Leicester City fans given chance to have their say on club policy
Leicester City are inviting supporters to have a say in club policy through a online survey.
City say the survey is the latest initiative in an improved supporter consultation and research programme.
The programme has seen the formation of the Fans Consultative Committee (FCC), which features supporters from various ages from each stand of the King Power Stadium discussing a range of topics, from ticket prices to club policies.
Now, the club want to extend the consultation programme beyond the FCC and are looking for supporter feedback as part of an overall improvement to the City supporter engagement programme.
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Jamie Tabor, the head of marketing for City, said it was important that supporters were able to voice their thoughts and opinions.
"The Leicester City supporters are the lifeblood of the football club and, through regular consultation, we are able to ensure that they have a vital say in how club policy is shaped both today and in the future," he said.
"The supporter survey offers us a great opportunity to gauge the opinions of a vast number of supporters across a number of demographics, and ensure that the services we provide are meeting the high standards that should be expected of Leicester City."
The survey focuses on a range of topics including ticketing, social media, the match-day experience, the City Fanstore and more. The club will welcome all feedback, and all supporters who complete the survey will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a season ticket for the 2013-14 campaign.
Supporters have until midnight on Thursday to submit their feedback. To see the survey, visit: