How to buy Manchester City football tickets

After Pep Guardiola guided Manchester City to one of the most successful Premier League campaigns of all time last season, winning the top-flight by becoming the first team to ever reach 100 points, seriously who wouldn’t want to buy Manchester City football tickets throughout the 2018-19 season?

Despite walking the top-flight and clinching the Carabao Cup, Guardiola will definitely want to see improvement from his team on all fronts in a bid to claim the club’s first ever UEFA Champions League – and this Man City team improving is a terrifying thought.

The Cityzens were playing some of the world’s most beautiful football at parts last term and you wouldn’t bet against them doing it all again when the new campaign rolls around on August 10.

As City continue to dominate English football this term, here are the ways to claim your Manchester City football tickets over the next seven months.


I’ll have to be completely honest with you, you’re way too late to buy a season ticket for the 2018-19 season but you need to get yourself on the waiting list!

It’s unlikely Man City will be playing unattractive football this time in 2019, so the £100 deposit to get onto the list shouldn’t sway your mind – the Etihad Stadium is where you want to buy at the moment.


The obvious choice if you want to watch City in the flesh but can’t commit weekly is to buy single football tickets whenever you fancy.

If you register on the official City website, the club will notify you when tickets become available and it’s rarely sold out.


Securing your football tickets for a Premier League or European game can prove to be very difficult, especially at a top, top club like Manchester City.

Why not take in a good old-fashioned football cup fight? A number of regular match-goers tend to miss midweek fixtures which frees up a lot of space in the stands.

Similarly, a lot don’t fancy the FA Cup as temperatures plummet in January and February. You get a guaranteed pure football experience from these games, and a chance to get a glimpse of the club’s brightest young stars;

There’s also the cup atmosphere (mostly under the floodlights) which differs from the high-pressure stakes of Premier League and Champions League. 


The football tickets website actually has a partnership with Man City and is the ideal place to go if tickets are sold out on the club’s website. 

This allows members to trade their tickets with other fans without having to give away their member’s card.

Ticketbis is a Spanish company which helpfully acts as an intermediary between the Manchester City fans who have football tickets but are unable to attend and those supporters who are needing tickets but don’t have any. 

You have to be cautious though, prices can be boosted on secondary ticketing website like these but you could find yourself a steal.

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