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Watch the U21 derby at the Etihad Stadium this weekend

  • 16 February 2016 12:36
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City EDS v Manchester United U21s
Barclays U21 Premier League
Etihad Stadium
Saturday 20 February
Kick off, 1pm

City’s EDS take centre stage at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday 20 February, with bragging rights at stake in the U21 Manchester derby.

Ahead of the big game, Seasoncard activations and Print@Home tickets are available, which means supporters can avoid having to queue to collect their ticket before kick off.

MCFC Seasoncard holders or Cityzens members can claim a FREE ticket for this game, but must redeem their ticket in advance either online or in store at the Ticket Office, located on the first floor of the City Store at the Etihad Stadium.

Non Seasoncard holders can purchase tickets for this match at £3 for adults and £1 for U16s. For a fast and convenient access to your ticket, why not select the Print@Home option.

Tickets must be printed before you arrive on plain, clean, A4 white paper.

It will be the second time in nine days that City EDS have faced the Reds and the home side will be looking to avenge their 1-0 defeat at Leigh Sports Village on Thursday 11 February.

A win could see Davies’ young charges move into third place as they look to close the gap on their local rivals at the top of the league.

Their first home game since January, the Blues will be looking for a repeat of their last performance in front of their own fans, when an Aleix Garcia’s stunning strike inspired a 3-1 victory over Reading.

Midfielder George Glendon is delighted with the decision to move the game to Etihad Stadium.

He said: “We can’t wait to get out onto the pitch at the Etihad and to hear the City fans cheering us on. It’s already a huge match and getting to play it at the Etihad makes it even more special.”

Manager Davies shared his view, adding: “This is a great opportunity for my team to experience what it’s like to play at the Etihad Stadium.”

“All of the boys aspire to making the first team and this will be a chance for them to feel what that could be like.”

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