List of Manchester City F.C. records and statistics


List of Manchester City F.C. records and statistics

This article lists various statistics related to Manchester City Football Club.

All stats accurate as of 8 September 2010.

Contents

Honours

  • First Division (highest tier)[1]
    • Champions (2): 1937, 1968
    • Runners-up (3): 1904, 1921, 1977
  • First Division/Second Division (second tier)
    • Champions (7, record holders): 1899, 1903, 1910, 1928, 1947, 1966, 2002
    • Runners-up (4): 1896, 1951, 1989, 2000
  • League Cup
    • Winners (2): 1970, 1976
    • Runners-up (1): 1974
  • Charity Shield
    • Winners (3): 1937, 1968, 1972
    • Runners-up (5): 1934, 1956, 1969, 1973, 2011

Player of the Year Awards

Each season since the end of the 1966–67 season, the members of the Manchester City Official Supporters Club have voted by ballot to choose the player on the team they feel is the most worthy of recognition for his performances during that season. The table in the linked main article above lists all of the recipients of this award since its inception.

Appearances

Name Years League FA Cup League Cup Europe Othera Total[3][4]
England Oakes, AlanAlan Oakes 1959–1976 561 (3) 41 (0) 46 (1) 17 (0) 11 (0) 676   (4)
England Corrigan, JoeJoe Corrigan 1967–1983 476 (0) 37 (0) 52 (0) 27 (0) 12 (1) 604   (1)
England Doyle, MikeMike Doyle 1967–1978 441 (7) 44 (0) 23 (0) 20 (0) 37 (0) 565   (7)
Germany Trautmann, BertBert Trautmann 1949–1964 508 (0) 33 (0) 4 (0) 00 (0) 0 (0) 545   (0)
England Bell, ColinColin Bell 1966–1979 393 (1) 33 (1) 40 (0) 23 (1) 9 (0) 498   (3)
England Brook, EricEric Brook 1928–1939 450 (0) 41 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 2 (0) 493   (0)b
England Booth, TommyTommy Booth 1968–1981 380 (2) 27 (0) 44 (2) 26 (0) 11 (0) 487   (4)
England Summerbee, MikeMike Summerbee 1965–1975 355 (2) 34 (0) 36 (0) 16 (0) 8 (1) 449   (3)
England Power, PaulPaul Power 1975–1986 358 (7) 28 (0) 37 (1) 7 (1) 7 (1) 437   (10)
Scotland Donachie, WillieWillie Donachie 1970–1980 347 (4) 21 (0) 40 (0) 13 (1) 12 (0) 433   (5)
a. Includes goals and appearances (including those as a substitute) in the Charity Shield and the now-defunct Anglo-Italian Cup, Anglo-Scottish Cup, Full Members' Cup and Texaco Cup.
b. Brook also played three games in the 1939–40 season, which were expunged from the records following the outbreak of the Second World War.

Goalscorers

  • Most goals scored : 178 - Eric Brook
  • Most League goals: 158 - Eric Brook / Tommy Johnson
  • Most League goals in a season: 38 - Tommy Johnson, Division 1, 1928–29
  • Most goals scored in a match: 6 - Denis Law v Luton Town, 28 January 1961
  • Most goals scored in European competition: 10 - Francis Lee

Overall scorers

Name Years League FA Cup League Cup Europe Othera Total[3][4]
England Brook, EricEric Brook 1928–1939 158 19 0 0 0 176b
England Johnson, TommyTommy Johnson 1920–1930 158 8 0 0 0 166
England Bell, ColinColin Bell 1966–1979 117 9 18 8 1 153
England Hayes, JoeJoe Hayes 1953–1965 142 9 1 0 0 152
Wales Meredith, BillyBilly Meredith 1894–1906
1921–1924
146 5 0 0 1 152
England Lee, FrancisFrancis Lee 1967–1974 112 7 14 10 5 148
England Browell, TommyTommy Browell 1913–1926 122 17 0 0 0 139
Scotland Gillespie, BillieBillie Gillespie 1897–1905 126 6 0 0 0 132
England Tilson, FredFred Tilson 1928–1938 110 22 0 0 0 132
England Roberts, FrankFrank Roberts 1922–1929 116 14 0 0 0 130
a. Includes goals in the Charity Shield, Test Matches and the now-defunct Anglo-Italian Cup, Anglo-Scottish Cup, Full Members' Cup and Texaco Cup. Wartime matches excluded.
b. Brook also scored one goal in the 1939–40 season, for which the fixtures were expunged from the records following the outbreak of the Second World War.

