The Etihad Stadium - Manchester City FC
For hotels near the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, use the form on the right of the screen. There are a handful of hotels near the ground, however the stadium is within walking distance of Manchester city centre.
The Etihad Stadium (formerly the City of Manchester Stadium) also known as Eastlands, is home to one of the richest football club’s in the world Manchester City.
Prior to Manchester City taking over the lease, the stadium was used for the 2002 Commonwealth Games, a time when Manchester City played their home matches at Maine Road.
The Etihad Stadium holds just under 48,000 for English Premier League matches and over the years has played host to a number of non-football events just as boxing, athletics and music concerts, including a number of sold out concerts in 2011 for Manchester band Take That.
Away fans are located in the South Stand end of the stadium and occupy half of the stand for domestic league fixtures.
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