Manchester City FC Treble Victory Parade: Monday 12th June11th Jun 2023
Manchester City FC Treble Victory Parade
Monday 12 June, 6:30pm–7:15pm
Important road closure and parking restriction information
Manchester City FC have won the Treble (the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League).
As part of the celebrations, an open-top bus will journey through the city centre, travelling along a planned route from Deansgate to Princess Street.
The Parade will travel along the following route from 6:30pm:
Deansgate – St Mary’s Gate, Cross Street, King Street, Brown Street, Booth Street, Nicholas Street, George Street, Princess Street.
This will be followed by a Trophy lift on Oxford Street.
For the parade and presentation to take place there will be a number of road closure.
Sunday 11th June 06:00 – Tuesday 13th June 06:00
•Oxford Street – Mount Street to Chepstow /Portland St
•Hall Street – Bale Street to Oxford Street
Monday 12th June
12:00 – 24:00
• Portland Street – Oxford Street to Princess Street
•Oxford Street – Portland to Whitworth
•Chepstow – Great Bridgewater to Oxford Road
12:00 – 21:00
•Deansgate – Liverpool Road to Blackfriars Street
14:00 – 21:00
• St Mary Gate – Deansgate to Market Street
•Market Street – St Mary’s Gate to Cross Street
•Cross Street – Market Street to Albert Square (2CC running from 20:00)
15:00 – 22:00
•King Street – Cross Street to Brown Street
•Brown Street – King Street to Booth Street
•Booth Street – Brown Street to Mosley Street
•Nicholas Street – Mosley Street to Faulkner Street
•George Street – Charlotte Street to Princess Street
• Princess Street – Cooper Street to George Street
•Back George Street – Princess Street to Dickinson Street
•Dickenson Street – back George Street to George Street
Reverse one-way roads
• St Ann’s Street
• St James Street – Portland st to Dickenson Street
•Dickenson Street – close from St James Street towards Portland Street
Access to premises
Access to and from these roads will be controlled between these hours when it is safe to do so. Stewards will be on site at key locations to direct you should you need access Manchester City Council will endeavour to minimise the duration of these closures. Barriers will be removed, and roads reopened after the crowds have dispersed. On the day, stewards will be positioned along the route to provide help.
Parking suspensions will be in operation along the route. Further details can be found at tfgm.com/mcfc-parade
The alcohol bylaw that prohibits the consumption of alcohol in public will be enforced.
A controlled capacity finish point will be created on Oxford Street. There will be public access to this area from 5.00pm on a first come, first served basis. This will be free to access – no tickets are required. The event ends 8:15pm.