. However, after beating Chelsea 1-0 at Wembley in the final, they won the FA Cup for the first time in the club’s history.

Rodgers’ men conceded the second highest number of goals conceded (50) in the top 10 last season and are rumored to be looking to strengthen their defensive options for the new campaign.

Stoke City center-back Nathan Collins is a potential target for the Foxes but they face competition from Premier League colleague Burnley for the 20-year-old’s signature.

Leicester will also have to do their best to keep their top players, with players like Wembley hero Youri Tielemans linked with a move from the club this summer.

Youri Tielemans is an obvious target for Liverpool Liverpool this summer

If the Foxes lose one of their most important men, hopes for a top 4 challenge next season could be dashed. It is rumored that Liverpool are considering an offer for Tielemans, who will represent Belgium at Euro 2020 this summer.

Leicester could potentially face newly promoted Norwich, Watford or Brentford on the new season’s opening day, with Midlands rivals Wolves and Aston Villa also having options.