ETHIAD STADIIUM HOSPITALITY

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OFFICIAL HOSPITALITY AT THE ETHIAD STADIUM

Also known as the City of Manchester Stadium, the Etihad is a multi-purpose sports stadium which is best known for being the home of Manchester City Football Club. Originally built to host the athletics events of the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games, the Etihad was converted to better suit the hosting of football after the end of that event.

Now holding a maximum capacity of 55,097, the stadium is the eighth largest in the UK and has hosted major rugby league and rugby union matches and a world title boxing bout, alongside its regular diet of top flight football action.

One of the newer generation of football stadia, The Etihad is incredibly well-appointed and includes features such as state of the art under-pitch heating, six themed restaurants and a multitude of plush hospitality boxes.

It is there that you can enjoy one of the number of varying Manchester City hospitality packages which Keith Prowse offer. Those football hospitality packages include options for Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and other top-level competitions and are an ideal way to entertain and impress corporate guests.

 

Please note that advertised hospitality prices are subject to change. Enquire to find out more.

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