City in the Community is celebrating 30 years of making a difference to the lives of people in Manchester.
Over the course of the season we’ll be sharing 30 of our favourite stories from throughout City in the Community’s history, to celebrate this landmark year.
The introduction of a ‘Changing Places’ facility will allow the Club to better meet the need of supporters who require accessible toilets at the home of the Blues.
Elliott Fernadez-Sanz, who’s fighting cancer, made an emotional trip to the Etihad for City v Everton after watching his beloved Blues train at the City Football Academy earlier in the week.
We’re looking for passionate sportsmen and women who want to train and play football alongside studying for a BTEC Level 3 in Sport.
The doors of the Blues state-of-the-art training facility were opened to aspiring female footballers as part of the Premier League Girls Football project.
Each week, he joins a team of like-minded men, aged from 50 to 83, to train with City in the Community coaches at the iconic Etihad campus
As part of the four week programme, CITC opened the doors of the state-of-the-art City Football Academy – with secondary sessions at Newall Green High School – to more than 200 children aged 6-14.
Patients from Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital were welcomed as honorary team members for the day.