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Pep Guardiola

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Established
1880 (141 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Etihad Stadium
(62,000 Capacity)

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Location
Etihad Campus, Manchester

Nicknames
City, Cityzens, The Citizens, The Sky Blues

League
English Premier League

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sangnv: 19/Jan/21
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21 Apr 21 Aston Villa  1 - 2  Man City
17 Apr 21 Chelsea  1 - 0  Man City
14 Apr 21 Dortmund  1 - 2  Man City
10 Apr 21 Man City  1 - 2  Leeds
06 Apr 21 Man City  2 - 1  Dortmund

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Manchester City Football Club is an English football club based in Manchester that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Founded in 1880 as St. Mark's (West Gorton), it became Ardwick Association Football Club in 1887 and Manchester City in 1894. The club's home ground is the City of Manchester Stadium in east Manchester, to which it moved in 2003, having played at Maine Road since 1923.

Manchester City entered the Football League in 1899, and won their first major honour with the FA Cup in 1904. It had its first major period of success in the late 1960s, winning the League, FA Cup and League Cup under the management of Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison. After losing the 1981 FA Cup Final, the club went through a period of decline, which eventually saw them relegated as far down as third tier of English football by the end of the 1997–98 season. They since regained promotion to the top tier in 2001–02 and have remained a fixture in the Premier League since 2002–03. In 2008, Manchester City was purchased by Abu Dhabi United Group for £210 million and received considerable financial investment.

The club have won six domestic league titles. Under the management of Pep Guardiola they won the Premier League in 2018 becoming the only Premier League team to attain 100 points in a single season. In 2019, they won four trophies, completing an unprecedented sweep of all domestic trophies in England and becoming the first English men's team to win the domestic treble. Manchester City's revenue was the fifth highest of a football club in the world in the 2018–19 season at €568.4 million. 2019, Forbes estimated the club was the fifth most valuable in the world at $2.69 billion, however the sale of a 10% stake in the club's parent company City Football Group on 27 November 2019 for $500 million values them significantly higher.

Team Members
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Wilfredo
Caballero
#13


Wilfried
Bony



Ruben
Sobrino
#23


Pablo
Zabaleta
#5


Florian
Lejeune
#22


Kelechi
Iheanacho
#14



Fernando
#25



Nolito
#3


Gael
Clichy



Aleksandar
Kolarov
#11


Ian
Lawlor



Stevan
Jovetic



Yaya
Toure



Pablo
Maffeo



Angus
Gunn
#28


Joe
Hart
#12


Edin
Dzeko
#9



Angelino
#3


Samir
Nasri



Jesus
Navas
#16


Fabian
Delph
#8


George
Glendon



Eliaquim
Mangala
#4


Kean
Bryan
#17


Enes
Unal
#9


Sergio
Aguero
#10


Jadon
Sancho
#7


Jason
Denayer
#5


Martin
Demichelis



Brahim
Díaz
#21


Tosin
Adarabioyo
#16


Pablo
Marí
#22


Leroy
Sane
#10


David
Silva
#21


Claudio
Bravo



Anthony
Caceres
#17


Matthew
Smith
#14


Aaron
Mooy



Geronimo
Rulli
#13


Godsway
Donyoh
#23


Nicolas
Otamendi
#30


Isaac
Buckley-Ricketts



Bacary
Sagna



Joe
Hilton



George
Evans


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Stadium or Home

The City of Manchester Stadium in Manchester, England, currently known as the Etihad Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is the home of Manchester City and, with a domestic football capacity of 55,097, the sixth-largest in the Premier League and tenth-largest in the United Kingdom.

Built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the stadium has since staged the 2008 UEFA Cup Final, England football internationals, rugby league matches, a boxing world title fight, the England rugby union team's last match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup and summer music concerts during the football off-season.

The stadium, originally proposed as an athletics arena in Manchester's bid for the 2000 Summer Olympics, was converted after the 2002 Commonwealth Games from a 38,000 capacity arena to a 48,000 seat football stadium at a cost to the city council of £22 million and to Manchester City of £20 million. Manchester City F.C. agreed to lease the stadium from Manchester City Council and moved there from Maine Road in the summer of 2003.

The stadium was built by Laing Construction at a cost of £112 million and was designed and engineered by ArupSport, whose design incorporated a cable-stayed roof structure which is separated from the main stadium bowl and suspended entirely by twelve exterior masts and attached cables. The stadium design has received much praise and many accolades, including an award from the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2004 for its innovative inclusive building design and a special award in 2003 from the Institution of Structural Engineers for its unique structural design.

In August 2015, a 7,000 seat third tier on the South Stand was completed, in time for the start of the 2015–16 football season. The expansion was designed to be in keeping with the existing roof design.

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