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Manchester City historic record

Manchester City fans can look to their recent history for their most eye-catching success, with four English Premier League championships between 2012 and 2019 and the club not finishing below fifth in the standings in that time.

Roberto Mancini, Manuel Pellegrini and Pep Guardiola were the coaches during City’s unprecedented spell of success.

The club hadn’t won the top flight title since 1968, with their only other Division One title coming all the way back in 1937.

City also have five FA Cup wins and six League Cup successes to their name, securing the famous domestic treble at the end of the 2018/19 season at Wembley Stadium.

It is all a far cry away from the 1998/99 campaign, spent in the doldrums of the third tier alongside the likes of York City and Macclesfield Town.

Cup Winners’ Cup champions in the past, Uefa Champions League dominance is the next quest for Abu Dhabi-backed City.

About Manchester City

Manchester City Football Club have forced their way to the very top of the English Premier League standings in recent years, buoyed by the lavish investment of the Abu Dhabi royal family since their 2008 takeover.

City kicked off the 2019/20 EPL season as reigning champions, having won the title on four occasions since the 2011/12 campaign.

And they did so under the charge of former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola, who moved to Manchester in 2016.

Their spell of dominance was made all the more remarkable after the club had been ailing in the third tier of English soccer at the turn of the century and mired in financial difficulties.

The Sky Blues look across the city to Manchester United for their main rivalry, with legendary United boss Alex Ferguson once branding the newly-rich City as “noisy neighbours.”

They play their football at the Etihad Stadium, originally built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games, having moved from their old Maine Road ground in 2003.