Transfers

Many transfer are undisclosed fees, and thus transfer fees are not accurate. Where players have signed/left on undisclosed fees, a reference is given for the estimated transfer fee from a reputable source.

Highest transfer fees paid

Name From Fee Date
1 Argentina Sergio Agüero Atlético Madrid £35M 2011
2 Brazil Robinho Real Madrid £32.5M[5] 2008
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko Wolfsburg £27M 2011
4 England James Milner Aston Villa £26M 2010
5 Argentina Carlos Tévez Media Sports Investments £25.5M 2009
6 France Samir Nasri Arsenal £25M 2011
7 Togo Emmanuel Adebayor Arsenal £25M 2009
8 Italy Mario Balotelli Internazionale £24M 2010
9 Spain David Silva Valencia £24M 2010
10 Côte d'Ivoire Yaya Touré Barcelona £24M[6] 2010

Highest transfer fees received

Name To Fee Date
1 England Shaun Wright-Phillips Chelsea £21M[7] 2005
2 Brazil Robinho Milan £18M[8] 2010
3 Germany Jérôme Boateng Bayern Munich £10M[9] 2011
4 Croatia Vedran Ćorluka Tottenham Hotspur £8.5M[10] 2008
5 France Nicolas Anelka Fenerbahçe S.K. £7M[11] 2005

Progression of record transfer fee paid

Fee Selling club Transferred player Transfer date Notes
£30 Bolton Wanderers England Gunn, JohnJohn Gunn 01896-10 October 1896 Earliest recorded transfer fee[12]
£250 Newton Heath Scotland Cassidy, JoeJoe Cassidy 01900-04 April 1900 [12]
£450 Glossop North End England Thornley, IrvineIrvine Thornley 01904-04 April 1904 [12][13]
£1,200 Norwich City Scotland Ross, DavidDavid Ross 01907-02 February 1907 [12]
£1,780 Everton England Browell, TommyTommy Browell 01913-10 October 1913 [12]
£2,500 Derby County England Barnes, HoraceHorace Barnes 01914-05 May 1914 [12]
£3,400 Bolton Wanderers England Roberts, FrankFrank Roberts 01922-10 October 1922 [12]
£4,700 Partick Thistle Scotland McMullan, JimmyJimmy McMullan 01926-02 February 1926 [12]
£10,000 Blackpool Northern Ireland Doherty, PeterPeter Doherty 01936-02 February 1936 [12]
£25,000 Swansea Town Wales Paul, RoyRoy Paul 01950-07 July 1950 [12]
£55,000 Huddersfield Town Scotland Law, DenisDenis Law 01960-03 March 1960 British record[12]
£60,000 Bolton Wanderers England Lee, FrancisFrancis Lee 01967-10 October 1967 [12]
£200,000 Queens Park Rangers England Marsh, RodneyRodney Marsh 01972-03 March 1972 [12]
£275,000 Sunderland England Tueart, DennisDennis Tueart 01974-03 March 1974 [12]
£275,000 Luton Town England Futcher, PaulPaul Futcher 01978-06 June 1978 [12]
£765,000 Preston North End Republic of Ireland Robinson, MichaelMichael Robinson 01979-09 September 1979
£1,450,277 Wolverhampton Wanderers England Daley, SteveSteve Daley 01979-09-05 5 September 1979 British record
£2.5m Wimbledon England Curle, KeithKeith Curle 01991-08-14 14 August 1991
£3m Portsmouth England Bradbury, LeeLee Bradbury 01997-07-30 30 July 1997
£3.65m West Ham United Costa Rica Wanchope, PauloPaulo Wanchope 02000-08-09 9 August 2000
£5m Preston North End Republic of Ireland Macken, JonJon Macken 02002-02-05 5 February 2002
£13m Paris Saint Germain France Anelka, NicolasNicolas Anelka 02002-06-07 7 June 2002
£19m CSKA Moscow Brazil de Assis Silva, João AlvesJoão Alves de Assis Silva 02008-07-02 2 July 2008 [14]
£32.5m Real Madrid Brazil Robinho 02008-09-01 1 September 2008 British record[15]
£35m Atlético Madrid Argentina Sergio Agüero 02011-07-28 28 July 2011 [16]

