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Manchester City

Manchester City FC was founded in 1880 and is based at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. The Citizens' takeover by the Abu Dhabi United group in 2008 has changed the club's fortunes almost immeasureabely and they can now boast of two Premier League titles in addition to their two First Division and five FA Cup trophies. Their present manager Manuel Pellegrini led the club to the top of the Premier League in his first season in charge and will now be expected to make greater strides in the Champions League. Get your Manchester City tickets now!


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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Goodison Park, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Turf Moor - Burnley FC, Burnley, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Selhurst Park Stadium, London, United Kingdom
From £159.00 There are 78 tickets left
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Old Trafford, Manchester, United Kingdom
From £254.47 There are +100 tickets left
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Liberty Stadium, Swansea, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Estadio Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
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Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia
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How well do you know your way around City of Manchester Stadium?

Thu 17:37 13 Nov
<strong><u>How well do you know your way around City of Manchester Stadium?</u></strong> Want to watch football at one of the legendary stadiums of Premier League football? Get tickets for Manchester City v Newcastle here at Ticketbis!

The City of Manchester Stadium, the home of Manchester City FC, is an imperious stadium with a current capacity of 46,708 with plans to increase it to 62,000 next year which will make it the second largest Premier League stadium.Since its opening in 2003 it has consistently been one of the highest attended football stadium and in recent years has operated at almost complete capacity, it would seem that an expansion is very necessary for The City of Manchester Stadium.

The stadium has seen some of the most famous artists perform under its toroidal-shaped roof including the likes of Bon Jovi, Take That, George Michael and most recently One Direction. It has also hosted rugby and boxing events but more importantly it has witnessed many of Manchester City´s victories last season which saw them claim the Premier League. In fact they only suffered one loss and one draw at home. Some of their greatest results from last season included a 6-3 drubbing of Arsenal and a 4-1 against home rivals Manchester United.

The stadium has first-class facilities for players and fans as well as a roof which maximises the amount of sunlight by using a translucent polycarbonate bar at the corners to ensure an optimum grass surface. In addition to this they have also implemented an advance drainage and under-pitch heating system to further improve playing conditions at The City of Manchester Stadium. Without a doubt, The City of Manchester Stadium is one of the premier stadiums for top-flight football.

Bought your tickets to see Man City? What to do outside the stadium…

Thu 17:34 13 Nov
<strong><u>Bought your tickets to see Man City? What to do outside the stadium… </u></strong> Home to two of Premier League’s greatest teams, Manchester is a city to be experienced first-hand! While many Mancunians are happy to remind you that Manchester stands as the birthing place of indie-rock legends Oasis,it isboth Manchester United and Manchester City that have raised the status of this city to the global stage! As mentioned earlier, while experiencing one of the numerous tours that Etihad offers is certainly recommended, there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying this glorious city regardless of your football stance.

Those cinematically minded may well want to visit the numerous TV and film locations used throughout the city, while the more hip folk among us can go all vintage and visit the numerous clothing stores, tearooms and vinyl stores for all those hipster needs. The adventurous type can even visit Manchester’s underground tunnels, which provided a safe-haven for folk during the Manchester Blitz, with tours of the tunnels being both spooky yet intriguing. Don’t forget, if you like your Chinese food, there’s a Chinatown right in Manchester (standing as the biggest in Europe), needless to say, there’s a collection of restaurants, supermarkets, bakeries to spend your time in. With both stadiums situated half an hour away from the city centre, some of the best pubs to go post-game include The Green, Crown & Anchor, Lammars and The Wheatsheaf, all of which are within Etihad’s thirty minute walking distance.

As expected there’s a lot to do in so little time, so how can you best travel around the city? Well luckily, Manchester prides itself on its Metroshuttle system, a free bus system that links a number of rail stations and shopping areas around the city centre! Of course, if time and distance is of the essence there’s always the tram (Metrolink), in which an Adult Day Travelcard will cost you either five or seven pounds depending on the times.

Why buy tickets this season? What we can expect from Man City…

Thu 17:23 13 Nov
Manchester City’s meteoric rise from a team playing in the second tier of English football to one that now competes against the like of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid is one of the most impressive and controversial in the history of world football. With big money behind them, in the form of a 2008 takeover by Abu Dhabi Group Limited, it was only a matter of time before the Sky Blues would become Premier League Champions and this happened after a dramatic 3-2 scramble against QPR on the final day of the 2011-12 season. After losing out to Manchester United in Alex Ferguson’s final year as manager in 2013, City went on to regain the world’s most prestigious league trophy last season - new manager Manuel Pellegrini’s first season in charge.

City have been unable to maintain their domestic momentum overseas and have been criticised for getting knocked out of Champions League group stages in their first two European campaigns, as well as losing out in the last sixteen to Barcelona last season. The Champions League continues to be a worry for Pellegriniand the Man City board this time around but they have more pressing concerns in way of the Premier League. A combination of unsatisfactory results and a seemingly unstoppable Chelsea side has made retaining their title that much more difficult. All eyes will be on their games against Liverpool and Chelsea later in the season but the Etihad faithful will be secretly hoping that a top four place remains the foregone conclusion it was in August. Buy Manchester City v Arsenal tickets and find out how they fare this time around.

How much do you know about Man City?

Thu 17:18 13 Nov
GENERAL INFORMATION
  • Year of foundation
    1880 as St. Mark's (West Gorton)
    1887 as Ardwick Association Football Club
    1894 as Mancher City
  • Ground
    1923 - 2002: Maine Road
    2003 - present: City of Manchester Stadium
  • Nicknames
    City
    The Citizens
    The Sky Blues
CLUB RECORDS
  • Player(s)
    Eric Brook
    Eric Brook / Tommy Johnson
    Sergio Agüero
    Fred Tilson
    Colin Bell
    Sergio Agüero
    Sergio Agüero
    Tommy Johnson
    Tommy Johnson
    Carlos Tevez, 2009–10 / Sergio Agüero, 2011–12
    Sergio Agüero
    Sergio Agüero
    Álvaro Negredo
    Denis Law
    Record
    Record League victory
    Record Cup victory
    Biggest League defeat
    Highest home attendance
    Highest away attendance
  • Number of goals
    178
    158
    61
    22
    18
    15
    11
    38
    38
    23
    6
    4
    3
    6
    Match
    Man City v Lincoln City (1895)
    Man City v Liverpool Stanley (1890)
    Man City v Everton (1906)
    Man City v Stoke City (1934)
    Tottenham v Man City (FA Cup 1981)
  • Most goals scored in…
    all competitions
    First Division
    Premier League
    FA Cup
    Football League Cup
    all European competitions
    UEFA Champions League
    one season in all competitions
    one First Division season
    one Premier League season
    one UEFA Champions League season
    one Premier League match
    one UEFA Champions League match
    a match in any competition
    Result
    11 - 3
    12 -0
    1 - 9
    84.569
    100.000
HONOURS
  • Leagues
    Premier League
    First Division/ Second Division (second tier)
    Second Division(third tier)
    Cups
    FA Cup
    League Cup
    FA Community Shield
    UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
  • Wins
    4
    7
    1
    Wins
    5
    3
    4
    1
  • Last season
    2013–14
    2001–02
    1998–99
    Last season
    2011
    2014
    2012
    1970
MANAGERS
  • Top Managers
    Tom Maley
    Wilf Wild
    Les McDowall
    Joe Mercer
    Tony Book
    Roberto Mancini
    Manuel Pellegrini (current manager)
  • Win %
    59,33
    44,89
    37,16
    43,82
    42,38
    59,16
    71,93
  • Honours
    1904 FA Cup
    1934 FA Cup, 1937 First Division, 1937 Charity Shield
    1956 FA Cup
    Second Division, First Division, Charity Shield, FA Cup, European Cup Winners' Cup, League Cup
    1976 League Cup
    2011 FA Cup, 2012 Premier League, 2012 FA Community Shield
    2014 League Cup, 2013–14 Premier League"