Whatever happened to footy at 3 o'clock, Saturday afternoon?
Leicester City's match against Wolves tonight is another weekday evening fixture for the club, with the match being televised on Sky.
It comes after the Middlesbrough game earlier this month had a Friday evening kick-off for TV.
The TV deals mean fans are not getting as many of the traditional Saturday afternoon fixtures as they once did.
Reporter David Owen asked people in the city centre yesterday what they miss about the Saturday 3pm kick-off and whether later fixture times have dulled their enjoyment of the nation's favourite sport.
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Kyle Wood, 25, sales consultant, Hamilton, Leicester
"When City have a 3pm Saturday kick-off you've got time to go down the pub and meet up with your mates and soak up the pre-match atmosphere – then go out afterwards."
Sarah Davies, 18, student, Market Harborough
"My dad's really into football. He had been hoping to make the Wolves game but won't be able to because of his work commitments. He's a bit disappointed. A Saturday afternoon kick-off is much easier for families."
Hafsha Panchbhaya, 27, graduate, Spinney Hill, Leicester
"I don't really follow football but a lot of my friends and relatives do and they definitely prefer it when the matches are played on a Saturday. Midweek games are much more inconvenient for most people."
Virginia Fernandez, 65, Gipsy Lane, Leicester
"My husband is a big City fan and misses having all of the home games played on a Saturday. It's a traditional thing which is being lost. I used to enjoy going to games with him and we would make a family day of it."
Shane Burton, 28, bar assistant, Saffron Lane, Leicester
"I remember my dad taking me to watch Leicester play at Filbert Street when I was a kid. On Saturdays it was all about the atmosphere. He used to take me to the pub with him on the way. They are really happy memories."
Chris Seal, 64, window cleaner, Glenfield
"I think most people prefer Saturday afternoon matches. Fixtures now are all manipulated by TV and revenue. It used to be about meeting friends, watching the game and getting home for the post-match sports paper."
Camilla Maddison, 20, student, Clarendon Park, Leicester
"I think the traditional Saturday afternoon kick-off is a community thing that has gone on for generations. Sadly, it's not quite the same for weekday games."
Paul Cummings, 48, unemployed, Humberstone, Leicester
"The fixtures are all over the place these days, it's hard to keep up. You can plan things around a 3pm Saturday kick-off. It's the only time I can usually make it. During the week it's much more difficult."
Ian Hassell, 44, printer, Blaby
"Saturday afternoons used to be the highlight of the week. I was disappointed about the Middlesbrough game the other week as hardly anyone could get to it because of all the snow."
Trish Branson, 45, social care consultant, Earl Shilton
"Football's an addiction in my family. I'd say the tradition of a Saturday afternoon kick-off is missed. Today, games have to fit in with the TV schedule. I guess it's just the way things are."
Helen Godbold, 47, café coordinator, Scraptoft
"The tradition of 3pm Saturday kick-offs is being lost, like so many things in football. It's a much more convenient time for families to go along to the game. Unfortunately, these days, it's all about money."
Abdul Dagia, 29, shop assistant, Highfields, Leicester
"It is difficult if you want to watch a game live on a weekday evening, especially if you have young kids. But times have changed and it's just how it is. People get used to it."