In 1880, St Mark’s Church established Manchester City FC which moved to Hyde Road 7 years later and was renamed Ardwick FC to reflect its new location. After experiencing financial difficulties, the club was reformed as Manchester City FC after the 1893/94 campaign.
• Premier League 2012
• First tier champions: 1968, 1937
• Second tier champions: 2002, 1966, 1947, 1928, 1910, 1903, 1899
• Third tier play off: 1999
• FA Cup: 2011, 1969, 1956, 1934, 1904,
• League Cup: 1976, 1970
• Charity Shield: 1972, 1968, 1937
• European Cup Winners Cup: 1970
• FA Youth Cup: 2008, 1986
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Manchester, in England's North Country, is one of Britain's coolest cities. This once industrial city has reinvented itself as a truly contemporary metropolis, with modern landmark buildings such as the Lowry Centre, a thriving art and culture scene, and world-class sport. It's often cited as the world's first industrialised city, and elements of Manchester's industrial past can be found as you travel throughout the city. It's this dramatic mix of old and new that gives Manchester its unique character.
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