Manchester City Football Club

Formed in 1880 by St Mark's Church, Manchester City took its current name in 1894. The club's home ground is now the magnificent Etihad Stadium, where the club moved in 2003, having previously played at Maine Road since 1923.

The club is often referred to as City and predominantly plays home matches in the now iconic pale blue jerseys.

One of the most passionate matches every season is known as the Manchester Derby, where Manchester City FC come up against rival and neighbours Manchester United.

Honours include four Premier League titles, as well as a further two league titles and six FA Cup triumphs.

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