9 Man City gifts for Men: What to buy the male Man City fan?
With 3 male Manchester City fans in her life, my mum stated she struggled to find the perfect gift for us.
Well look no further mum! Here’s 9 Man City Gifts for men.
This stunning picture of the Maine Road main stand is part of a range of drawings based on buildings that are no longer with us by Manchester based artists Dorethy. The Lost Destination series includes football grounds such as Sunderland’s Rocker Park and Wembley as well as Wigan Casino and The Hacienda.
One for all ages! From Wembley 99 Play off against Gillingham to the present day Argentinian’s of Zabba, Sergio and Demichelis. These t-shirts are usually 2 for £20 at Campo Retro so an easy buy. Buy now from Campo Retro
As a bit of fun for the Man City golf fanatic, why not cover their driver with City’s very own mascot – Moonchester. This Moonchester golf club cover will look great in his golf bag. Buy now from Amazon
A song that is belted out at the Etihad, the Pablo Zabaleta song has been captured by Spirit of the Kippax on this t-shirt. There are lots of little details on the t-shirt such as Argentinian being in the colours of the Argentine flag and a cheeky “who’s he?” next to Jaap Stam. Find out more
Capture the moment Sergio Aguero secured City’s first premier league title with this lightbox. A great addition to brighten any room, this lightbox comes fully assembled so you just have to plug it in and enjoy! Buy now from Not On The High Street
Personally I recommend Legendary German goalie Bert Trautmann’s book Trautmann: the biography by Alan Rowlands, however when I interviewed 10 Man City experts the majority chose Paul Lake’s book “I’m not really here” as the best Manchester City book. The great hope of Manchester City (and England) of the 90’s, Paul Lake’s injuries reduced him to a peripheral figure in the Manchester City story. A moving story as he battles to regain his fitness. Find out what the Experts thought
A wonderful adaptation of the chemist teacher’s favourite, this periodic table uses Manchester City legends as the chemical elements. Reducing the player’s names to represent chemical symbols and the number of appearances and goals as the numbers, this is an extremely clever way of thinking outside the box by the artist behind the company On a six pence. Find out more
We’ve had sky blue, Cambridge blue, laser blue, Umbro, Kappa, Le Coq Sportif and Nike and that’s just the home kits. Everyone’s got their favourite and the one’s they hate. Get him his favourite from a special year and he’ll be made up. For 50 of Man City’s retro kits check out the post 50 shades of Blue to find the one you want. See all 50 shirts