Saturday 7 May 2016 18:38, UK
Which Leicester players are eligible for a Premier League winners' medal and who will lift the trophy for them on Saturday?
This weekend will be an historic one for the Foxes - a chance to celebrate their first top-flight title in their 132 years of existence.
Here's all you need to know about Leicester City's Premier League trophy presentation...
When will Leicester be presented with the Premier League trophy?
Leicester will lift the Premier League trophy after their Saturday Night Football match with Everton at the King Power Stadium. Kick-off is at 5.30pm - so the special moment for the Foxes is likely to arrive at around after 7.15pm.
Who lifts the trophy?
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan will lift the Premier League trophy.
Who presents the trophy?
This season, the Premier League trophy will be handed over by Leicester City fan Steve Worthy. Worthy earned the honour by winning the Barclays "I Am One" competition for the right to present the trophy to the new champions by citing his 97-year-old grandmother Gladys Kenney as the embodiment of the "spirit of the game". Mrs Kenney was, until two years ago, the club's oldest season ticket holder, and she'll be there on Saturday for the presentation.
Who gets a winners' medal?
You need to have played five Premier League games for the champions to be eligible for a winners' medal.
Twenty-three players have made five or more appearances for Leicester City this season.
|Player||Premier League appearances|
|Ritchie de Laet||12|
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Will Leicester receive a pre-game guard of honour?
The new champions will receive a guard of honour from Everton.
The tradition is not compulsory but at the discretion of the champions' opponents. However, Everton boss Roberto Martinez said this week: "We will congratulate them and, from that point on, we will focus on trying to be a team that can perform against them."