Why Man City won’t have Champions League winners’ badge on their kit next season

Manchester City has finally won the Champions League, but they won’t get to wear the famous prize on their shirts next season.

Why Man City won’t wear Champions League winners’ badge next season

On Saturday night in Istanbul, City beat Inter Milan 1-0 to win the Treble. At the Ataturk Olympic Stadium, it was a fight. Rodri’s well-timed finish made the difference, and Ederson made some key saves at the end to seal the deal.

But even though it was the first time in the club’s history that they won the Champions League, there won’t be a badge of the prize on the sky blue City shirt next season.

That’s because you can’t get the UEFA Badge of Honour just for winning Europe’s top tournament once.

It was made official at the start of the 2000/01 season. To get the famous prize, a club must win the European Championship either five times or three times in a row.

That means that the only teams that can wear it right now are Sevilla, Barcelona, Liverpool, Ajax, Bayern Munich, AC Milan, and Real Madrid. This is because Sevilla is crazy about the Europa League.

For now, that won’t worry Man City. Rodri, who won the game, was upset when he talked to BT Sport on the field after the game was over.

“I’m nervous. He said, “This is a dream come true.” “All these guys [the fans] around here have been waiting for, I don’t know, 20, 30, 40 years. I’ve been here just four but we deserve it. We were so close in the last few years, it’s a dream for all of us.”

And to remember what has been a record-breaking season, the Manchester Evening News has made a beautiful souvenir issue that shows how the Blues got to where they are now.

Mission Accomplished is a must-see review of the season. It has interviews, player profiles, analysis, a look back at the most important games, shots of the celebrations, and a Champions League winners poster.

It’s a great way to remember the Blues’ season, which has been one to remember.

You can order it online right now by clicking HERE.

Jack Grealish, a winger for City, was also moved to tears. “Isn’t that what you work for your whole life? I’m just so happy, man,” he said. “I really sucked at playing today, but I don’t care.

“It’s so cool that this group of players won the triple. Anyone who knows me knows how much I care about my family and how much I love sports and other stuff.

This is what I’ve worked for my whole life. You remember all the people who helped you along the way, and seeing my family in the crowd makes me cry.

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