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They since regained promotion to the top tier in —02 and have remained a fixture in the Premier League since — In , they won four trophies , completing an unprecedented sweep of all domestic trophies in England and becoming the first English men's team to win the domestic treble.
City gained their first honours by winning the Second Division in ; with it came promotion to the highest level in English football, the First Division.
They went on to claim their first major honour on 23 April , beating Bolton Wanderers 1—0 at Crystal Palace to win the FA Cup ; City narrowly missed out on a League and Cup double that season after finishing runners-up in the League but City became the first club in Manchester to win a major honour.
The final , in which Manchester City beat Birmingham City 3—1, saw City goalkeeper Bert Trautmann continuing to play on after unknowingly breaking his neck.
After being relegated to the Second Division in , the future looked bleak with a record low home attendance of 8, against Swindon Town in January The club continued to challenge for honours throughout the s, finishing one point behind the league champions on two occasions and reaching the final of the League Cup.
Former United player Denis Law scored with a backheel to give City a 1—0 win at Old Trafford and confirm the relegation of their rivals.
A long period of decline followed the success of the s and s. Malcolm Allison rejoined the club to become manager for the second time in , but squandered large sums of money on several unsuccessful signings, such as Steve Daley.
The club were twice relegated from the top flight in the s in and , but returned to the top flight again in and finished fifth in and under the management of Peter Reid.
City were co-founders of the Premier League upon its creation in , but after finishing ninth in its first season they endured three seasons of struggle before being relegated in After two seasons in Division One, City fell to the lowest point in their history, becoming the second ever European trophy winners to be relegated to their country's third league tier, after 1.
FC Magdeburg of Germany. After relegation, the club underwent off-the-field upheaval, with new chairman David Bernstein introducing greater fiscal discipline.
A second successive promotion saw City return to the top division, but this proved to have been a step too far for the recovering club, and in City were relegated once more.
Kevin Keegan replaced Royle as manager in the close season, and achieved an immediate return to the top division as the club won the —02 Division One championship, breaking club records for the number of points gained and goals scored in a season in the process.
In the close season, the club moved to the new City of Manchester Stadium. The first four seasons at the stadium all resulted in mid-table finishes.
Former England manager Sven-Göran Eriksson became the club's first manager from overseas when appointed in By , the club was in a financially precarious position.
Thaksin Shinawatra had taken control of the club the year before, but his political travails saw his assets frozen. Continued investment in players followed in successive seasons, and results began to match the upturn in player quality.
City reached the FA Cup Final , their first major final in over 30 years, after defeating derby rivals Manchester United in the semi-final,  the first time they had knocked their rival out of a cup competition since They defeated Stoke City 1—0 in the final, securing their fifth FA Cup, the club's first major trophy since winning the League Cup.
Strong performances continued to follow in the —12 season, with the club beginning the following season in commanding form, including beating Tottenham 5—1 at White Hart Lane and humbling Manchester United by a 6—1 scoreline in United's own stadium.
Although the strong form waned halfway through the season, and City at one point fell eight points behind their arch rivals with only six games left to play, a slump by United allowed the blue side of Manchester to draw back level with two games to go, setting up a thrilling finale to the season with both teams going into the last day equal on points.
Despite City only needing a home win against a team in the relegation zone, they fell a goal behind by the end of normal time, leading some of United's players to finish their game celebrating in the belief that they had won the league.
Two goals in injury time — including one scored almost five minutes after normal time had elapsed — resulted in an almost-literal last-minute title victory, City's first in 44 years, and became only the fifth team to win the Premier League since its creation in In the aftermath that followed, the event was described by media sources from the UK and around the world as the greatest moment in Premier League history.
The following season City failed to capitalise on the gains made in the first two full seasons of Mancini's reign. While City rarely seemed likely to drop below second in the table, they posed little title challenge all season.
In the Champions League, the club was eliminated at the group stage for a second successive season, while a second FA Cup final in three seasons ended in a 1—0 defeat to relegated Wigan Athletic.
In Pellegrini's first season, City won the League Cup  and regained the Premier League title on the last day of the season.
Pellegrini's reign was ended despite a further League Cup win; and the club's best ever finish in the Champions League.
Pep Guardiola , former manager of Barcelona and Bayern Munich , is the current manager, who has been in charge since the dismissal of Pellegrini in Guardiola then guided the club in —19 to retain their Premier League and EFL Cup titles; the first time in Manchester City's history that the club had completed any successful title defence.
The team then went on to also win the FA Cup and so complete an unprecedented treble of English domestic men's titles. However, CAS fined the club 10 million euros for failing to produce significant amounts of evidence to UEFA in an obstruction of the investigation.
Manchester City's home colours are sky blue and white. Traditional away kit colours have been either maroon or from the s red and black; however, in recent years several colours have been used.
The origins of the club's home colours are unclear, but there is evidence that the club has worn blue since or earlier. Marks originally played in scarlet and black, and reports dating from describe the team wearing black jerseys bearing a white cross, showing the club's origins as a church side.
Milan would inspire City to glory. City have previously worn three other badges on their shirts, prior to their current badge which was implemented in The first, introduced in , was based on designs which had been used on official club documentation since the mids.
It consisted of a circular badge which used the same shield as the current badge, inside a circle bearing the name of the club. In , this was replaced by a variation which replaced the lower half of the shield with the red rose of Lancashire.
On occasions when Manchester City played in a major cup final, the club wore shirts bearing a badge of the arms of the City of Manchester , as a symbol of pride in representing the city at a major event.
