City in the Community
City in the Community
City in the Community (CITC) was founded in 1986, aiming to forge closer links between our Club and the local community.
With a team of 20 full time and 30 part time staff CITC run projects based around four key areas: Sport, Health, Young People and Skills & Enterprise.
Every year our award winning team engages with over 200,000 people of all ages and across all communities over Manchester, Tameside and Stockport.
Social responsibility is deep seated in our Club's heritage and essential in its future, and in this City in the Community plays a central role. Everyone involved with Manchester City in any capacity is part of the 'City family'. Together we share and work to resolve issues and develop hope and aspiration across the community.
Sport / Football
Our team of qualified coaches and youth workers run football, sport and adventure activities across Greater Manchester for people of various ages. If you're interested in our football programmes, follow the link below to find more information on football holiday courses, free coaching sessions and disabled football scheme. For something a little different, take a look at our Play and Adventure programme taking place in parks all over Manchester.
For more information about our current programmes please call 0161 438 7711 or e-mail:
Manchester faces some of the biggest health challenges in the country. Working alongside Manchester City Council and the Manchester Primary Care Trust, CITC endeavours to tackle these issues head on with a range of projects, targeting people of all ages. To find out how you can be part of this, click the link below for more detailed information on each programme.
For more information about our current programmes please contact CITC’s Health Co-ordinator Steven Turner on 0161 438 7711 or e-mail:
Young people are at the heart of our many of our activities. Through community schemes, football, and outreach work, we work hard to help them develop appropriate skills. in order to contribute to the well-being of our neighbourhoods, together. Follow the link below to see how you can get involved.
For more information about our current programmes please contact Dave Coppin on 0161 438 7710 or e-mail:
Skills & Enterprise
CITC’s skills and enterprise programmes aim to give young people vital experience of the leisure industry whilst encouraging learning and developing business skills. Find out more about what we do by clicking the link below.
For more information about our Skills and Enterprise programmes please contact Mike Green on 0161 438 7711 or e-mail:
Staff and Sponsors
For more information contact CITC on 0161 438 7711 or at: