Leicester City were the surprise package that amazed the football world last season when they clinched the Barclays Premier League title against all odds. The team was only promoted to the Premier League in 2014 when they won the 2013-14 Championship. In just two seasons, they transformed from relegation battle contenders in 2014-15 when they finished in the 14th place in the league table under the guidance of Nigel Pearson, to Champions of England with a 10-point cushion over runners-up Arsenal in the 2015-16 season under Italian manager Claudio Ranieri. Leicester City won 23 and drew 12 of their 38 league matches, losing just 3 matches: home to Arsenal, away to Arsenal and away to Liverpool.
The team qualified for the prestigious UEFA Champions League for 2016-17, when they surprisingly won their group which comprised of Porto (2nd), Copenhagen (3rd) and Club Brugge (4th). They were drawn against Sevilla in the Round of 16. The above are the kits designed by Puma for the Champions of England to be used during the 2016-17 season. The home shirt has a blue base colour and a blue flapped collar. The same design of the home shirt is used for the away shirt but the base colour is red. The third shirt has a white base colour with vertical blue pinstripes on the body.