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Pep Guardiola’s men welcome the Dutch outfit on Tuesday 21 November and could well seal top spot in Group F, should they win and Napoli can get a result against Shakhtar.
Beforehand, Nicky Weaver will take to the City Square stage to preview the game, with another ex-Blue, Paul Bosvelt, also joining him.
The Dutchman captained Feyenoord during his playing career so we’ll be picking his brains as to what we might expect from the Eredivisie side.
There’s a trio of former players over at the Blue Carpet experience too, where we’ll be getting the thoughts of Club ambassadors, Ian Brightwell, Richard Edghill and Andy Morrison.
Completing the pre-match football feast is our professional esports player, Kez Brown, who will be kicking off the competition early in a FIFA clash against Feyenoord’s own esports maestro, which will be live on the City Square screens.
For this week’s musical offering, we’ll have icon and City fan, Noel Gallagher picking the tunes as he takes over our matchday playlist in the stadium.
Outside, Manchester six-piece, Alias Kid, will be performing the songs which saw the man who signed Oasis, Alan McGee, sit up and take notice off their act.
With several Blues in their line-up, the Indie group have recently released a single in honour of the record breaking Sergio Aguero.
Check out the City Square highlights from our last home game against Arsenal...
Tickets for City v Feyenoord are on sale now to supporters with previous purchase history prior to 24 August 2017 and are priced from £30 Adults and £7.50 U18s.
You can buy up to four tickets per supporter online at www.mancity.com/tickets, by telephone on +(0)161 444 1894 (option 1, option 1, option 2) and in store at the Etihad Stadium Ticket Office above the City Store.
New show is scheduled for global release in 2018.
Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has commented on the Club’s Annual Report, released earlier today…
The Club has reported record revenues of £473.4million, marking a 21% increase from the previous year and breaking £400million for the first time in City history.