Etihad Stadium – Hospitality & VIP Tickets

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Eventmasters are delighted to offer a wide range of Corporate Hospitality Packages & VIP tickets at Etihad Stadium for major sporting events in 2023/24.

Etihad Stadium is the tenth-largest football stadium in the UK with a capacity of 55,097.

Initially named the City of Manchester Stadium, the venue was originally built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games. During summer 2003, Manchester City moved from Main Road to Etihad Stadium.

Fans can look forward to a matchday experience like no other with VIP and hospitality tickets for the Premier League, UEFA Super Cup and other exciting events with Eventmasters at Etihad Stadium.

For all the latest news and updates from Etihad Stadium, be sure to follow our Etihad Stadium page.

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Etihad Stadium Hospitality

Eventmasters are delighted to offer first class hospitality at the Etihad Stadium. Click the hospitality button below for further information.

Man City

Come and enjoy the 2023/24 Premier League fixtures at the Etihad Stadium during this summers football season with our luxurious Manchester City Hospitality Packages. From VIP seating to panoramic views of the stadium, what more could you ask for?

Your important guests and clients will be treated to a VIP Manchester City Hospitality experience, combined with outstanding seats to watch the Sky Blues’ in action. Because of course… You as privileged guests deserve the treatment, whether that be a drink in the Commonwealth Bar or a VIP seat in The Tunnel Club, you deserve it.

Etihad Stadium – Upcoming Fixtures

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More About Etihad Stadium:

History of the Stadium

Plans for the stadium first began in 1989, with a view to hosting the 1996 summer Olympics. Due to issues with funding, the foundation stone was not laid until 1999 and laid by none other than Tony Blair.

After the Commonwealth Games in 2002, work was undertaken to convert the venue from an athletics ground to a football stadium with Man City able to move in during summer 2003. Further developments took place over the years in order to expand the stadium.

The first game was played in August 2003 against Barcelona where Man City claimed a 2-1 victory.

Manchester City hold a record of home games being held! The football club allowed 84,569 fans to attend their match against Stoke City in 1984. In addition to this, did you know that Manchester City holds the record for the fewest goals scored at home in a Premier League season? The football club only scored 10 goals during the 2006/07 season.

Facility and structure

The Etihad stadium consists of four different stands, these consist of The Family Stand (North), The East Stand, The South Stand and the Colin Bell Stand (South). Similar to the Emirates stadium, the Etihad stadium has a modern ‘bowl’ shape design. This, therefore, means that each stand has two tiers and is connected the whole way round. there is also one additional tier along two sides of the stadium which allowed guests to take a look at the outstanding views.

Other Events

In addition to sport, Etihad Stadium has hosted many concerts. Acts include everyone from Red Hot Chilli Peppers to Taylor Swift! During 2021, Ethihad hosted Soccer Aid! – The worlds biggest celebrity charity football match, see Olly Murs and Usain Bolt play against your favourite celebrities and football legends.

Upcoming events at the Etihad Stadium are never-ending! From summer shred boot camps, an NHS 10k walk/race, The Tough Mudder racecourse, an evening with Micheal Mcintyre and many upcoming Premier League fixtures!

Don’t miss any of the action which takes place at the Etihad Stadium, enjoy the 2023/24 Premier League season in style today with Eventmasters hospitality packages.

Corporate Hospitality

If you fancy experiencing this amazing stadium in style, visit our Manchester City Hospitality page now to view our incredible hospitality packages. Or why not choose an alternative football hospitality package with Eventmasters today?

Travelling to Etihad Stadium

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How do I get to Etihad Stadium by car?

Congestion can be a problem on matchdays, so allow more time for your journey. Congestion can build up on the following roads, particularly before kick-off: Alan Turing Way, Hyde Road and Mancunian Way.

From Alan Turing Way: Head north on Alan Turing Way/A6010 towards Gibbon Street before turning left onto Gibbon Street, where you will arrive just outside of the stadium, where a  car park can be found.

From Hyde Road: Head southeast on Hyde Road/A57 before turning left onto Glencastle Road/B6178. After that, you will need to turn right onto Harvard Road before turning right again onto Hyde Road/A57 before going onto Pottery Lane/A6010. Finally, turn left onto Ashton New Road/A662 and then right onto Rowsley Street.

From Mancunian Way: Head east on A57 (M) before continuing onto Mancunian Way/Ring Road/A635. Then, you will need to take a slight left onto Great Ancoats Street/Ring Road/A665 before turning right onto Every Street before going right again for Merrill Street/A662 after 0.4 miles. Finally, turn left onto Rowsley Street.

How do I get to Etihad Stadium by bus?

There are several bus services available to get you to the Etihad Stadium. Along Ashton New Road (2 minute walk away), there are three services: 216, 230 and 231. On Alan Turing Way (a 2-minute walk away), you have the 53, whilst on Ashton Old Road (a 15-minute walk away), the 219 is available.

Along Oldham Road (20-minute walk away), you will find the following bus services: the 83, 84, 181 and 182. Finally, the 201 and 203 bus services are available along Hyde Road (a 35-minute walk away).

How do I get to Etihad Stadium by Metro link?

From the Manchester Picadilly Station, you are strongly advised to take the service to the Etihad Campus Stop. This journey can take between 10 and 12 minutes. Contactless payment is accepted.

Etihad Stadium FAQs

Car Parking at the Etihad Stadium must be pre-booked on a match-by-match basis. As for accessible parking, this is available on a first-come, first-served basis. This will need to be booked online, or you can contact the Access team.

Five accessible entrances are available at D, H, M1, S and W doors and lifts to levels 2 and 3 are available at all of these entrances. There are 42 wheelchair-accessible toilets with RADAR locks.

No cash is accepted anywhere in the Etihad Stadium, with the whole ground using cashless payment.

The dress code is smart casual. You are NOT allowed to wear tracksuits, shorts, trainers, football shirts, ripped or bleached jeans, and you are also not allowed to wear sportswear and caps as well. This dress code does not apply to children under the age of 12, although smart clothing is preferred.

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