Men's Team

City in the Community to feature of UEFA Champions League final kits

Our Club charity, City in the Community, will feature on the back of our UEFA Champions League final shirts to help raise awareness of the charity with fans also able to take part in an auction of match-issued shirts with proceeds going to CITC.

City take on Inter at 20:00 (UK), on Saturday 10 June, at Turkey's Ataturk Stadium.

Fans will be able to take part in the auction of match-issued FA Cup final shirts by following this link HERE.

The auction will go live at kick-off, before closing on the 17th June at 1pm.

Founded in 1986, CITC’s purpose is to empower healthier lives with city youth through football.

Programmes help support people across Greater Manchester by placing physical and mental wellbeing at their core, whilst creating healthy futures and healthy communities.

The 2021/22 campaign saw the charity deliver 17 programmes, reaching 19,119 people aged between two and 79, totally over 22,000 community sessions and averaging 29 hours per participant.

This season, CITC has launched a new fundraising initiative – Healthy Goals – to support its purpose of empowering healthier lives through football.


Funds raised will uplift the physical and mental health of local young people by creating new community football pitches in Manchester, where the charity’s youth-led programmes will be delivered.

Manchester City is matching all donations to the Healthy Goals initiative made before the fundraising window closes in September 2023.*

More information about our Healthy Goals campaign can be found here.

*City Football Group will contribute a maximum of £125,000 (GBP) to City in the Community through this campaign or £500,000 (GBP) in total for all City Football Group affiliated charities participating in the campaign (whichever comes first).