The Blues changed up their ticketing policy this summer after consulting with fan group City Matters, making the majority of tickets for every game available at the same time. In doing this, the intention was to remove the pressure that people previously had of needing to be online on the morning when each individual game went on sale.
Demand to see Pep Guardiola&aposs Treble winners has proven high again, with each game already selling out of all the tickets that were on offer. Matches against United, Arsenal, and six others sold out within the first 24 hours.
City took the decision to hold back some tickets for all games to spread the cost for anyone wanting to attend multiple games, and will put a second and final wave of tickets on offer next month. The club are also pushing ahead with their expansion of the North Stand that will see capacity increase to over 60,000.