Sets relating to the Sky Blue side of the city
Here you can find sets created to the Club's silverware collection. All of the players, goals and stats are included. Each set is £5.00 unless stated.
Goals from Joe Hayes, Bobby Johnstone, Jack Dyson and goal keeping heroics from Bert Trautmann were enough to see off Birmingham City.
Joe Mercer led Manchester City to their first league title since 1937 with Tony Book as his captain. Neil Young top scored with 19 goals.
Manchester City faced the perrenial runners up Leicester City and this proved to be their opponents story again as Neil Young hit the goal to give The Blues the cup.
City fell behind early against West Bromwich Albion but goals from Mike Doyle and Glyn Pardoe won the game for them.
Manchester City of England faced Polish side Gornik Zabrze in Vienna, Austria and goals from Neil Young and Francis Lee saw them gain a 2-1 victory.
Manchester City Faced Newcastle United in one of the most entertaining finals in the competition. A Peter Barnes strike and a wonder goal from Dennis Tueart won the trophy for Tony Book's men.
Manchester City proved they were becoming a force in the English game as they beat Stoke City to take the FA Cup trophy with a goal from Yaya Toure.
Despite falling behind Manchester City overcame a resiliant Sunderland 3-1 with goals from Yaya Toure, Samir Nasri and Jesus Navas.
In a close game at Wembley Manchester City faced Liverpool. Fernandinho gave them the lead but they were pegged back in the final stages. Willy Caballero was the hero of the penalty shootout with a series of fine saves to win the trophy for City.
Manchester City proved to be too much for Arsenal and won the final 3-0 with goals from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva.
Having already won the Premier League and the League Cup Manchester City became the first team to win the English treble when they beat Watford 6-0 in the FA Cup Final. Goals from Jesus (2) Sterling (2) De Bruyne and Villa saw them equal a record that had stood since 1904.