Manchester City continue to celebrate their historic treble-winning season – and tonight (Mon, 12 June) the club’s fans can join in, too.
City’s players and coaching staff will all head onto an open-top bus which will snake through the city centre on Monday night to show off their impressive silverware from their Premier League title win, FA Cup and Champions League victories.
Their domestic clean sweep has landed the current team in the history books, so the victory celebrations are particularly sweet this year, and will start with a stage show outside Manchester Cathedral from 5pm.
And for the 2023 celebrations, there will be a new route – with Pep Guardiola and his team starting their open top bus journey departing from Tonman Street, Deansgate, at approximately 18:30 (UK) and travel to St Mary’s Gate. The parade will then travel through Cross Street and King Street, before finishing on the corner of Princess Street and Portland Street.
A live stage show will then take place on Oxford Street, with onstage entertainment starting at 17:30 (UK) with the players expected to arrive at approximately 19:30 (UK).
The parade will be hosted by Manchester City’s City Square presenters Danny Jackson and Natalie Pike, who will be joined by former players and special guests. There will also be live music from bands and DJs.
New for this year – three DJ booths will be dotted throughout the parade route so our fans and the city can come together to celebrate the Club’s success in the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup this season.
Fans across the globe can watch our Matchday Live parade special on mancity.com and our official app from approximately 18:00 (UK).
The entrance to the parade stage viewing area is accessible via Oxford Street and Portland Street from 17:00 (UK) and all fans will be searched before entering.
This is a non-ticketed event, so we suggest fans arrive early to get the best possible viewing experience. There will also be screens on Oxford Street, Chepstow Street and Portland Street showing all the action on stage.
Commenting on the parade, Councillor Bev Craig, Leader of Manchester City Council said:
“Winning the treble, crowned with an historic first Champion’s League triumph, is an incredible achievement. We extend our congratulations on behalf of the city to the club and its fans.
“We’re sure the parade will be a joyous and unforgettable occasion as fans gather in the city centre to celebrate with the team a success which will resonate around the world and showcases once again Manchester’s huge sporting legacy.”
For more information visit Man City’s website