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Trophy treat for Junior Cityzen

JUST CHAMPION!: Junior Cityzen William, sister Maisie and his friends pose with the Premier League and Carabao Cup trophies

JUST CHAMPION!: Junior Cityzen William, sister Maisie and his friends pose with the Premier League and Carabao Cup trophies

One of our lucky Junior Cityzens got the chance via the new Man City Kids App to have the Premier League and Carabao Cup trophies, which the Club won during the 2017/18 season, arrive at his home!

Much to his delight and surprise, the Cityzens team turned up at William's house in Greater Manchester earlier this week and set up the Premier League and Carabao Cup trophies in his back garden.

TRUE BLUES: The arrival of the trophies came as a complete surprise for our thrilled youngsters

William, who is a huge Manchester City fan, was asked questions about his favourite football club and the new Man City Kids App.

William mentioned he ‘thinks the new kids app is amazing, because you can enter competitions and watch interviews from Pep and all the players’.

QUESTION TIME: William takes to the microphone to answer questions about his favourite club

William was joined by his sister Maisie and two excited friends who all got to experience the special ­afternoon with him

 

As a final treat, everyone was given a Junior Cityzens goodie bag as a souvenir to remember what was an amazing afternoon.

The Man City Kids App is the new home of Junior Cityzens, a free membership for younger fans. Like William, Junior Cityzens have access to exclusive, once-in-a life-time experiences!

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NAME GAME: It was an unforgettable experience for Junior Cityzen William, his sister Maisie and his friends

 


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