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Etihad Stadium seating?


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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

The seating is, for the most part, great. It’s a new stadium and the South Stand offers great views for all the away fans (up to 4,500 for a cup game!) but there are some seats (farthest from the action, but also the cheapest) which do not exactly offer a commanding view of the game. Since the stadium has a (mostly) closed roof, the temperamental British weather isn’t a factor. City don’t like showcasing their ticket prices, so you’ll have to do some digging if you’re a home fan. Otherwise, it’s £30 for an away adult ticket.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The Etihad prides itself on being a state of the art new stadium with fantastic facilities. Shaped like a bowl, the seats run all the way around the pitch with no obstructing pillars in the way. The stands are rather steep ensuring that the fans are as close to the action as possible, however with the cheapest seats being the furthest up, you may want to bring some binoculars.

Tickets are not the cheapest at the Etihad however with high profile match days again teams like Manchester United and Arsenal starting at £58. However there are bargains to be had, for a lower tier seat, behind the goal and in the thick of cities blue supporters, tickets can cost around £35 for an adult.

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