City trophy parade route
- 13 May 2012 18:42
- Posted by Paul Mulholland
Manchester City Football Club will be holding an open-top bus trophy parade through Manchester city centre tomorrow, Monday 14th May, to mark the Club’s historic first league title win in 44 years.
Thousands of City fans are expected to line the official route to cheer on the Blues, and to celebrate winning the Premier League for the first time in the Club’s history.
The open-top bus tour with the team will depart from Albert Square at 6.30pm taking a 1.8 mile route through the city centre.
Albert Square will be open to the public from 4pm for all the pre-parade build-up and entertainment, on a non-ticketed, free, first come first served basis.
The open-top bus will travel along the following route:
Pre-parade player Q&A in Albert Square: 6pm
Albert Square: Parade start 6.30pm
Princess Street: 6.30pm
Portland Street: 6.45pm
St Mary’s Gate: 7.30pm
Corporation Street: 7.45pm
Please note the following temporary road closures will be in progress:
Albert Square: 9am onwards
Princess Street: 10am onwards
Portland Street: 5pm onwards
Chepstow Street: 6.30pm onwards
Great Bridgewater Street: 6.30pm onwards
Whitworth Street West: 6.30pm onwards
Deansgate: 3pm onwards (key junctions kept open)
St Mary’s Gate: 5pm onwards