Records

Scorelines

  • Record League victory: 11–3 v Lincoln City, Division 2, 23 March 1895[17]
  • Record Cup victory: 12–0 v Liverpool Stanley, FA Cup Qual. Round, 4 October 1890
  • Record League defeat: 1–9 v Everton, Division 1, 3 September 1906[17]

Sequences

  • Most wins in a row: 9, 8 April – 28 September 1912[18]
  • Most home wins in a row: 16, 13 November 1920 – 27 August 1921
  • Most away wins in a row: 6, 7 March – 26 September 1903
  • Most draws in a row: 6, 5 April – 6 September 1913
  • Most home draws in a row: 6, 18 October – 20 December 1924
  • Most away draws in a row: 7, 9 September – 24 November 1990
  • Most defeats in a row: 8, 23 August – 14 October 1995
  • Most home defeats in a row: 5, 5 December 1987 – 23 January 1988
  • Most away defeats in a row: 14, 5 November 1892 – 13 January 1894
  • Longest unbeaten run: 22, 26 December 1936 – 1 May 1937 / 16 November 1946 - 19 April 1947
  • Longest unbeaten run at home: 41, 25 December 1919 – 19 November 1921
  • Longest unbeaten run away: 15, 26 December 1998 – 26 September 1999
  • Longest winless run: 17, 26 December 1979 – 7 April 1980
  • Longest winless run at home: 9, 26 December 1979 – 7 April 1980
  • Longest winless run away: 34,11 February 1986 – 17 October 1987

Seasonal

  • Most League goals in a season: 108 - 1926–27, 2001–2002[2]
  • Most points in a season (2 points per win): 62 - 1946–47, Second Division[2]
  • Most points in a season (3 points per win): 99 - 2001–2002, First Division[2]
  • Most League wins in a season: 31 – 2001–02
  • Most home League wins in a season: 19 – 1920–21, 2001–02
  • Most away League wins in a season: 12 – 2001–02

Internationals

Attendances

  • Highest home attendance: 84,569, 3 March 1934 (English football's highest home attendance)
  • Highest away attendance: 100,000 v Tottenham Hotspur, Wembley, FA Cup, 9 May 1981

Other

  • Most Clean Sheets in a season (total): 29[19] - Joe Hart, 2010-2011 season - in Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Europa League

Internationals

The following players represented their countries while playing for Manchester City (number of caps in brackets)

Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Belgium
Bermuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Cameroon
China
Costa Rica
Croatia
Denmark
Ecuador
England
Faroe Islands
  • Faroe Islands Gunnar Nielsen (5)
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Iceland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Liberia
Mexico
Montenegro
  • Montenegro Stefan Savić (7)
Netherlands
New Zealand
Northern Ireland
Norway
Paraguay
Qatar
  • Qatar Hussein Yasser
Republic of Ireland
Scotland
Serbia
Slovakia
  • Slovakia Vladimír Weiss (14)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
Togo
Tunisia
United States
Wales
Zimbabwe

*Players with no first team appearances.

References

General
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