DMU students get a chance to experience live match reporting at Leicester City F.C.



De Montfort University sports journalism students visit the King Power stadium to experience the chance of a lifetime at producing a live match report for the top premier league fixture between Leicester City FC and Norwich City FC On Saturday 27 February.

Leicester go into the game to defend their narrow lead to Spurs and Arsenal at the top of the Premier league, while Norwich will look to pick up three points to remain in the fight against relegation.


DMU Sports Journalism Students set to get VIP treatment this Saturday at King Power Stadium


Third year Sports Journalism students are invited to the press box at the King Power Stadium on Saturday to create live match reports on Leicester City Vs Norwich.

After a recent visit to the ground, Anthony Herlihy, head of LCFC media, has shown admiration towards the students and given them this once in a life time opportunity to get a glimpse into journalism life.


DMU students live at the King Power



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The King Power is ready and waiting: The latest chapter set to continue this weekend.

DMU Sports Journalism students prepare for a visit to the King Power stadium for the up coming Premier League fixtures at home to Norwich City and West Bromwich Albion.


Undergraduates prepare for first live match reporting experience

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Excited students at De Montfort University have been given the opportunity to produce a live match report in Leicester’s next two home fixtures.

Undergraduates studying football journalism will be able to sit in the press box with the professionals during the Premier League fixtures as part of their course to prepare them for life after university.

With the games being attended when Leicester host Norwich on Saturday and West Brom on Tuesday, hopefully they will be treated to lots of excitement as Leicester push for the title.

Sports Journalism students set to experience match reporting first hand



Following a successful trip to the King Power Stadium at the start of the month, sports journalism students of De Montfort university are set to return to tackle the task of live match reporting.

After an insightful lesson into techniques and approaches, students are set to take a seat in the press box and provide coverage on two top flight fixtures as table topping Leicester City take on 14th placed West Bromwich Albion and 17th placed Norwich City in a bid to keep their title dream alive.

Two wins will take Leicester a step closer the most shocking premier league moment since the infamous Manchester City revival that saw them snatch the title from Manchester United’s grasp at the last possible second.