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Manchester City Golf Day 2019

The annual Manchester City Golf Day at Mere saw golfing regulars Paul Dickov, Andy Morrison, Alex Williams and Gary Owen competing for the coveted green jacket – or bib on this occasion.

The Etihad, CITC and American Golf tournament is a yearly event and charity fundraiser that is always a popular entry on the calendar.

DRAF Engineering won the overall four-ball competition taking home individual trophies and hospitality for four at an upcoming Manchester City home fixture.

One of the highlights of the day was the Longest Drive with American Golf competition, won by Marcus Pownall on the 15th hole who also won the CITC Nearest the Pin competition.



The Beat the Pro prize went to Bryan Jones after he edged his challenge with Sophie Walker to win a host of Etihad prizes including two tickets to Abu Dhabi plus a three-night hotel stay.

In addition, James Cooper from Sky Sports News was the compare for the awards presentation and Q&A session.

Former midfielder Gary Owen won the raffle for a Pep Guardiola signed jacket and then auctioned the prize for City in the Community with Nigel Wilson providing an auction winning donation of £750.

The Club would like to thank all the event sponsors and everyone who took part or contributed.

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City and Copa90 launch women's football research

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Manchester City and COPA 90 have partnered to undertake a global research project and publish a report on current and prospective audiences for women’s football, with a focus on fans between the age of 16 and 24 - the emerging generation of football consumers.

The report follows the launch of Manchester City’s ‘Same City Same Passion’ campaign in 2018 – created to demonstrate that football’s values and principles are the same – and aims to deepen the understanding of who the women’s football audience is, in recognition of the breadth and diversity of the women’s football fan base of today.

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City Football Group's Start-Up challenge

On Monday 24 June, City Football Group (CFG) will be welcoming 11 start-ups from Manchester and further afield to attend a five-day accelerator to showcase how they can solve five big challenges identified by City’s global network of football clubs.

11 start-up companies will embark on a five-day accelerator at City Football Academy