In a heartwarming festive gesture, Manchester City is spreading the joy of the holiday season with its newly launched Christmas campaign, ‘The Greatest Season of All.’
Join the club in empowering young lives through football, making every purchase count for a brighter future in the community.
City In The Community
This year, the Club is joining forces with fans and staff to support City in the Community.
With a vision to make a positive impact on the lives of young people in Manchester, the Club is set to create a memorable season for all.
Empowering Healthier Lives Through Football
‘The Greatest Season of All’ offers fans a unique opportunity to come together with Manchester City to make a real difference in the lives of the city’s youth through the power of football.
With every purchase of selected Christmas retail items available both online and in the City Store, the Club will generously donate £5 to City in the Community.
You can read more about the charity here
A Festive Wonderland of Christmas Retail
The Christmas retail shop is now open, both in-store and online, featuring a delightful array of festive gifts for 2023.
What makes these gifts even more special is that each purchase contributes a £5 donation to City in the Community.
The items that spread the holiday cheer and goodwill include:
- Five Christmas Jumpers
- Family Pyjama Set
- Dressing Gown and Oodie
- Plush Santa Teddy Bear
- Treble Book
- Treble Football
- Brown and Blue Plush Teddies
- Moonbeam and Moonchester
- Four Player Funko Pops
Treble Your Generosity
Not stopping at £5 donations, Manchester City is taking it a step further.
They are tripling any additional donations made to the charity, ensuring that the overall funds are boosted up to an incredible value of £75,000*.
Fans can contribute to this wonderful cause at the stadium store tills, during the purchase of match tickets online, or through the charity’s new monthly ‘City in the Community Prize Draw.’
Making Every Pound Count
Every pound raised will be dedicated to supporting City in the Community’s programs, designed to empower healthier lives among the city’s youth through football. A mere £10 can enable a young person to enjoy the equivalent of four hours of free football and a nutritious lunch during school holidays in 2024 and beyond.
Head of City in the Community, Michael Geary, Shares His Thoughts
Michael Geary, the Head of City in the Community, expressed his delight, saying, “We are delighted that the Club has, once again, committed to making a difference in the local area by supporting its charity.
“By teaming up with the fans, this campaign will have a significant impact on our ability to empower healthier lives through football.”
He further emphasised how ‘The Greatest Season of All’ embodies Manchester City’s community values and builds upon the success of last year’s festive campaign, which generated over £190,000 for City in the Community, benefiting young people by providing the opportunity to play football, stay healthy, and make new friends in 2023.
Additionally, City in the Community has planned a calendar of festive activities in December to support families in need, including donating free Christmas Day meals to food banks and welcoming hundreds of local residents to the City Football Academy for various celebrations.
Spreading Festive Joy Beyond the Club
While embracing the festive spirit, Manchester City will continue its annual tradition of supporting the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital by donating gifts to children who will be spending their holidays in the hospital.
It’s a heartwarming gesture that extends the holiday cheer to those who need it the most.
Join Manchester City in making ‘The Greatest Season of All’ even more special by spreading warmth, joy, and football among the youth of our beloved city.
Let’s make this festive season truly remarkable, one heartwarming purchase at a time.
MCFC will donate £5 for each sold Christmas product* and will match donations made to Manchester City F.C. City in the Community Foundation during the period of 06 November 2023 to 31 December 2023 up to a maximum of £75,000 in total.