Manchester City celebrates anniversary by launching a new history-rich tour for fans 125 years after the club changed its name from Ardwick AFC
- Manchester City is celebrating its 125th anniversary on Tuesday
- The club officially changed its name from Ardwick AFC on April 16, 1894
- To celebrate their birthday, City is launching a new tour at Etihad Stadium
- It will contain a history exhibition, plus augmented reality in the press room
Manchester City is celebrating its 125th anniversary by launching a new tour at Etihad Stadium.
& # 39; Ardwick Association Football Club & # 39; officially became Manchester City on April 16, 1894 and the new tour will include an exhibition rich in history.
But there will also be futuristic elements, including augmented reality in the press room, allowing visitors to & # 39; communicate & # 39; with manager Pep Guardiola.
Manchester City is launching a new tour at Etihad Stadium to celebrate their birthday
The club officially changed its name from & # 39; Ardwick AFC & # 39; 125 years ago on April 16, 1894
Fans will be able to & # 39; communicate & # 39; with manager Pep Guardiola (right) through augmented reality
The tour also includes 3D holographic content, as well as a 360-degree cinema screen.
Chief Operating Officer, Omar Berrada said: & # 39; Today is the announcement of the & # 39; Manchester City Tour & # 39; the perfect way to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Club, to acknowledge our rich history and heritage and to celebrate the journey that the club and our fans have experienced together.
& # 39; We are delighted that we have made a tour for the first time in which physical artifacts and technology come together, so that our fans can get to know the Manchester City story in a unique way. We hope it will make an unforgettable experience. & # 39;
Among those physical artifacts is an official certificate that documents the club's name change in 1894.
A 360-degree cinema screen gives fans a spectacular day view of the stadium
With holographic 3D content, visitors can see how the club's comb has changed
Handheld media guides are included and will include audio and video for fans