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Dressing rooms, press conference room, team changing room, and a lot more to see in this immersive tour experience of Etihad Stadium. Etihad Stadium is the home of Manchester City Football Club which takes part in the Premier Football League. Etihad Stadium is also considered to be the official name of the Manchester City Stadium. People with this ticket can access areas in the stadium which are usually reserved for managers and players. On this Etihad Stadium tour, learn about the Manchester City story from the local tour guides and see where the home team warm-up area and the pitch of dreams. Discover the home of Manchester City in this Etihad Stadium tour in England. If you're a fan of football, then this stadium tour is the best thing that can happen to you. Feel the electric atmosphere of a match day of Manchester City Football Club. Book tickets for the Etihad Stadium tour today.
Etihad Stadium is a world-class venue with exceptional new amenities, filled with new technologies. There is even some striking exhibition space in the stadium that features holographic content. Etihad Stadium is called the Manchester City Stadium, as it has been the home of the special football club for a long time now. The stadium is known as the Manchester City Stadium, but due to sponsorship deals, it is now known as the Etihad Stadium. The stadium is now recognised all over the world for all it has to offer and some electric football that Manchester City Football Club now brings to the planet.
Get on the Etihad Stadium tour and see the football club come to life with a virtual Pep Guardiola in the press conference room, check the City Story using the 360-degree cinematic experience, explore the immersive tour experience with a beautiful exhibition space having holographic content, changing room, dressing room where the home team gets warmed up, players' tunnel, the Tunnel Club, the dugouts, hospitality suite, and much more.
The Manchester City Stadium has also seen big events happening, like the 2002 Commonwealth Games and the 2008 UEFA Cup Final on its premises.
Premier League Football has rarely seen a team as dominant as Manchester City today. Manchester City has taken football in England and even the world to new heights. Although all of the team's success goes to the home team itself, the atmosphere and fans at the Manchester City Stadium and even the Etihad Campus are something to relish.
Etihad Stadium has one of the best pitches in England, and the atmosphere inside speaks for itself. The dressing rooms, press room, tunnel, dugouts, and fan seating areas are all top of the line. The stadium was originally built when the city of Manchester hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games. The stadium was then extended and renovated to host football games. Manchester City came in and took on the tenancy.
Inside you will find the Mancunian (one of the two hospitality suites), the chairman's club, the press centre, the media centre, the changing room, warm-up area, the treatment table, the tunnel, and much more.
Did you know that Etihad had to fight off competition from Aabar and Ferrostaal to gain the naming rights of the stadium? Now, everyone knows the Manchester City Stadium as Etihad Stadium. Etihad Stadium was earlier called the City of Manchester Stadium. Etihad Stadium is now 20 years old, being built in 2002. You cannot consume alcohol near Etihad Stadium. You also cannot enter with alcohol inside the stadium, but alcohol in the form of beer or wine is sold inside.
Manchester City Council owns Etihad Stadium (Manchester City Stadium) today.
Check everything the City Stadium has to offer in this stadium tour with local city tour guides.
The approximate capacity of the stadium is 53,400. It is the fifth-largest in the league and tenth in the UK.
You can visit all around the year.
During match days, the stadium gates open 90 minutes before kick-off.
You are not allowed to bring any food and drinks inside the stadium. However, you can buy a range of drinks and beverages inside and around Etihad Stadium.
The address of the stadium is Etihad Stadium, Etihad Campus, Ashton New Rd, Manchester M11 3FF.
Take the M1 and M6 to reach the stadium from London if you're travelling by car.
Manchester Piccadilly is the nearest train station.
You can also travel by bus or air.
There are car parking spaces available in the Etihad Campus.
There are male and female toilets located all over the stadium.
Changing toilets, 42 accessible toilets, lifts, accessible entrances, and more are available.
The stadium is wheelchair accessible and has five accessible entrances at D, S, H, M1, and W doors.
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