Manchester City are one of the most popular teams to bet on. Every season, a wide range of odds are available with Betway Football Betting and other bookmakers. Although this season, Manchester City has witnessed a very exciting run of play, coming from behind to topple Liverpool as the current league leaders. They are one of the top clubs in the English Premier League.
Manchester City Odds
Manchester City are already a popular team for bettors to support in terms of outright betting on results. Bookmakers like betway offer odds on Manchester City transfer because most times in the transfer window, there are a lot of rumors about some top players joining Manchester City.
There are a wide range of Man City special odds that a player can take advantage of. Many bookmakers like betway have provided special offers for bettors to bet on Manchester City to go unbeaten, to win the English Premier League and Man City quadruple odds.
They also offer a wide range from Manchester City to win nothing odds to Manchester City to win the premier league odds and every other thing in between.
Manchester City is a high profile team therefore betting on their odd fixtures are very common especially for high profile matches.
The most popular odds on Manchester City are for them to win the Premier League and also, the odds on Manchester City to win the Champions League. Many bookmakers still offer odds on behind the scenes activities like Manchester City next manager odds.
History of the club
Manchester City started in 1880 as St. Mark's. St Mark's Cricket club decided to from a football team from a church in West Gorton, Manchester. Their first game was between the Baptist Church in Macclesfield which ended in a 2-1 defeat.
St Mark's became Ardwick AFC in 1887 and the club turned proffessional. A permanent home was found for the club, Hyde Road. In 1889, the Manchester derby was played. Ardwick AFC played Newton Health in a charity match.
A financial setback let go the dissolving of Ardwick AFC in 1894. A new club was carved out by most of the Ardwick Committee and was named Manchester City F.C.
Since then, they have played successfully and won many trophies.
Manchester City has changed their crest four times with the latest change being in 2016. In major finals, the usual Manchester City badges are set aside for the badge incorporating the Manchester Coat of Arms.
Traditionally, Manchester City football colours are white and blue. There have been several variations on their colours ranging from colour change in the shorts and socks and a change in the blue shade of the jersey.
The current Manchester City football stadium has a capacity of 55,097 following a previous expansion. The stadium is known as the Etihad stadium which was originally called the city of Manchester Stadium or Eastlands due to its location in the city of Manchester. Manchester first stadium was on Maine road and they moved from there to the Etihad in 2003 after building the stadium for the Commonwealth Games held in 2002, in Manchester.