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2014 double champions
2014 double champions

 

Honours

European Cup Winners’ Cup:

  • Winners: 1970

Premier League:

  • Premier League – Champions 2011-12, 2013-14
    Runners up: 2012-13, 2014-15

Football League (after 1992):

  • Division 1 – Champions: 2001-02
    Runners up: 1999-2000
  • Division 2 – Play Off winners: 1998-99 (Div. 2)

Football League (before 1992):

  • Division 1 – Champions: 1936-37, 1967-68
    Runners up: 1903-04, 1920-21, 1976-77
  • Division 2 – Champions: 1898-99, 1902-03, 1909-10, 1927-28, 1946-47, 1965-66
    Runners up: 1895-96, 1950-51, 1988-89

FA Cup:

  • Winners: 1904, 1934, 1956, 1969, 2011
    Runners up: 1926, 1933, 1955, 1981, 2013

League Cup:

  • Winners: 1970, 1976, 2014, 2016
    Runners up: 1974

Full Members’ Cup:

  • Runners up: 1986

Charity/Community Shield:

  • Winners: 1937, 1968, 1972, 2013
    Runners up: 1934, 1956, 1969,1973, 2012, 2014

FA Youth Cup

  • Winners: 1986
    Runners up 1979, 1980, 1989
Don Revie in action
Don Revie in action

Awards

Footballer of the year:

  • Don Revie 1954-55, Bert Trautmann 1955-56, Tony Book 1968-69 (shared with Dave Mackay)

PFA Merit Award:

  • Dennis Law 1975, Joe Mercer OBE 1982, Tommy Hutchinson 1992

PFA Young Player of the Year:

  • Peter Barnes, 1974-75

Domestic Records

Most goals in international career:

  • Dennis Law 30 in 55 games for Scotland

Most penalties scored in one season:

  • Francis Lee 13 in 1971-72

Most Cup Goals:

  • Dennis Law 41 (Huddersfield T, Man.City, Man. Utd)

Most home wins in a Premier League season:

  • Manchester City with 18 in 19 games in 2011/12
  • Manchester United with 18 in 19 games in 2010/11
  • Chelsea with 18 in 19 games in 2005/06

Most consecutive home wins in Premier League:

  • Manchester City with 20 (between 5 March 2011 and 21 March 2012)

Fewest home losses in a season:

  • Manchester City with 0 in 19 games (2011/12)
  • Manchester United with 0 in 19 games (1995/96, 1999/2000, 2010/11)
  • Liverpool with 0 in 19 games (2008/09)
  • Arsenal with 0 in 19 games (1998/99, 2003/04, 2007/08)
  • Chelsea with 0 in 19 games (2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08)

Most drawn games in one Premier League season:

  • Manchester City with 18 in 42 games in 1993/94
  • Sheffield United with 18 in 42 games in 1993/94
  • Southampton with 18 in 42 games in 1994/95

Most consecutive draws in a season (38 or 42 games):

  • Manchester City with 7  (2009/10)
  • Norwich City with 7 (1993/94)
  • Southampton with 7 (1994/95)

Fewest home draws in a season (19 games): 0, joint record:

  • Manchester City with 0 (2008/09)
  • Manchester United with 0 (2012/13)

Fastest century of goals scored during any top flight league season (in elapsed calendar days):

  • 103 goals scored on 18 January 2014 by Manchester City in season 2013-14

Fewest goals scored at home in a season:

  • Manchester City with 10 (2006/07)

Biggest half-time lead in the Premier League: 5 goals

  • Burnley 0–5 Manchester City (1–6 at full-time) (3 April 2010)
  • Sheffield Wednesday 5–0 Bolton Wanderers (8 November 1997)

Championship winner for different clubs, both as player and manager:

  • 3 – Joe Mercer OBE. As player with Everton (1939) and Arsenal (1948, 1953), and as manager with Manchester City (1968).

Most League Apperances:

  1. Peter Shilton (1005 – 0 for City)
  2. Graeme Armstrong (879 – 0 for City)
  3. Tommy Hutchinson (863 – 46 for City)
  4. Terry Paine (824 – 0 for City)
  5. Tony Ford (842 – 0 for City)
  6. Robbie James (782 – 0 for City)
  7. Alan Oakes (777 – 565 for City)
  8. John Burridge (771 – 4 for City)

Oldest player in FA Cup match:

  • Billy Meredith 49 y. 8 m. 29/3 1924 for City against Newcastle

Oldest player in International:

  • Billy Meredith 45 y. 8 m. 13/3 1920 for Wales against England

Oldest player in Premier League:

  • John Burridge 43y.5m. 14/5 1995 for City against QPR

Highest number of different clubs to score for in Premier League: 7:

  • Craig Bellamy (for Coventry City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool, West Ham United, Manchester City, Cardiff City)

