ENJOY MANCHESTER CITY’S HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR STADIUM AND CLUB TOUR!

Treat the kids to something truly spooktacular this half-term as Manchester City Football Club open the doors to the ghouls of football past with the introduction of a brand new Halloween-themed Spooky City Stadium Tour. Launching on 24th October to coincide with half-term, children and parents are invited to come along to the

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Launching on 24th October to coincide with half-term, children and parents are invited to come along to the award-winning Etihad Stadium & Club Tour – if they dare – in their scariest fancy dress outfits for the chance to win a special treat for best dressed monster of the tour. Visitors will be scouring the stadium for spooky objects, where you’ll be asked to keep your eyes peeled on an exciting Halloween hunt. As well as taking part in a football trick or treat competition where guests will get the chance to show off their best football tricks for the chance to win a special City ‘treat’. Those feeling brave on the tour can dive hands first into Manchester City’s ghastly bucket challenge where nerves will be tested to feel your way through a scary mess of Halloween

Visitors will be scouring the stadium for spooky objects, where you’ll be asked to keep your eyes peeled on an exciting Halloween hunt. As well as taking part in a football trick or treat competition where guests will get the chance to show off their best football tricks for the chance to win a special City ‘treat’. Those feeling brave on the tour can dive hands first into Manchester City’s ghastly bucket challenge where nerves will be tested to feel your way through a scary mess of Halloween

Those feeling brave on the tour can dive hands first into Manchester City’s ghastly bucket challenge where nerves will be tested to feel your way through a scary mess of Halloween gunge to identify mystery themed objects. If you hold your nerve and complete all of the Halloween games you will be entered into a prize draw to win a family (2 adults and 2 juniors) ticket to City vs Middlesbrough on Saturday 5th November in the 93:20 bar. All this alongside exclusive access to areas of the Etihad Stadium usually restricted to players and staff, including the team dressing room, the official press conference room where you can sit in Pep Guardiola’s seat, exactly as seen on TV. From here guests emerge pitchside through the players’ tunnel before taking their seats in the dugout and dreaming of the moment they’re called upon to wear the famous sky blue jersey. It’s not all

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If you hold your nerve and complete all of the Halloween games you will be entered into a prize draw to win a family (2 adults and 2 juniors) ticket to City vs Middlesbrough on Saturday 5th November in the 93:20 bar. All this alongside exclusive access to areas of the Etihad Stadium usually restricted to players and staff, including the team dressing room, the official press conference room where you can sit in Pep Guardiola’s seat, exactly as seen on TV. From here guests emerge pitchside through the players’ tunnel before taking their seats in the dugout and dreaming of the moment they’re called upon to wear the famous sky blue jersey. It’s not all

All this alongside exclusive access to areas of the Etihad Stadium usually restricted to players and staff, including the team dressing room, the official press conference room where you can sit in Pep Guardiola’s seat, exactly as seen on TV. From here guests emerge pitchside through the players’ tunnel before taking their seats in the dugout and dreaming of the moment they’re called upon to wear the famous sky blue jersey. It’s not all

From here guests emerge pitchside through the players’ tunnel before taking their seats in the dugout and dreaming of the moment they’re called upon to wear the famous sky blue jersey. It’s not all terror though, forget your fears with a chance to meet a friendly face on your tour where the famous fan favourite Club mascot will be on hand for photos and fun. Tickets for the tour will cost £17 per adult, £11 per child aged 5-16 and £12 for concessions and will run from 24th – 30th October (excluding 29th)

Tickets for the tour will cost £17 per adult, £11 per child aged 5-16 and £12 for concessions and will run from 24th – 30th October (excluding 29th)

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