Newly-crowned Premier League champions Leicester City will be presented with the trophy after their final home game of the season against Everton on Saturday. Captain Wes Morgan will lift the Cup in front of almost 32,000 fans inside the King Power Stadium with a very special lady getting the chance of a lifetime to do the honours.Gladys Kenney is 97-years-old and she is probably the oldest living Leicester fan in the world. Atleast until two years ago, she was the oldest season ticket-holder in Leicester. For 67 years, she has had to deal with the heartbreak of relegation for Leicester. (Also read: Leicester’s EPL triumph is why we love football, says Lionel Messi ) But come Saturday, and she will finally get the opportunity she has been agonisingly waiting for all her life. Gladys will be present in the stadium and possibly even get a chance to hand over the trophy to Wes Morgan. Her grandson Steve Worthy won a competition for the right to present the trophy to the new champions by citing Mrs Kenney as the embodiment of the “spirit of the game”. (Also read: Amazing Leicester celebrate fairytale title success) Mr Worthy is now hoping that his overjoyed grandmother can be present on the pitch when the ceremony takes place.”Grandma is so excited about it, it is a very emotional thing for her. It’s going to be a lifetime’s dream for her and she will love every single minute. She can’t believe this is happening,” he told the Telegraph.advertisement”Her first Leicester match was the 1949 FA Cup final, which they lost, and since then she has experienced a lot more downs than ups, including the club going into administration in 2002, and she missed these two seasons in the Premier League because she has glaucoma.Failing eyesight stopped her from going to the stadium to watch her favorite football team play. But such is her dedication towards the Foxes that she tuned into the radio every they played.”She was really sad that she missed out, though she listens to the match on the radio every Saturday. But being there for the trophy presentation really will be a once in a lifetime thing,” Kenney’s 39-year-old doting grandson added.Also, on Saturday, Morgan’s name will be added to the likes of Manchester United’s Roy Keane, Arsenal’s Tony Adams and Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany, some of the other inspirational captains to have got their hands on English soccer’s biggest prize.”I’m just going to try and hold back the tears,” Morgan told AP. “I think it’s going to be very emotional. It’s the biggest moment of my life. I can’t wait to lift the trophy and get my hands on it,” Morgan added.