Most individual goal scorers for the same team in one Premier League game:

  • Manchester City (7) 7–0 Norwich City (2 November 2013)
  • Chelsea (7) 8–0 Aston Villa (23 December 2012)

Earliest Premier League kick-off:

  • 11:15 a.m. BST (Manchester City v. Everton, 2 October 2005)

Record attendance (outside London & Glasgow):

  • League: 83,260 at Maine Road 17/1 1948 (Man.Utd-Arsenal)
  • FA Cup: 84,569 at Maine Road 3/3 1934 (Man.City-Stoke)
  • League Cup: 63,418 at Old Trafford 17/12 1969 (Man.Utd-Man.City)
  • Midweek game: 80,407 at Maine Road 28/3 1946 (Derby-Birmingham)

Club Records

Record League victories:

  • 10-0 Darwen (Div 2) 23/2 1899
  • 10-1 Huddersfield Town (Div 2) 7/11 1987
  • 11-3 Lincoln City (Div 2) 23/3 1895

Record Cup victory:

  • 10-1 Swindon T (FA Cup 4th round) 29/1 1930 (It might also be worth mentioning the 12-0 victory over Liverpool Stanley in the (FA Cup’s) 1st Qualifying Round in October 1890 when City were known as Ardwick)

Record defeat:

  • 1-9 Everton (Div 1) 3/9 1906

Most League points (2p for a win):

  • 62 (Div 2) in 1946-47

Most League points (3p for a win):

  • 99 (Div 1) in 2001-02
  • 89 (Div 1) in 1999-00
  • 82 (Div 2) in 1988-89

Most League goals:

  • 108 (Div 2) in 1926-27
  • 108 (Div 1) in 2001-02

Most matches undefeated:

  • 22 from 26 Dec 1936 to 1 May 1937
  • 22 from 9 Nov 1946 to 3 May 1947

Most home matches undefeated:

  • 41 from 1 Jan 1920 to 3 Dec 1921

Most away matches undefeated:

  • 12 from 7 Dec 1946 to 26 May 1947

Most consecutive home wins:

  • 16 from 13 Nov 1920 to 27 Aug 1921

Most consecutive away wins:

  • 6 from 27 Dec 1902 to 14 Apr 1903

Most clean sheets:

  • 29 by Joe Hart in the 2010/11 season in Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Europa League

Highest League scorer in season:

  • Tommy Johnson 38 (Div 1) in 1928-29

Most League goals in total aggregate:

  • Eric Brook 159 in 1919-30

Most League and Cup Goals in total aggregate:

  • Eric Brook 178 in 1928-39

Youngest Player:

  • Glyn Pardoe 15 y. 314 d. 11/4 1962 against Birmingham

Oldest Player:

  • Billy Meredith, 49 years, 245 days (against Newcastle United, FA Cup semi-final, 29 March 1924)

Most Capped player:

Record Transfer-fee received:

  • £21,000,000 from Chelsea for Shaun Wright-Phillips in July 2005

Record Transfer-fee paid:

  • £38,000,000 to Atletico Madrid for Sergio Kun Agüero in July 2011

Player of the year award

YearWinnerNationality
1967Tony BookEngland
1968Colin BellEngland
1969Glyn PardoeEngland
1970Francis LeeEngland
1971Mike DoyleEngland
1972Mike SummerbeeEngland
1973Mike SummerbeeEngland
1974Mike DoyleEngland
1975Alan OakesEngland
1976Joe CorriganEngland
1977David WatsonEngland
1978Joe CorriganEngland
1979Asa HartfordScotland
1980Joe CorriganEngland
1981Paul PowerEngland
1982Tommy CatonEngland
1983Kevin BondEngland
1984Mike McCarthyIreland
1985Paul PowerEngland
1986Kenny KlementsEngland
1987Neil McNabScotland
1988Steve RedmondEngland
1989Neil McNabScotland
1990Colin HendryScotland
1991Niall QuinnIreland
1992Tony CotonEngland
1993Garry FlitcroftEngland
1994Tony CotonEngland
1995Uwe RöslerGermany
1996Georgi KinkladzeGeorgian
1997Georgi KinkladzeGeorgian
1998Michael BrownEngland
1999Gerard WiekensHolland
2000Shaun GoaterBermuda
2001Danny TiattoAustralia
2002Ali BenarbiaAlgeria
2003Sylvain DIstinFrance
2004Shaun Wright-PhillipsEngland
2005Richard DunneIreland
2006Richard DunneIreland
2007Richard DunneIreland
2008Richard DunneIreland
2009Stephen IrelandIreland
2010Carlos TévezArgentina
2011Vincent KompanyBelgium
2012Sergio AgüeroArgentina
2013Pablo ZabaletaArgentina
2014Yaya ToureIvory Coast
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