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Book a Pitch

Monday to Thursday from 5:30pm-9:30pm is our peak time and bookings on these days are taken on the half hour. Pitches at this time are £65 for the hour and the full amount needs to be paid in advance due to the high demand for these slots. We recommend you book as early as possible to avoid disappointment!

All other times (including daytimes from 7am-5:30pm and weekends) are off peak and pitches are £50 for the hour.

STUDENT DISCOUNT – All pitches at peak and off peak times are £40 for students, provided you show 5 or more valid student IDs (NUS, University or High School/College ID cards) when you play.

**SPECIAL OFFER** – Our 10:30-11:30pm slots are now discounted to £40, or £35 for students!

Balls and bibs are included with all bookings. 

As of October 2015, we do require payment in advance or a deposit for all bookings.  We are a small business and simply can’t afford to lose out if we have last minute cancellations and therefore miss the opportunity to resell the slot. Thank you for understanding! 

Bookings can be held provisionally for 24 hours without payment. Payment can be made over the phone by card, by bank transfer or by dropping cash into the venue.

To book a pitch call Natalie on 07702680829 or email natalie@soccerinthecity.com.

Leagues

Do you fancy yourself as the best office team in Manchester? Why not join up to one of our lunchtime leagues?

Yes that’s right, football at lunchtime!

All this is possible due to our city centre location, and with league games following the standard 20 minutes each way format you can be back at your desk in (give or take) an hour!

What’s more, there’s no need to worry about seeing your other half, putting the kids to bed or watching the Champions League as you will have already managed to fit in a game in the middle of your working day.

At the moment we have two leagues – our Sunday League and Thursday Lunchtime League.

The Sunday League was set up originally for Manchester’s bars and restaurants, with TigerTiger and Revolucion de Cuba being some of the first to take part, but as popularity grew we decided to open it up to all teams wanting to get involved.

Both leagues have dedicated Facebook pages run by our fantastic referee Andu; with League Tables, Fixtures and Photos/Videos from the games posted each week.

At the end of each season we hold a presentation night for all teams involved, with medals and trophies awarded to the winners and runners up. It’s also an opportunity to look back on some videos/photos of your games, sign up to the next season, or even have beer with your rival teams!

If you’re interested in joining one of our leagues, drop us an email to request an information pack, and in the meantime take a look at the Facebook pages (links above) to give you an idea of what our leagues are really about!

Tournaments

Tournaments are a great way of networking and creating and building on business relationships.

What sets Soccer in the City apart when it comes to tournaments is that, unlike other places, the entire venue will be exclusively for the use of you and your guests for the entire duration of the tournament.

What’s more, we find that given our location and the fact that you do have the venue to yourselves, non-playing members of your organisation are more inclined to attend. We see this as being hugely important, as the whole point of the event is to network and build business relationships and more often than not at other venues, it is usually only the players that attend such tournaments.

Tournaments are also a great way of raising money for your chosen charity whilst having a really fun day or evening filled with football. Charities we have held tournaments for in the past include; RECLAIM, Kidscan and Guide Dogs for the Blind.

We will of course organise and provide everything else, including TV graphics, referees and fantastic trophies and awards. All you have to do is invite your guests and let us do the rest!

For more information including packages and pricing please contact our Tournament Coordinator Moyen Ahmed