This practice originated from a time when the players' shirts did not normally bear a badge of any kind. A new club badge was adopted in , as a result of the previous badge being ineligible for registration as a trademark.
This badge was based on the arms of the city of Manchester , and consisted of a shield in front of a golden eagle. The eagle is an old heraldic symbol of the city of Manchester; a golden eagle was added to the city's badge in but has since been removed , representing the growing aviation industry.
The shield features a ship on its upper half representing the Manchester Ship Canal , and three diagonal stripes in the lower half symbolise the city's three rivers — the Irwell , the Irk and the Medlock.
The bottom of the badge bears the motto " Superbia in Proelio ", which translates as "Pride in Battle" in Latin. Above the eagle and shield are three stars, which are purely decorative.
On 15 October , following years of criticism from the fans over the design of the badge,  the club announced they intended to carry out a fan consultation on whether to disregard the club badge and institute a new design.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The following players have previously made a league or cup appearance for Manchester City and are currently on loan at other teams: Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Since , Manchester City have not issued the squad number Source:     . Hall of Fame , and are listed according to the year of their induction:.
Last updated: 11 November Source: About the Football Hall of Fame. Last updated: 30 March The following former Manchester City players are inductees in the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame and are listed according to the year of their induction:.
Since moving to the City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester City's average attendances have been in the top six in England,  usually in excess of 40, Even in the late s, when the club were relegated twice in three seasons and playing in the third tier of English football then Division Two, now Football League One , home attendances were in the region of 30,, compared to an average for the division of fewer than 8, Manchester City's officially recognised supporters club is the Manchester City F.
City supporters tend to believe that unpredictability is an inherent trait of their team, and label unexpected results "typical City".
Manchester City's biggest rivalry is with neighbours Manchester United , against whom they contest the Manchester derby.
Before the Second World War, when travel to away games was rare, many Mancunian football fans regularly watched both teams even if considering themselves "supporters" of only one.
This practice continued into the early s but as travel became easier, and the cost of entry to matches rose, watching both teams became unusual and the rivalry intensified.
A common stereotype is that City fans come from Manchester proper, while United fans come from elsewhere. The report noted that since the compiling of data in , the number of both City and United season ticket holders had risen; expansion of United's ground and City's move to the City of Manchester Stadium have caused season ticket sales to increase further.
Over the last few years, Man City has also developed a notable rivalry with Liverpool FC  , which is now often considered to be one of the biggest rivalries in association football.
In a survey, City fans answered that Liverpool, not Manchester United, are the club's biggest rivals,  although compared to the Manchester derby, the rivalry has little to no historical significance.
In the late s, City fans started a craze of bringing inflatable objects to matches, primarily oversized bananas. One disputed explanation for the craze is that in a match against West Bromwich Albion chants from fans calling for the introduction of Imre Varadi as a substitute mutated into "Imre Banana".
Terraces packed with inflatable-waving supporters became a frequent sight in the —89 season as the craze spread to other clubs inflatable fish were seen at Grimsby Town , with the phenomenon reaching a peak at City's match at Stoke City on 26 December , a match declared by fanzines as a fancy dress party.
The holding company of Manchester City F. UKSIL then made a formal offer to buy the shares held by several thousand small shareholders. Thaksin Shinawatra became chairman of the club and two of Thaksin's children, Pintongta and Oak Chinnawat also became directors.
Former chairman John Wardle stayed on the board for a year, but resigned in July following Nike executive Garry Cook's appointment as executive chairman in May.
A year later, this investment was itself dwarfed by larger sums. Created in the —14 season to manage the global footballing interests of Abu Dhabi United Group, the City Football Group CFG is an umbrella corporation owning stakes in a network of global clubs for the purposes of resource sharing, academy networking and marketing.
Through the City Football Group, City owns stakes in a number of clubs:. It has been City's home since the end of the —03 season, when the club moved from Maine Road.
The pitch was lowered, adding another tier of seating around it, and a new North Stand built. Current capacity stands at 55, A North Stand third tier has planning approval and work on it is expected to begin by , increasing capacity to around 61, After playing home matches at five stadiums between and , the club settled at Hyde Road Football Stadium , its home for 36 years.
Maine Road, nicknamed the "Wembley of the North" by its designers, hosted the largest-ever crowd at an English club ground when 84, attended an FA Cup tie against Stoke City on 3 March The stadium was renamed the Etihad Stadium in Based on trophy count, Manchester City are one of the most successful teams in England — their twenty-six major domestic and European honours make them tied for fifth with Tottenham Hotspur F.
The club's first major trophy was the FA Cup ,  though they had previously won three Manchester Cups before that point. They reached the semi-final of the Champions League once, in Manchester City jointly hold the record for most second division titles with Leicester City , both clubs having won the league on seven occasions.
In late , allegations of sexual abuse of young players at Manchester City were made due to the club's association with Barry Bennell also at Crewe Alexandra and previously convicted of sexual abuse offences in the UK and US  and about another coach  later named as Frank Roper at the Nova feeder club.
In February Bennell was sentenced for a total of 50 offences against 12 boys,  and jailed for 31 years.
Manchester City opened an investigation regarding Bennell's association with the club in the s;  in May , this was being led by Jane Mulcahy QC.
It was aware of 40 potential claimants with more expected to come forward , and regarded the civil redress scheme as a preferable alternative to victims pursuing civil claims through the courts.
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