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Manchester City secured the treble when they beat Inter Milan 1-0 in the UEFA Champions League final on June 10.

City had already successfully defended their Premier League title courtesy of Arsenal’s defeat to Nottingham Forest on May 20.

Pep Guardiola’s side won the trophy with three games to spare, then beat Manchester United 2-1 to claim the FA Cup on June 3. Now the club and Manchester City Council have announced details of the public ceremony to honour their feat.

“We extend our congratulations on behalf of the city to the club and its fans,” said Manchester City Council leader Bev Craig, calling the treble an “incredible achievement”.

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“We’re sure the parade will be a joyous and unforgettable occasion as fans gather to celebrate with the team a success which will resonate around the world and showcases once again Manchester’s huge sporting legacy.”

The Sporting News takes a look at when Man City’s trophy parade will take place and the schedule.

Man City parade 2023: When is it?

City’s 2022/23 season ended with that victory over Inter through Rodri’s goal, allowing them to finalise and release plans for the parade.

The mini-tour of the city will take place on Monday, June 12 2023, starting at Tonman Street, Deansgate and heading to St Mary’s Gate.

Man City parade start time, route

The parade had been expected to leave at approximately 6.30 p.m. local time and travel through Cross Street and King Street, finishing on the corner of Princess Street and Portland Street.

That was put back to 7 p.m. because of adverse weather conditions and lightning storms. A live stage show was arranged for Oxford Street, starting an hour before the bus leaves. The squad is expected to arrive there at around 8 p.m.

There will be live music and DJs, three of whom will be in booths along the parade route – a new addition to this year’s festivities.

Here are the start and arrival times to look out for in different territories – but keep an eye on the club’s official channels for updates on time changes because of the weather warnings.

  Date Parade Squad on stage 
USA Monday, June 12 2 p.m. 3 p.m.
UK Monday, June 12 7 p.m. 8 p.m.
Australia Tuesday, June 13 4 a.m. 5 a.m.
Canada Monday, June 12 2 p.m. 3 p.m.

How to watch Man City parade 2023: Online, streaming

Fans around the world can watch the parade in a special edition of City’s Matchday Live show on the official club website. Coverage will start at approximately 6 p.m. local time – and here’s how that translates around the world.

  Date Show begins
USA Monday, June 12 1 p.m.
UK Monday, June 12 6 p.m.
Australia Tuesday, June 13 3 a.m.
Canada Monday, June 12 1 p.m.

Supporters who can attend in person had initially been told they would be able to access a parade stage viewing area from Oxford Street and Portland Street from 5 p.m.

However, access to the stage show site was delayed following reports of adverse weather conditions and lightning storms. Fans were advised they would receive updates via the club’s official channels.

There will be screens on Oxford Street, Chepstow Street and Portland Street showing the action on stage. The club advised fans to arrive early for the non-ticketed event.

Man City 2022 trophy parade

The league champions had their 2022 trophy parade on Monday, May 23 as the Premier League was their only success that season.

City and England winger Jack Grealish’s antics at the 2022 parade were particularly enjoyed by football fans.

Now that Guardiola has led City to a historic treble, the 2023 parade is certain to eclipse the celebrations previously seen by fans in recent years.

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City trophy parade route and attendance

The 2022 City parade took place in Manchester and started at Exchange Square, before traveling along Corporation Street, St Mary’s Gate and Deansgate, before finishing at Beetham Tower for a stage show.

Thousands of City fans turned up to the event, but they were heavily out numbered by Liverpool fans a few weeks later. The Reds won the EFL Cup and FA Cup, and an estimated 500,000 fans attended their parade in Liverpool.

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