Manchester City Have Earned a Total of £294M in Prize Money From Their Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League

Manchester City will earn a sum of £294 million after they win the Champions League, Premier League, and FA Cup.

Manchester City completed the treble after defeating Inter Milan in the Champions League final with an excellent goal from Rodri.

The team won the Premier League after Arsenal lost couple of matches towards the end of the season. The Manchester City team also defeated its neighbor in the FA Cup finals.

Manchester City became the second team in the Premier League to win the treble after Manchester United did it in the 1998–99 season.

However, if the momentum continues, they are likely to win the UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, and Community Shield next season, becoming the first club to win a sextuple in England.

Manchester City Victory Parade 2023

On Monday, June 12, 2023, The Citizyens celebrated their treble success with a victory parade.

From Beetham Tower on Deansgate, the procession proceeded along Deansgate, past Marks & Spencer, onto Cross Street, and finally onto Princess Street.

St. Peter’s Square hosted a stage performance as the parade came to a close.

Numerous thousands of spectators watched the parade and applauded and cheered as the players and crew walked by.

All of the players and crew waved and threw shirts and other mementos to the spectators while grinning.

For Manchester City to commemorate their outstanding season, the victory parade seemed appropriate.

Manchester City Parade Route

The following is the route of the 2023 treble-winning parade for the Blue side of Manchester.

Deansgate, Tonman Street, to begin
Finish: Princess Street and Portland Street intersection
Deansgate, Cross, King, Brown, Booth, and Nicholas Streets are the route.

Around 18:30 (UK time), the march began at Tonman Street in Deansgate and proceeded to St Mary’s Gate.

After passing via Cross Street and King Street, the parade came to an end at the intersection of Princess Street and Portland Street.

The performers were then anticipated to arrive at around 19:30 (UK), and a live stage performance was held on Oxford Street beginning at 17:30 (UK).

Thousands of spectators cheered and applauded as the players and staff walked by during the parade.

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