Manchester City FC Tickets
Manchester City FC tickets are in demand because fans want to see this famous soccer club play live. Over the past decade, there is no soccer club in the world that has come out of oblivion to become the sport's powerhouse quite like Manchester City. Since their takeover by the Abu Dhabi Group in the year 2008, City have become a global soccer force. They are the current champions of England, a title they won in spectacular fashion in Pep Guardiola's second season in charge. The Citizens are about to make their way to the US for preseason preparations and will take part in the International Champions Cup. If you want to see their brand of scintillating soccer live, then book your Manchester City tickets now.
Manchester City FC Venues
- ICC - International Champions Cup: FC Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City FC Hard Rock Stadium
- ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Liverpool FC MetLife Stadium
- ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Borussia Dortmund Soldier Field Stadium
Manchester City FC Tickets
- Fri Jul 20 2018Fri Jul 20 2018
- Buy ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Borussia Dortmund, Soldier Field Stadium Tickets for 07/20 08:05 PM ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Borussia Dortmund, Soldier Field Stadium tickets for 07/20 08:05 PM at Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago, IL
- Fri Jul 20 2018
- Wed Jul 25 2018Wed Jul 25 2018
- Buy ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Liverpool FC, MetLife Stadium Tickets for 07/25 08:05 PM ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Liverpool FC, MetLife Stadium tickets for 07/25 08:05 PM at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
- Wed Jul 25 2018
- Sat Jul 28 2018Sat Jul 28 2018
- Buy ICC - International Champions Cup: FC Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City FC, Hard Rock Stadium Tickets for 07/28 07:05 PM ICC - International Champions Cup: FC Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City FC, Hard Rock Stadium tickets for 07/28 07:05 PM at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
- Sat Jul 28 2018
Led by the legendary Pep Guardiola, Manchester City are all set to join Europe's elite. They won the English league title last term by amassing the most points in the league's history and now the next target is to make an impact in the Champions League.
A Little History
It were the members of the St. Mark's Church of England that decided to form a soccer club, a club that was to become Manchester City FC, in the year 1880. Interestingly enough, the idea to form the soccer club was based on humanitarian grounds. There was a lot of alcoholism and gang violence in Manchester back in those days so two members of the church decided to do something about it. They came up with an idea to form a soccer club so that young men had a new activity they could participate in. Every man who wanted to join the club was welcome to become a part of it regardless, of religious beliefs.
A Rollercoaster of a Ride
Manchester City won their first piece of silverware in the year 1899 when they clinched the Second Division title. They won the prestigious FA Cup for the first time in 1904, which was their first ever major trophy.
That was followed by a long drought and it wasn't until the 1930s that the club went back to winning ways. City won their second FA Cup in the year 1934 and three years later, came the big one. In 1937, Manchester City won the English First Division Championship and were crowned Champions of England for the first time in their history. They added a Community Shield to the trophy cabinet in 1937 too.
Manchester City did not enjoy a lot of success over the next few years though as they struggled for form. Barring an FA Cup triumph in 1956, they had nothing to show for their efforts in terms of major silverware. The second half of 1960s' however saw their fortunes turn for the better. They won the First Division in 1968 for the second time and also won an FA Cup the next year. More importantly, they won their first and only European trophy to date, the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1970. City also clinched the Football League Cup in 1970 and 1976.
Down and then Up Again
Manchester City encountered tough times after that. The club was relegated twice in the 1980s alone due to bad managerial appointments and bad investments. They bounced back to the top tier of English football in 1989 but that went down once again in 1996. Worse was to come though as two seasons later they were relegated to the third tier of English football. That did not last for too long and they were promoted at the first time of asking. That was followed by another promotion the next season and City were back among the big boys once again. In 2001, however they were relegated again.
Back to the Premier League and Change of Ownership
Manchester City returned to the Premier League in 2002 and moved to their new stadium, the City of Manchester Stadium, now known as the Etihad Stadium, in 2003. In 2007, the club was bought by Thaksin Shinawatra who sold the club to the Abu Dhabi Group in 2008. City now had the financial muscle to buy the best players and reform the entire club. The first title since the takeover was the FA Cup they won in 2011.
They followed that up by winning the league in 2012. They won the League Cup and the Premier League title in 2014 and then another League Cup was won in 2016. Manchester City clinched the 2017-2018 Premier League title in 2018 by amassing 100 points, a new point record. Not only that, but they also won 32 of their 38 games and scored 106 goals in the process, both Premier League records. They also won 18 games on the bounce during the season which was a new Premier League record too.
MCFC tickets are now in demand everywhere the club goes to play. If you want to see their brand of exciting soccer live too, then go through the Manchester City ticket prices and book your tickets to see the current English Champions light up the International Champions Cup this summer.
Manchester City FC Schedule
Soccer season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Manchester City FC will be ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Borussia Dortmund, held at the Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago. As of now, the last event, ICC - International Champions Cup: FC Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City FC is scheduled for 28-Jul-18 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.
|ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Borussia Dortmund||Soldier Field Stadium||Chicago, IL||Fri Jul 20 201807/20 08:05 PM|
|ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Liverpool FC||MetLife Stadium||East Rutherford, NJ||Wed Jul 25 201807/25 08:05 PM|
|ICC - International Champions Cup: FC Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City FC||Hard Rock Stadium||Miami Gardens, FL||Sat Jul 28 201807/28 07:05 PM|
Manchester City FC Tickets Prices
The average price for Manchester City FC Tickets start from $157. The minimum get in price is $17 for Manchester City FC Tickets at the Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Borussia Dortmund||Chicago||20-Jul-18||$173||$17|
|ICC - International Champions Cup: Manchester City FC vs. Liverpool FC||East Rutherford||25-Jul-18||$224||$54|
|ICC - International Champions Cup: FC Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City FC||Miami Gardens||28-Jul-18||$157||$32|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.