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Dreams come true for Laiba

DREAMS: City in the Community participant Laiba Humayon will never forget Man City Women’s FA Cup win at Wembley.

City in the Community participant Laiba Humayon will never forget Man City Women’s FA Cup win at Wembley.

The 10-year-old stepped out of the tunnel alongside captain Steph Houghton as the teams entered the pitch.

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CITC walking football group get theatrical

LIFT: City in the Community's walking football group experience a theatrical workshop.

City in the Community’s (CITC) walking football programme swapped the beautiful game to tread the boards at the City Football Academy last week.

Singing rather than goal scoring was the focus as the 12 participants took part in a theatre session led by Manchester International Festival and Frantic Assembly.

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Players support early years community project

CITY PLAY: Fernandinho took part in City in the Community's early years project.

Four Manchester City players experienced the work City in the Community is doing in local pre-schools when they joined youngsters at the Foundation’s early years project.

Fernando, Fernandinho, Jane Ross and Georgia Stanway took part in the CityPlay programme alongside more than 20 pupils from E-ACT Blackley Academy.

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Blues' quartet visit CITC's CityPlay project

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City players support community literacy project

CITY STARS: Kelechi Iheanacho and John Stones took part with City in the Community's new literacy project.

Manchester City players recently joined local primary school children to kick off City in the Community’s new literacy project, City Stars.

Kelechi Iheanacho, John Stones and Manchester City Women’s Karen Bardsley, Lucy Bronze and Jill Scott mark the start of a new initiative.

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CITC deliver young leader training in Vietnam

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#Morethanfootball: Celebrating a year in CITC

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CITC Manchester focus for UN day of sport

ONE CITY: City in the Community's inclusion programme.

As part of Manchester City’s celebration of the UN’s International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, we’re putting our community leaders in the spotlight.

City in the Community’s Disability Coordinator, Paul Kelly, is responsible for one of the Foundation’s flagship programmes – the disability football project, One City.

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CITC to grant young fan a very special wish

DREAM COME TRUE: City fan, Idris, receive a big surprise from Vincent Kompany.

City in the Community (CITC) has teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to give a young fan a dream day out.

Junior Blue, Idris, who had his leg amputated after being diagnosed with a form of bone cancer, recently discovered he’ll be meeting his Manchester City heroes.

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