Commissioned by us with the talented artist Sue Scott, we sort to create an exclusive design that would capture the skyline of Manchester and would be of interest to City fans.
From left to right, here’s more information on each of the buildings.
1. St Marks Church Gorton the founding site of a football team which was to become Manchester City
2. Manchester Central where in 1934 City brought the FA cup back by train for the first time
3. City Tower – home of the Co Op Insurance who were City’s insurers for many years
4. Central Library – a beautiful building in the heart of the city
5. Principle Hotel – a stalwart of Oxford Road
6. Town Hall – a stunning building which hosted many celebrations and parades for City
7. Maine Road – home of Manchester City from 1923 to 2003
8. Etihad Stadium – home to City since 2003 and the former Common Wealth Games stadium
9. Afflecks Palace – a treasure trove of individual items and gifts
10. National Football Museum – a place to definitely visit if you get the chance
11. Hyde Road Hotel where the documents were signed in 1894 to form Manchester City FC
12. Beetham Tower – for a long time the tallest building in Manchester (recently overtaken)