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EDS First Home Game Free For Fan's At Etihad

The Etihad stadium is opening its turnstiles on Friday night to any fan wanting to catch a glimpse of City's star's of the future.

EDS Coach Lombardo told the club's official website;

'It will be a great experience for them and an important one for me too as I`ve never sat on the bench there as a manager before,' and

"Obviously the stadium won`t be full with 46,000 people like a first team game but it`s still an important step for them.'

Your questions answered

Is the game ticked?

No it's completely free; fans are asked to enter from entrances P and Y on the west side of the stadium.

Where can I park?

The North car park will be open and is free parking.

Can I buy alcohol?

Alcohol will not be available to purchase at the game but oher refreshments will be available to purchase inside the stadium.

Who are they playing?

Middlesbrough, kick off is at 19.00 but doors will open at 18.00.

What more could you ask for on a Friday night in Manchester? Free Football, Free parking and the chance to watch City's furture Champions light up the Etihad. So why not bring the family and show our future star's your support.




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Writer: Kev Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 21 2012

Time: 11:49AM

Your Comments

Brilliant, another first?
buzz lightyear
Terrific initiative!
Johnny Baguette
Guys, I think all of these U/21 matches will be free entry. Most will be played at Ewen Fields, Hyde FC but they must play at least 2 at the Etihad. The beauty is that because the U/21s now have a properly structured league not too many of them have gone out on loan so you will see them.
pedmachine
 

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