Leicester City: Free beer for Foxes fans against QPR

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and a beer
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha took over the club in 2010

How often do club owners give their fans something for free?

Leicester City's owners will dip into their pockets and buy the first round of beers during Sunday's final game of the season against QPR.

The Foxes secured their Premier League status last week and vice chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha said: "We want to say thank you to our fans for their incredible support this season.

"It's been key in the team securing another season in the top flight."

Supporters will be given a voucher to claim a beer - or a bottle of water - at the King Power Stadium.

QPR fans travelling to Leicester and hoping to drown their relegation sorrows on the cheap will be disappointed though, as the offer only extends to home fans.

The BBC Sport's Price of Football study found that the Foxes offered the cheapest day out in the Premier League this season, with a ticket, pie, programme and a cup of tea costing as little as £27.50.

Leicester's owners have been spoiling their fans recently, having provided breakfast for the 3,000 supporters who travelled to Sunderland last week.

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