Manchester City fans in the UAE have a golden opportunity to see the club’s silverware up close as the English Premier League club’s ‘Treble Trophy tour’ comes to Abu Dhabi.
City fans will get a chance to see all three trophies that the club won in its historic treble-winning season of 2022-23 this weekend.
Manchester City made footballing history as it became only the second English club to win three trophies in one seasons – a treble – the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.
Manchester City’s Treble Trophy tour
The Treble Trophy tour is travelling to the UAE. The tour will give a chance for fans in the region to see the cups and have their photos taken with the silverware.
The Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League trophies will be joined by Manchester City’s newest trophy, the Super Cup,in Le Louvre Park from 05:30 pm on Sunday, October 8. Former City defender Joleon Lescott and club mascots Moonchester and Moonbeam will also be in attendance, and fans will have chance to win signed merchandise.
Fans are also invited to experience the Treble Parade.
The parade will be followed by a match screening for the Manchester City vs Arsenal game, which kicks off at 07:30 pm local time.
Entry will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
A global tour
The club has undertaken its their biggest trip to date which began in Manchester, before heading to Japan and Korea as part of City’s pre-season tour of Asia.
The trophies will also be paraded in Greece, China, India, Australia, the UAE, Norway, Argentina, the US and Brazil with more destinations still to be announced, as per a statement on the club’s website.
Nuria Tarre, chief marketing officer at City Football Group, said last season was “an historic and unprecedented year for Manchester City, with many special moments and memories made for the club and our fans. “Celebrating our success with our fans has always been of huge importance for Manchester City but even more so as we look to continue to recognise the unique achievements and success we have enjoyed over the last year.
“By bringing the trophies to more global destinations than ever before, as well as offering fans the opportunity to have more access to see the trophies up close in Manchester we hope many people can relive the amazing moments we have all experienced together.”