With a recent Barclays Premier League win under its belt, it seems Manchester City is flying high.
Its corporate fans could be doing so too, after the club announced it is set to upgrade its facilities for VIP guests – which could create plenty of bar work for those looking for a hospitality job.
The boys in blue will be installing private 'ambassador booths' in the newly named Connell Club, which replaces the club's Boardroom experience, and these will allow up to 220 guests to enjoy fine dining both on and off match days.
A second corporate hospitality suite, The Mancunian, will also be refurbished and able to hold up to 250 diners.
Work will start on the new facilities soon to ensure the club is ready to face the next season with completely overhauled hospitality suites.
Justice Ellis, marketing manager at City, commented: "We wanted to match what we have achieved on the pitch with our hospitality offer, and we're thrilled with the look and feel of these plans in anticipation of what is to come at the Etihad Stadium next season.
"Both the Connell Club and The Mancunian have been meticulously planned to represent the aspects on which the club is formed, from a proud history, unique culture and loyal fan-base."
He added that Manchester City is a global brand that is proud of its roots, and wants to express its character in the way it provides "unrivalled" experiences for its fans.
"Our vision is to develop world-class facilities for the future. This extends to our match and non-match day hospitality, where concepts such as the Harvey Nichols box, new hospitality areas, City Square and the EA SPORTS dug-out create unique and exciting experiences for all of our fans and guests, every time they visit."
Those looking for bar jobs in Manchester and other parts of the UK may find more employment opportunities become available as stadia around the country put on events to celebrate the Olympic Games and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year, along with other important football fixtures.
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