Manchester City have announced that they would hosting a ‘series of events and activities’ in the city and across the world to celebrate the anniversary of 93:20.
On 13 May, the defending Premier League champions will celebrate 10 years since Sergio Aguero’s iconic goal in the dying embers of the final match of the 2011/12 campaign, in which the striker scored the winner against QPR and City were crowned Premier League winners for the first time.
The club are putting on a special balloted event at Manchester’s Mayfield Depot with 2,000 fans in attendance, alongside members of the title-winning squad including Sergio Aguero himself.
There will be a series of interviews with the players planned to take place and there will also be the chance for fans to take pictures and meet their heroes.
The Club will broadcast the evening on their various platforms with highlights, exclusive interviews and backstage access, so fans around the globe can join in from home.
As part of the 93:20 celebrations, Aguero’s legacy will be honoured as his long-awaited statue is unveiled - designed and created by renowned sculptor, Andy Scott.
The Argentine’s statue will join those of City heroes, Vincent Kompany and David Silva.
City confirmed that they will publish further information on how to enter the ballot in the coming days.