Making his debut in a local derby at Nottingham Forest in September 1911, King was useful back-up for Shirley Hubbard and Fred Osborn when he made the switch to Leicestershire from Hull City.
He arrived at the club as a youngster and probably impressed the Leicester scouts with a five-goal haul for City's reserves in a fixture the year before his switch to Fosse.
After four goals in eight appearances in all competitions King moved on to Goole Town just a year after his spell with Leicester.
|1||16.09.1911||1 - 4||Nottingham Forest (A)||Division Two (old)|
|2||23.09.1911||2 - 0||Chelsea (H)||Division Two (old)||1|
|3||30.09.1911||1 - 4||Leyton Orient (A)||Division Two (old)||1|
|4||28.10.1911||1 - 1||Blackpool (A)||Division Two (old)||1|
|5||04.11.1911||1 - 0||Glossop (H)||Division Two (old)|
|6||03.02.1912||0 - 1||Barnsley (A)||FA Cup 2|
|7||09.04.1912||2 - 0||Leyton Orient (H)||Division Two (old)||1|
|8||13.04.1912||0 - 1||Derby County (H)||Division Two (old)|