Sport has the power to unite people in a way that little else can; through teamwork and tolerance. These values resonate with us at Etihad, which is just one reason why we’re so proud of our long-standing partnership with Manchester City Football Club.
Congratulations City, on your sensational treble-winning season & becoming Champions of Europe for the first time in your history.
From a dream to the Dreamliner! The Premier League title, the FA Cup, and now the triumph in Istanbul. It's an honour to fly the Champions of Europe home to Manchester.
Over these past 14 years, we're so proud to have seen you lift seven Premier League titles, six League Cups, three Community Shields, three FA Cups and now the Champions League.
First used as the venue for the 2002 Commonwealth Games, Etihad Stadium is now the homeplace of MCFC; a world-class venue with the capacity to seat 55,000 cheering fans. Man City moved from their old home at Maine Road to the state-of-the-art facility at the start of the 2003-04 season. Formerly known as the City of Manchester Stadium, the venue was renamed in July 2011 to proudly carry the Etihad title.
Etihad Stadium forms part of the wider Etihad Campus, housing the smaller Man City Academy stadium and training facility, as well as the Manchester Regional Arena.
Fly daily from Abu Dhabi to Manchester with Etihad Airways and explore one of the UK’s most vibrant cities. Stay at the best hotels near the Etihad Stadium to make sure you never miss a second of the action – on or off the pitch. Book flights and hotels with Etihad Holidays for best-price packages guaranteed.
If you’re flying in for a match, getting to Etihad Stadium is easy. It takes about half an hour to drive from the airport, either via the M60, or the M56 and Kingsway/A34. There are plenty of public transport options too. A taxi will cost about AED150, you can take bus route 219 for AED40, or you can take the train and tram for about the same cost.