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Man City

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Head Coach

Pep Guardiola

League Position
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Established
1880 (142 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Etihad Stadium
(62,000 Capacity)

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Primary Colours
#6CABDD
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Location
Etihad Campus, Manchester

Nicknames
City, Cityzens, The Citizens, The Sky Blues

Competitions
English Premier League
UEFA Champions League
FA Cup
EFL Cup
FA Community Shield

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21 Jul 22 Man City  -  CF America
22 Jul 22 Bayern Munich  -  Man City
31 Jul 22 Liverpool  -  Man City
07 Aug 22 West Ham  -  Man City
13 Aug 22 Man City  -  Bournemouth

Latest Results
22 May 22 Man City  3 - 2  Aston Villa
15 May 22 West Ham  2 - 2  Man City
11 May 22 Wolves  1 - 5  Man City
08 May 22 Man City  5 - 0  Newcastle
04 May 22 Real Madrid  3 - 1  Man City

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l Manchester City Football Club, più comunemente noto come Manchester City, è una squadra di calcio inglese con sede nella città di Manchester, militante in Premier League, la massima divisione del campionato inglese.

Il primo antenato del City fu il West Gorton Saint Marks, fondato nel 1880, che nel 1887 assunse il nome di Ardwick A.F.C. e nel 1894 si spostò a Hyde Road, dove venne rifondato con il nome di Manchester City Football Club.

Il City visse il maggior periodo di successo della propria storia sotto la gestione di Joe Mercer e Malcolm Alisson, tra gli anni sessanta e gli anni settanta, vincendo alcuni importanti trofei nazionali ed internazionali, guidato da giocatori come Colin Bell e Francis Lee. Negli anni novanta la squadra entrò in un periodo di declino, fino ad arrivare a una doppia retrocessione dalla prima alla terza serie tra il 1995-1996 e il 1997-1998. Gli Sky Blues trascorsero un anno nella Third Division (terza divisione inglese), ma ottennero nuovamente la promozione in Premier League nel 2001-2002. Agli inizi degli anni duemiladieci, grazie anche agli investimenti della nuova proprietà emiratina facente capo allo sceicco Mansur bin Zayd Al Nahyan, la squadra è tornata al successo in ambito nazionale, vincendo la FA Cup nel 2010-2011 e la Premier League nel 2011-2012, interrompendo così il dominio delle cosiddette Big Four (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool e Manchester United) che durava dal 1996. In totale il Manchester City ha vinto sette campionati nazionali, sei FA Cup, sette Football League Cup, sei Charity/Community Shield e una Coppa delle Coppe ed è stato finora l’unico club in grado di aggiudicarsi tutti i trofei della Football Association in una sola stagione (2018-2019) ed in un anno solare (2019). È anche l'unica squadra vincitrice del campionato inglese ad essere retrocessa nella stagione successiva (nel 1937-1938) alla conquista del titolo.

I colori sociali del Manchester City sono il bianco ed il celeste, da cui deriva il soprannome Sky Blues. Disputa le partite in casa al City of Manchester Stadium, denominato Etihad Stadium per ragioni di sponsorizzazione.

Team Members
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Fernandinho
#25

2020-2021


Kayky





Rodri
#16

2020-2021

Nathan
Ake
#6

2020-2021

Kevin
De #17

2020-2021

Joao
Cancelo
#27

2020-2021

Scott
Carson
#33

2020-2021

Liam
Delap


2020-2021

Ruben
Dias
#3

2020-2021

Thomas
Doyle




Samuel
Edozie




Conrad
Egan-Riley




Phil
Foden
#47

2020-2021

Jack
Grealish
#10



Ilkay
Gundogan
#8

2020-2021

Gabriel
Jesus
#9

2020-2021

Aymeric
Laporte
#14

2020-2021

Roméo
Lavia




Riyad
Mahrez
#26

2020-2021

Luke
Mbete-Tabu




James
McAtee




Benjamin
Mendy
#22

2020-2021

Ederson
Moraes
#31

2020-2021

Felix
Nmecha




Cole
Palmer




Bernardo
Silva
#20

2020-2021

Zack
Steffen
#13

2020-2021

Raheem
Sterling
#7

2020-2021

John
Stones
#5

2020-2021

Kyle
Walker
#2

2020-2021

Oleksandr
Zinchenko
#11

2020-2021
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

The City of Manchester Stadium in Manchester, England, currently known as the Etihad Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is the home of Manchester City and, with a domestic football capacity of 55,097, the sixth-largest in the Premier League and tenth-largest in the United Kingdom.

Built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the stadium has since staged the 2008 UEFA Cup Final, England football internationals, rugby league matches, a boxing world title fight, the England rugby union team's last match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup and summer music concerts during the football off-season.

The stadium, originally proposed as an athletics arena in Manchester's bid for the 2000 Summer Olympics, was converted after the 2002 Commonwealth Games from a 38,000 capacity arena to a 48,000 seat football stadium at a cost to the city council of £22 million and to Manchester City of £20 million. Manchester City F.C. agreed to lease the stadium from Manchester City Council and moved there from Maine Road in the summer of 2003.

The stadium was built by Laing Construction at a cost of £112 million and was designed and engineered by ArupSport, whose design incorporated a cable-stayed roof structure which is separated from the main stadium bowl and suspended entirely by twelve exterior masts and attached cables. The stadium design has received much praise and many accolades, including an award from the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2004 for its innovative inclusive building design and a special award in 2003 from the Institution of Structural Engineers for its unique structural design.

In August 2015, a 7,000 seat third tier on the South Stand was completed, in time for the start of the 2015–16 football season. The expansion was designed to be in keeping with the existing roof design.

Trophies

Premier League
2021-2022

Premier League
2020-2021

Premier League
2018-2019

FA Cup
2018-2019

Premier League
2017-2018

Premier League
2013-2014

Premier League
2011-2012

FA Cup
2010-2011

FA Cup
1968-1969

FA Cup
1955-1956

FA Cup
1933-1934

FA Cup
1903-1904


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