After Manchester City’s exciting 2020/21 season, the Sky Blues will begin to prepare for next season. The Sky Blues will attempt to retain the English Premier League trophy and EFL “Carabao” Cup. They will also aim to win the FA Cup and UEFA Champions League trophies, as they fell short during the previous season.
As Manchester City take on these difficult tasks, what better way is there to celebrate the club’s success than by becoming a member of one of City’s Official Supporters Clubs? The Sky Blues have over 300 branches worldwide, and this gives fans an opportunity to meet other individuals in the cities in which they reside. An interactive map of the various branches, as well as their social media pages, can be found on the Manchester City website.
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There are many benefits to joining one of these Supporters Clubs. Fans will receive a variety of exclusive memorabilia from Manchester City. They are given access to home and away ticket allocation, something that many international fans outside of England will cherish. Fans are also kept informed about their club’s affairs by receiving a monthly newsletter, and these groups host weekly outings so that the fans can gather and watch football matches together.
Overall, becoming a member of an Official Manchester City Supporters Club allows for fans around the world to connect with their club and their city. Many long-lasting friendships have been developed as a result of these groups, and it allows for fans to get exclusive insights into their club.
On a related note, Man City Square will continue its exclusive “We’re Not Really Here” article series by interviewing various Man City Supporter Groups throughout the United States. Man City Square is interested in learning more about City fans, their love for the club, and other facts about these Official Supporters Clubs.
Interested in participating in Man City Square’s “We’re Not Really Here” (WNRH) article series? Please contact contributor Mark Temnycky on Twitter at @mtemnycky.