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Man City 'offering £16,000 Club World Cup package' to just eight fans

Josh Lawless

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Man City 'offering £16,000 Club World Cup package' to just eight fans

Manchester City appear to be offering a Club World Cup package totalling £16,000 to fans.

The treble-winners are competing in the FIFA tournament for the first time in their history after finally lifting the Champions League trophy following a 1-0 win over Inter Milan in Istanbul.

This year's edition will be the final one in its current form as the competition expands into a new format.

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City will be in action on 19 December against the winner of Club Leon and Urawa Red Diamonds in Jeddah.

Pep Guardiola's side are straight through to the semi-finals and will play in the final on the 22 December if they are victorious.

City are unlikely to have as many fans in Jeddah as they did in Istanbul and the club's official supporters help page have said they are not putting on travel packages.

However, an email from a club employee suggests that some very exclusive bundles were available.

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The trip from 18 December to the 23 December costs £16,704 per person and includes business class flights, 5 nights accommodation in a five-star hotel, as well as a meal at leading Saudi restaurants and daytime experiences such as dune bashing and camel riding.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

All travel is covered with private executive coach transfers throughout and of course tickets are part of the bundle.

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Category one tickets to both the semi-final and final are included, but there is the potential for a complimentary upgrade to hospitality from category one.

It appears as though eight of these packages were left at the time of writing.

SPORTbible has contacted Manchester City for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Manchester City, FIFA Club World Cup, Pep Guardiola, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pro League

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