Manchester City FC to open hospitality area

Manchester City FC is to open a re-vamped hospitality area in the Etihad Stadium for the 2013/2014 season.

Manchester City FC's hospitality area (cgi)
Manchester City FC's hospitality area (cgi)

The club's Citizens suite, on level two on the halfway line directly opposite the Players’ Tunnel and tactical area, is currently being refurbished.

Four new entertaining rooms situated at the back of the space will be available for exclusive hire. The ‘Back Four’ will give members a private box experience.

A new restaurant and bar will seat up to 328 guests in described as a comfortable space with food and service will be overseen by the Club’s new catering partner, Fabulous Fan Fayre – a collaboration between Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts and Legends Hospitality. 

Justice Ellis, marketing manager at Manchester City Football Club, said: "Manchester City is dedicated to redefining the football experience, and Citizens is just one example of how we are improving matchdays for our fans.

"We wanted to create a space where fans new and old can relax and enjoy watching world class football, while getting a premium level of service in a welcoming, comfortable and unpretentious space."


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