Manchester City’s global Trophy Tour is heading to Abu Dhabi

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The trophy will be accompanied by former player Aleks Kolarov for a football festival and screening of their fixture against Brighton on Saturday, October 22.

The event will be held at Mamsha Al Saadiyat where fans can create a 360-degree video with the Premier League trophy and become part of their dream 5-a-side team in augmented reality.

Fans will also be able to meet club legend Aleks Kolarov and take part in Beach Football with City Football School coaches along with other activities throughout the day.

Official City mascot Moonbeam will join supporters for the build-up to the game and catch a performance from the Middle East’s best footballing freestyler Ammar Freez.

The event will take place from 12:00 noon until 8:00 pm.

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