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The 2014/15 football season has already been an eventful one for Manchester City and the Club’s work in the community is no exception.
City in the Community will celebrate its 30th anniversary with an exclusive Gala dinner in The Tunnel Club at the Etihad Stadium.
City in the Community are pleased to announce they have teamed up with musicMagpie
Since 2008 City in the Community (CITC) has worked with over 5,000 young people in Stockport primary schools in partnership with Stockport council.
As City in the Community celebrates it's 30th anniversary, take a whistle-stop tour to see the best of its work over the last three decades.
The 2014/15 football season was a busy one for Manchester City both on and off the pitch with a range of diverse community projects taking place throughout the year.
For 30 years, City in the Community has been using the power of football to give kids in Manchester a better shot at life.
City in the Community (CITC) has plenty of reasons to celebrate this International Women’s Day (IWD), with more girls then ever taking part in its activities
As Manchester City’s Festive Face Off reaches its climax, Team Santa and Team Elf have received a welcome show of support from City in the Community (CITC) participants.
Edin Dzeko is a famed Unicef ambassador and takes his role very seriously, but the Bosnia-Herzegovina striker is far from being alone at City in his dedication to helping others.
What does it take to run a football club? In CityTV's latest series we find out as we go behind the scenes at Manchester City to meet staff working in a variety of roles.
Manchester City’s arrival in LA has provided another opportunity to witness the global effect of the Club’s community work.
It’s City in the Community Week and we're putting our spotlight on our educational programmes.
City will again be ‘at home’ at Wembley for the FA Community Shield on 7 August against United.
Edin Dzeko, Scott Sinclair and Matija Nastasic helped launch a range of new City in the Community (CITC) programmes at The Factory Youth Zone.
A group of 12 Year 5 students from Barlow Hall Primary School visited the Etihad Stadium last Friday to take part in a lesson as part of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day.
Young people in two South American cities have been given the tools to make a difference in their hometown thanks to Manchester City’s ongoing global community work.
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.