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City of Manchester Stadium
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UEFA Category 4 Stadium[1]
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Location Manchester
Coordinates 53°28′59″N 2°12′1″W / 53.48306°N 2.20028°W / 53.48306; -2.20028Coordinates: 53°28′59″N 2°12′1″W / 53.48306°N 2.20028°W / 53.48306; -2.20028
Maalik Manchester City Council
Operator Manchester City Football Club
Executive suites 68
Baithe ke jagah 47,805 – Domestic football[2][3]
45,500 – UEFA-governed football[4]
Field size 105 X 68 metres
(115 X 74 yd)[5]
Surface Ghas
Nirman ki shuruvat 12 December 1999[6]
Udghatan 25 July 2002
Vistar 2002–2003
Nirman ka kharca £112 million [7]
Architect ArupSport (stadium design)
KSS Design Group (interior fitout)
Populous (stadium expansion)
Structural engineer Arup Associates
General contractor Laing Construction Ltd. (initial construction)
Laing O'Rourke(stadium conversion)
Main contractors Watson Steel Ltd. (steelwork construction)
Manchester City Football Club

City of Manchester Stadium, ii England kay Manchester shehr, mae sthit ek football stadium hae. Ii Manchester City Football Club ka home ground hae, ii ma 47,805 logo ke baithe ke jagah hae.[2][5] Sponsorship ki waja se, iika "Etihad Stadium" ka naam se bhi jana jata hae.[8]

References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. "UEFA Stadium Infrastructure Regulations: Edition 2010" (PDF). Union of European Football Associations. 2010. Retrieved 9 January 2015.
  2. 2.0 2.1 White, Duncan. "Manchester City plan for bigger stadium", The Telegraph, Telegraph Media Group Limited, 22 October 2011. Retrieved on 29 November 2011. “The Etihad Stadium's capacity is currently 47,805”
  3. "Manchester City - Etihad Stadium". Premier League. Retrieved 29 August 2014.
  4. Smith, Rory. "Champions League: Manchester City's Roberto Mancini urges caution ahead of momentous match against Napoli", 13 September 2011. Retrieved on 10 June 2012.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Clayton, David (24 June 2011). "Dublin Super Cup: Aviva Stadium v CoMS". (Manchester City Football Club). Retrieved 4 July 2011.
  6. Hubbard, Alan. "City of Manchester Stadium: The Wembley rescuers", Independent Print Limited, 12 December 1999. Retrieved on 7 January 2008. “... the foundation stone was laid for the nation's other super stadium for the millennium. The Prime Minister, Tony Blair, did the honours in Manchester on Monday.”
  7. Conn, David. "Manchester City to pay council £2m a year for stadium naming rights", The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 4 October 2011. Retrieved on 12 November 2011.
  8. "Manchester City strike deal to rename Eastlands", BBC Sport, 8 July 2011. Retrieved on 13 November 2011. “Manchester City have confirmed the City of Manchester Stadium will be renamed the Etihad Stadium after signing a 10-year deal with the airline.”

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