Two weeks for the older ones (14-17 years) and one week for the young ones (9-13) and for the girls. Intense days during which participants will have the opportunity to train at Manchester City’s training centre, study and learn a new language and have fun discovering the places that host football.
Manchester City Football Club was founded in 1880 and reached the pinnacle of success during the sixties and seventies. During this time, Joe Mercer and then Malcolm Allison led the team, which allowed them to win important national and international competitions. The 90s saw the team go into a bit of a crisis and then recover in the 2000s. The team returned to national success and gave no less trouble to the so-called big four. 2008 was a year of great changes for the white - celestial company that had Robinho as the highest paid player in the club.
In 2009 there was a change on the Manchester City bench which was occupied by Roberto Mancini, who took the team to fifth place in the Premier League. The following year, Silva, Balotelli, Boateng, Milner and Dzeko also arrived in Manchester. After Mancini’s era (the Italian coach will win one Premier League) it’s the turn of Manuel Pellegrini (ex of Malaga and Real Madrid) with whom Manchester will reach other important targets. In 2016 another change on the bench, with Pep Guardiola with whom in the season 2017/2018 the team will be again Champion of England, result confirmed also the following year.