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Tickets and Travel

Watch the Champions League group stage as a VIP

Tickets and Travel

Watch Everton in style

MEMORABLE: Award winning hospitality at the Etihad Stadium

The 2016/17 season is in full swing, so why not watch it in style!

Watch one of the world’s best managers, Pep Guardiola take charge of his new look City team at the Etihad Stadium against Everton on Saturday 15 October.

First Team News

Talking Points: Celtic did their homework

SECOND GOAL: Manchester City's Raheem Sterling celebrates scoring his side's second goal

The perfect start has ended - but how did Celtic become the first side to stop the City juggernaut?

Club journalist @dclayton_mcfc picks out five things we learned from our 3-3 draw with Celtic.

GOTD

Goal of the Day: Macken v Tottenham Hotspur 2004

Club News

City extend EA SPORTS partnership

RESIGNED: EA SPORTS remain City's Official Gaming Partner

Manchester City has agreed a new multi-year deal which will see EA SPORTS remain as the Club’s Official Gaming Partner.

The renewal continues a successful five year partnership with the leading video game developer.

What the Media Says

Daily Record: City playing rock and roll football

Highlights

Celtic v City: Match Highlights

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BATTLE: Manchester City's David Silva and Celtic's Erik Sviatchenko battle for the ball

All six goals from Man City's 3-3 draw with Celtic in Glasgow.

Watch the best of the action from a night to remember in the UEFA Champions League.

First Team News

Celtic v City: Match Highlights

BATTLE: Manchester City's David Silva and Celtic's Erik Sviatchenko battle for the ball

All six goals from Man City's 3-3 draw with Celtic in Glasgow.

Watch the best of the action from a night to remember in the UEFA Champions League.

First Team News

Celtic 3-3 City: Zabaleta proud of City spirit

TUSSLE: Zabaleta battles for the ball with Celtic's Moussa Dembele

Pablo Zabaleta believes City’s performance in their 3-3 draw at Celtic Park demonstrates the character of the team.

City went behind to the Bhoys three times in the match but goals from Fernandinho, Raheem Sterling and Nolito meant a share of the spoils.

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