Manchester City Football Club has partnered with First Gulf Bank (FGB) to launch its first credit card.

The credit card will offer prizes such as stadium tours and expenses paid trips to see the team play.

Customers will also receive discounts on club merchandise while users in UAE will receive discounts at the Manchester City School of Football in Abu Dhabi and free coaching for kids.

Tom Glick, CCO and COO 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 Sheik Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan, a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family. He also served as chairman of FGB until 2006.


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