Leicester as a city keeps gaining a global reputation. Aside that is, from the already attained global reputation of its University.
Leicester can now be known for its three kings: one historical; one cultural and one allied with science.
Historically, King Richard III died in Leicestershire and was found via an archaeological dig conducted by the University of Leicester in 2012. (See: https://www.le.ac.uk/richardiii/).
Culturally, Leicester City are the current UK Premiership champions – they play at the King Power Stadium (See: http://www.lcfc.com/).
Scientifically (this connection is a little more tenuous) King Titus Tatius used to dedicate the tables of his Holy Sees to the Goddess Juno. The spacecraft Juno is now approaching the planet Jupiter after a five-year flight to discover more about this strange planet. The University of Leicester has had a long association with space programmes including that of Juno. (See: https://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/press/think-leicester/science-and-environment/2016/juno-and-the-university-of-leicester).
History, Culture and Science are three subjects taught at the University of Leicester. Personally, I prefer Criminology!