Leicester City’s club shop has pretty much sold out of merchandise as jubilant fans snapped up as many goods to celebrate their side’s title-winning season. The shelves at the Premier League champions’ official store were looking empty, with only a few mugs and footballs available to buy. Walls which used to be covered by replica shirts on the racks are now completely bare.
The Foxes have seen a huge increase in demand for their merchandise following Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur last night. The draw at Stamford Bridge meant that Leicester were crowned as champions of England – against all odds.
Last night fans partied on the streets of Leicester, outside the King Power Stadium and outside Jamie Vardy Melton Mowbray home, until the early hours of this morning. At the start of the season, and again in October, the bookies priced them at 5000/1 to win the league. To put it in to context – it was just as likely as aliens landing in the UK, the Loch Ness monster being discovered and Elvis Presley being alive and well.
Walls which used to be covered by replica shirts on the racks are now completely bare as fans wanted their own piece of history
The Leicester City club shop has been stripped of goods and shelves look bare at the King Power Stadium
SOURCE: UK SPORT
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