After being trolled by rivals' supporters for having ‘no fans’ and a subpar atmosphere, Manchester City has changed the situation following their historic last season. The treble winners have now sold out of every ticket for all 19 Premier League home games this season. 

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This comes following the club’s change in policy in ticketing, now the Sky Blues offer the majority of tickets for every game at the same time. The change was made after consulting with City Matters, the Club’s formal fan engagement program. This decision intended to remove the anticipation that people previously had of needing to be online on the morning when each game went on sale.

The decision has proven to be a good one, as the available tickets have been sold out, with the matches against Manchester United, Arsenal, and other top teams selling out within the first 24 hours. The club has yet to release some tickets for all games to spread the cost to anyone wanting to attend multiple games. The second and final wave of tickets will be on offer next month. The Manchester-based club are also continuing with their expansion of the North Stand, which will see capacity increase to over 60,000.

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Guardiola noticeably asked the Manchester City supporters to make more noise, especially against West Ham last season, when Guardiola was seen turning around to the fans, seemingly asking them to get behind their team and get the atmosphere going. Seeing the performance of the ticket sales, it seems the coach won’t have to do that again. The Blues have won every single game they have played at home in 2023, with their last dropped points coming on New Year's Eve against Everton and are expected to guard their fortress in the coming season.