City of Manchester Stadium
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City of Manchester Stadium, ii England kay Manchester shehr, mae sthit ek football stadium hae. Ii Manchester City Football Club ka home ground hae, ii ma 47,805 logo ke baithe ke jagah hae. Sponsorship ki waja se, iika "Etihad Stadium" ka naam se bhi jana jata hae.
UEFA Category 4 Stadium
|Maalik||Manchester City Council|
|Operator||Manchester City Football Club|
|Baithe ke jagah||
47,805 – Domestic football|
45,500 – UEFA-governed football
105 X 68 metres|
(115 X 74 yd)
|Nirman ki shuruvat||12 December 1999|
|Udghatan||25 July 2002|
|Nirman ka kharca||£112 million |
ArupSport (stadium design)|
KSS Design Group (interior fitout)
Populous (stadium expansion)
|Structural engineer||Arup Associates|
Laing Construction Ltd. (initial construction)|
Laing O'Rourke(stadium conversion)
|Main contractors||Watson Steel Ltd. (steelwork construction)|
|Manchester City Football Club|
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