There will be two official fan parks for Manchester City fans travelling to watch their team in the Champions League final in Istanbul, it has been confirmed.
However, there are currently no plans for the match to be screened at either, the Manchester Evening News has been told. City hammered Real Madrid last week to book their place in the final against Inter Milan at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium on Saturday, June 10.
And the scramble to book flights and hotels is now well underway as fans clamour for the opportunity to see their team win Europe's elite competition for the first time. READ MORE: City and United fans heading to first ever Manchester derby FA Cup final told to take different routes and use different service stations Both the Blues and Inter have each been allocated 20,000 tickets with the remainder for the showpiece game at the 76,000-capacity stadium being sold by UEFA.
And the organisers have now released details of the official fan parks for those making the trip to Turkey's biggest city. A four-day 'Champions festival' will get underway at 11am on Thursday, June 8, with bosses promising 'plenty of football-related entertainment, live music, giveaways.' The Champions League trophy will be on display at the event at the port of Yenikapı on the city's southern coast with fans able to have selfies with it until it is moved to the stadium on Saturday.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk