Leicester have enjoyed a meteoric rise in recent years.
The Foxes were playing Championship football at the start of last decade.
They won the Championship in 2014 and pulled off one of the biggest shocks in football history when they won the Premier League two years later.
Five years on and Leicester have added an FA Cup trophy to their collection and are now perennial challengers for the top four under Brendan Rodgers.
Leicester are one of the best teams in England and their training ground is up there with the very best, too.
The Foxes moved into their new training ground complex at the back end of last year.
The 185-acre site, which was built by McLaren, features 21 playing surfaces, a 499-seater floodlit main pitch and elite sports science and medical facilities.
There's also a private nine-hole golf course for the players and staff to enjoy.
Leicester have now posted a one-minute long video on their TikTok channel which shows off the complex.
And to say it is stunning would be an understatement. Watch their video below:
That defines state of the art. Imagine getting up every day and having the pleasure to work there.
The video of their training complex has gone viral with many gushing about how stunning it is. View some of the reaction below:
While @nufc188 said: "Lush that. So jealous of Leicester and what they’ve become under ambitious owners."
Brendan Rodgers is also a big fan of the facilities on show.
Speaking to Sky Sports earlier this month, he said: "Driving in every day through the barrier and you just see it. It is an amazing facility. Everything is just quality."
He added: "It is always going to be hard for us to beat the top teams over 38 games but can we be there, can we be competitive and stay in and around that top?
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"You can only do that when you have a standard of training, work and mentality that can keep you there.
"The great admiration I have for the ownership here, with everything that happened with Khun Vichai, this club could have very, very easily declined. The trauma, everything they went through. It really shows you the strength of leadership here.
"The mentality around protecting the legacy of Khun Vichai, and actually becoming stronger for it. If you look at Leicester City today, you see a world-class training facility, a team that is competitive and a football club that he can be very, very proud of."