Manchester City FC to launch first credit card in deal with First Gulf Bank

Manchester City FC is set to launch its first credit card following a deal with First Gulf Bank.

Deal: Manchester City FC has a three-year deal with First Gulf Bank

The three-year partnership will feature various benefits for customers, including deals on club merchandise and items from the club store, as well as all expenses paid trips to see the club play and stadium tours.

Additionally, Manchester City fans based in the United Arab Emirates will benefit from discounts at the Manchester City School of Football in Abu Dhabi and complimentary kids coaching sessions.

Tom Glick, chief commercial and operating officer at Manchester City FC, said: “Manchester City enjoys a terrific and rapidly expanding fan base in the United Arab Emirates and it is a privilege for the club to be able to give something back to our supporters there for their amazing support.”

Manchester City FC is owned by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the deputy prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and member of the ruling family of Abu Dhabi. The billionaire also served as chairman of First Gulf Bank until 2006.

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