For the past few years now, Manchester City has been playing the best football in England. Their recent success story can be traced back to their re-invention in the last decade, which is something that has transformed the culture of the club. Traditionally, Man City wasn’t part of the big boys in England and the bulk of the best moments in the club’s history can be attributed to the involvement of their owner Sheikh Mansour. However, they are now amongst the dominant forces in English football and Europe at large.
Man City possesses some of the best players in today’s world of football. From the captain Vincent Kompany to the ever reliable Kun Aguero, Kevin De bruyne, Raheem Sterling, David Silva, Kyle Walker and many more. They boast a very strong academy system with youth prodigies like Brahim Diaz, Zinchenko, Phil Foden among many others and are currently managed by arguably the best manager out there. Pep Guardiola, as popularly known, is the master of the art of tiki-taka and an expert in the beautiful passing game.
City finished first in the 2017/2018 season with a record total of 100 points and 106 goals scored. They also won the English Carabao Cup defeating Arsenal in the process but were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League by Liverpool in the quarter finals.
Manchester City plays all of their home games at the Etihad Stadium, which was formerly known as the City of Manchester Stadium. The Etihad Stadium has a capacity of 55,017 and is amongst the largest football arena in English football.
City’s best European feat is a UEFA Champions League semi-final position where they were eliminated by Real Madrid. However, they’ve won the English Premier League on three occasions in the last few years.
Manchester City considers their local rivals Manchester United as one of their major rivals and this is quite imaginable considering that both teams are just a short bus ride away from one another. Other rivals include domestic competitors like Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and of course Tottenham.
Depending on the availability, any football fan can purchase a Manchester City ticket on SeatPick without buying a membership from the club.
Football fans from all around the globe can purchase Manchester City tickets even if they are sold-out on the clubs site right here on SeatPick.
As one of the most prolific English football teams, season ticket prices are understandably higher, revolving around £940, following a price increase.
Season ticket holders who are not able to attend all matches usually sell their tickets on the secondary markets to the websites affiliated with Manchester City. However, football fans who didn’t plan ahead could be forced to compromise in order to get a cheaper ticket.
Below you can find how the cost of Manchester City tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Manchester City ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand. For the 2019/20 season, the current average Manchester City ticket price is £162.
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