Football in Manchester

Manchester City Football Club at The Etihad

The City of Manchester Stadium also known as the Etihad Stadium is the home ground of Manchester City FC and is the fifth-largest stadium in the Premier League and the twelfth-largest in the United Kingdom, with a seating capacity of 47,805.

The stadium was originally constructed for use the during the 2002 Common Wealth games. After the games the stadium became home to Manchester City FC who moved here from there Maine Road grounds during the summer of 2003.
Etihad Stadium is located 25 minutes from Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport and is also easily accessible by public transport.

The club was purchased in 2008 by Abu Dhabi United Group and became one of the wealthiest in the world as a result.

Manchester is a city with a massive footballing history and tradition with great value offers and only a short traveling distance from Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport is the ideal location when traveling to a Manchester City match or to take the stadiums guided tours.

Stadium & Club Tours

Etihad Stadium is not just a must see on game day, like there great rivals they too have a must see stadium tour on offer on non game days.

Explore the heritage through the unique memorabilia and interactive self-guided displays, reliving the greatest moments and discovering what makes Manchester City FC the Club that it is today.