Manchester City v Arsenal

Manchester City v Arsenal

Etihad Stadium - the home of Manchester City

Available to 26 April 2023

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Watch Manchester City v Arsenal live at the Etihad.

Admissions to the 93:20 Lounge provides you with executive middle-tier padded seats (located in Blocks 209/210/220/221) and a complimentary match programme. You can access the lounge 2.5 hours prior to the match and can stay up to an hour post match. Cash bar and food outlets available.

Admissions to the Citizens Lounge offers you executive padded seats (along the half-way line - Block 206), a three-course carvery meal, complimentary beer, wine, and soft drinks, a matchday programme, compere entertainment, and VIP parking. You can access the lounge 2.5 hours prior to the match and can stay up to an hour post match.

Admissions to the Kits Sports Bar provides you with executive middle-tier padded seats (located in Block 202), complimentary soft drinks and hot drinks, one complimentary half-time beer and a complimentary match programme. You can access the Kits Sports Bar 1.5 hours prior to the match and can stay up to an hour post match. Cash bar and food outlets available.

Admissions to the Citizens Back Four Hospitality package offers you executive padded seats (along the half-way line - Block 205), private booth seating, a three-course carvery meal, complimentary beer, wine, and soft drinks, a matchday programme, compere entertainment, and VIP parking. You can access the lounge 2.5 hours prior to the match and can stay up to an hour post match.

 

Sport City Visitors Centre Ashton New Road,
Greater Manchester M11 4ZZ
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