TRIP Etihad Stadium is a football stadium located in the city of Manchester, home ground of English Premier League club Manchester City. The stadium’s seating capacity was recently expanded in 2015 to 55,097 making it the tenth largest in the United Kingdom.

TAP Originally built as part of Manchester’s hosting of the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the stadium is now primarily used for football. The stadium has occasionally hosted a variety of other sports and is also a popular concert venue for both local and international musicians. The stadium has been expertly designed; spacious internal and external areas make it easy for visitors to move between their seats and the stadiums wide range of amenities (food, drink and merchandise).

The match day fan experience is one of the best experienced by Trip Tap Go. Visitors that arrive early to matches are treated to live entertainment in the dedicated fan zone: City Square. The Family Stand hosts a number of activities sure to entertain families, whilst outside the Colin Bell Stand; visitors can catch a glimpse of some of the Premier League’s top players during the home team’s arrival. If your visit doesn’t coincide with a match day, the stadium tour is a great way to catch a behind the scenes look of Etihad Stadium and Manchester City.

GO Tickets for matches and tours at Etihad Stadium can be purchased directly through the clubs official website. Tickets for most matches go on sale well in advance of match days so we recommend planning ahead to ensure you don’t miss out. Etihad Stadium is easily accessible via Manchester’s Metrolink tram network (Etihad Campus station). Check out Transport for Greater Manchester’s official website for route maps, fares and other useful information.

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