'5000/1' remembrance walk organised for Leicester City's next home game

Tributes outside the King Power Stadium Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wire/PA Images

Two girls from Leicester are organising a large walk in the city in remembrance of those that died in the helicopter crash at the King Power Stadium.

Megan and Casey Elliott want to get 5,000 people to walk from Jubilee Square to the ground ahead of Leicester's home match against Burnley on Saturday 10 November.

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha (right) with the Premier League trophy Credit: Nick Potts/PA Archive/PA Images

The figure reflects the Foxes' 5000/1 odds of winning the Premier League ahead of the historic 2016 victory.

Supporters are being asked to wear blue for the walk, the Leicester City colours.

Leicester City owner and chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was one of five people killed in the helicopter crash on Saturday.

Meanwhile, last night supporters at the King Power stadium burst into a spontaneous chant in emotional scenes.

Former Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has paid tribute at the King Power Stadium.

Leicester City supporter Kade Smith, who was on The Voice UK on ITV this year, has written a song in tribute to Vichai.

Kade hopes his song will provide supporters with some comfort, as well as raising money for the Foxes Foundation charity.