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The Tunnel Club wins Leaders in Sport Award

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New prizes on offer to women's seasoncard holders

A whole host of prizes are again on offer in our October draw for Manchester City Women’s Seasoncard holders.

A whole host of prizes are on offer to win in October... and all you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is be the holder of a seasoncard.

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Man City to compete in ePremier League tournament

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City in September: Full highlights and match info

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Man City welcome brave youngsters to team picture

MAGIC MOMENT: Brave patients from the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital pose with the Manchester City squad

Brave youngsters from Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital were welcomed as honorary team members for the day, as they got the chance to join Manchester City’s men’s and women’s teams for their annual squad photo shoot.

City’s men’s and women’s team welcomed six brave youngsters to City Football Academy to take part in their annual team photographs

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Gear: The St Mark's range

Showcasing a range of fashionable wear with inspirations from more than a century ago...

Our latest fashion showcase

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Metallica to play Etihad Stadium

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City Football Group opens second China office

ndy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester (second left) is pictured in Shenzhen with City Football Group executives and the Premier League and Carabao Cup trophies that were won by Manchester City last season.

City Football Group (CFG), the owner of football clubs, including Premier League Champions Manchester City, and football-related businesses in major cities around the world, has become the first global football organisation to open a second hub in China.

CFG executives were joined at One Shenzhen Bay by Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, who visited Shenzhen at the end of a trade delegation to China.

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City Matters: Fans' representatives confirmed

NEW INITIATIVE: Manchester City are to launch a new fan network called 'City Matters'

Manchester City has launched a new initiative to provide fans with the opportunity to meet senior Club representatives on a quarterly basis, to discuss a wide range of issues and topics which are of importance to the Club’s wider supporter base.

Fan network elected representatives are confirmed

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