Manchester Sports Guides


Chill Factore & Airkix

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Peel Avenue should be renamed Adrenaline Avenue! If you want some real authentic snow and adrenaline experiences but the budget for your hen or stag weekend in Manchester is not quite like the cast of Made in Chelsea, then head to Chill Factore and Airkix within the Peel Avenue area of Manchester. Chill Factore offers […]

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Lancashire County Cricket Club

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Home to Lancashire County Cricket Club or their more snazzy title of Lancashire Lightning, Manchester’s premier cricket ground is, like its footballing neighbour, called Old Trafford. Again reachable from the Old Trafford tram stop directly outside the ground it provides a cracking venue for all types of cricket from England test games to Lancashire twenty […]

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Manchester City Football Club

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The Blue Moon revolution on the east side of Manchester’s footballing divide is alive and well following an Arabian Eastlands revolution that has brought much needed investment in the club and its playing staff. Roberto Mancini  has recently spent over £100 million on bringing in world class superstars that any football fan would be pleased […]

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Manchester United Football Club

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Still widely recognised as one of the biggest, most successful and famous football clubs in the world, Manchester United (the red side of the city) has a pedigree that is second-to-none. Old Trafford, or as it’s commonly called the “Theatre of Dreams”, has now claimed its position as the largest football ground in the Premier […]

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Salford City Reds

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Football and cricket not your thing – well why not try a bit of Super League rugby at the famous old ground, The Willows, with the Salford City Reds. Promoted back into the Super League where they belong and with ambitious plans for the future with a brand new stadium in the offing the Reds […]

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