Manchester City football tickets are growing in popularity amongst fans across the world. MCFC are one of the richest clubs in world football owned by Sheikh Mansour and the Abu Dhabi United Group since 2008.
The two-time Premier League winners and 2016 Capital One Cup holders are hopeful of another successful season under Pep Guardiola. The five-time FA Cup winners and four-time League Cup holders are having their most successful spell since the 1970’s and are rivalling their city neighbours Manchester United for some of the biggest titles in world football.
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Manchester City FC play their home matches at the Etihad Stadium, a state of the art, modern stadia that can hold 60,000 supporters. The stadium boasts some of the best views and excellent match day hospitality to watch one of the leading Premier League sides.
Ticket holders can enjoy totally unrestricted views from their seat in any of the four stands, including the away section for customers looking to book an away trip to watch their team. Private Box seats are also listed on Football Ticket Pad with a choice of premium Manchester City VIP Hospitality tickets for each match this season.
The Etihad Stadium was purpose built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games and his since undergone vast redevelopment in order to house one of England’s leading clubs. The stadium has been increased to three tiers in three of the four stands and is the centrepiece of the £200 million state-of-the-art Etihad Campus which houses the new academy and training facilities.
Whether it is match tickets in The Family Stand or MCFC VIP hospitality in the Colin Bell Stand, Football Ticket Pad is sure to have the seats for you at the Etihad Stadium this season.
Etihad Stadium Seating
The Family Stand / North Stand: This is the only section of the stadium which is still two tiered and can be found behind the goal. The North Stand has since been renamed The Family Stand and provides a popular seating area for MCFC ticket holders with children.
Football Ticket Pad has a variety of tickets available in this section in both the lower and upper tiers and they can be found listed as Shortside Lower and Shortside Upper for all matches at The Etihad Stadium. Fans can also take a walk along Joe Mercer Way upon arriving to the stadium in order to soak up the atmosphere.
Colin Bell Stand: Following the 2002 Commonwealth Games this was originally a two tier stand which has since had a third tier added due to increased ticket demand. The Colin Bell Stand is the Main Stand at the Etihad which houses the dressing rooms, tunnel and technical area.
The stand contains the Club’s main offices, the Boardroom and Mancunian Suites, media facilities. The Colin Bell Stand is also where the player entrance is located outside the stadium, allowing fans to catch a glimpse of their favourite players entering the ground on matchday.
East Stand: Similar to the Colin Bell Stand, the East Stand has been transformed into a three tier construction in order to house more MCFC supporters. These Longside Lower and Longside Upper tickets offer fantastic unrestricted views and also houses extensive corporate facilities such as the Citizens Suites and 93:20.
South Stand: This is where the most vocal MCFC supporters sit with a designated singing section in blocks: 111, 114 and 115-119. There is plenty of atmosphere in this section of the Etihad and it is where the away fans are housed behind the goal. Away section tickets can be bought for each game in the Premier League with fans being dedicated all three tiers in Block L. The South Stand also hosts the Legends Lounge for fans interested in securing more premium seats.
Manchester City Ticket Types
Season/Members Cards: These are reserved seats which are available for every single home match at The Etihad Stadium. Football Ticket Pad has a large number of Season/Members Card seats available in what is totally safe and stress-free for customers. ticket type. Ticket holders will receive these their Season/Members Card before the game away from the stadium before returning them afterwards in a pre-paid envelope.
E-tickets: Manchester City tickets also carry an e-ticket option but this is only applicable for customers purchasing MUFC hospitality tickets. E-tickets are sent out as an email once payment confirmation is confirmed and customers can then scan the email barcode on entry to the stadium to gain access. Football Ticket Pad has a limited number of MCFC VIP hospitality tickets available in seats which offer optimum views located between the first and second tiers.
Paper tickets: This is the more traditional way of receiving your Manchester United tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment. Customers receive their MCFC match tickets 3-4 days prior to the fixture and they will be notified by email once their tickets have been dispatched. MCFC ticket holders can then gain entry to the stadium with their paper ticket on arrival to their turnstile.
Man City: Last Season
Manchester City sneaked into the top four last season on goal difference ahead of their city rivals Manchester United in Manuel Pellegrini’s final season in charge. The Citizens may not have mounted a title challenge but they did clinch silverware in February by claiming the Capital One Cup, beating Liverpool on penalties in the final at Wembley to clinch their fifth trophy in six seasons.
Vincent Kompany was a major casualty for most parts of the season with a string of injury problems which dented their domestic hopes. However the goals from Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne allowed City to assert a memorable Champions League journey which took them to the semi-final before being eliminated by eventual winners, Real Madrid. The latter was a particular star man for Man City with 16 goals and a heap of assists.
In the Premier League, City struggled against the top sides and suffered heavy defeats to Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester City and Manchester United, which ultimately cost them a higher finish in the table.