Manchester City has brought its Centurions Trophy Tour, presented by Etihad Airways, to Delhi, India to celebrate the Club’s record-breaking 2017/18 season when the team won the Premier League and Carabao Cup trophies.
Club legend Joleon Lescott, who won the Premier League with City in 2012 and 2014, has accompanied the trophies for a series of exciting fan events in Delhi.
The Club hosted a fan event at the Mall of India to bring an authentic Manchester City experience to Delhi and local supporters will get a chance to feel what it’s like to be a player at the Etihad Stadium.
For City’s Premier League match against Liverpool later tonight, City will also host a match viewing party for hundreds of supporters to follow the game together.
Joleon Lescott will attend both events where fans can get their photo with the trophy and win exciting City merchandise.
Joleon Lescott, Manchester City Club legend, said: “This is my first visit to India and I’ve been overwhelmed by the warm welcome we’ve received. People are so passionate and knowledgeable about football and it’s been fantastic to bring our trophies to help celebrate a great season with the City fans in India.”
Omar Berrada, Chief Operating Officer at Manchester City, said: “We are delighted to bring Manchester City’s Centurions Trophy Tour, presented by Etihad Airways, to India. Our record-breaking ‘Centurions’ season was a great achievement for the Club and we are excited to be able to celebrate this with fans in their home cities around the world. We wanted to make sure that our fans were at the heart of all of the celebrations and this tour aims to bring them closer than ever to the Club they love.”
The Centurions Trophy Tour gets its name comes from Manchester City reaching 100 points in its Premier League campaign – more points than any other team in the history of the league.
The tour is visiting 26 locations worldwide including the United States, China, Brazil and Indonesia. After the tour’s visit to Delhi, it will also visit Mumbai and Pune whilst in India.