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Luton vs Man City is set to be an interesting match up, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create an electric atmosphere on match day. Both clubs have a long and storied history, as Luton was formed in 1885 and Man City were founded as in 1880 as St. Marks’s before changing their name to Manchester City in 1894.

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Luton achieved promotion to the Premier League in 2023, and are keen to stay there. The club was the first in southern England to turn professional, and joined the Football League before the 1897-98 season. They won their first major honour, the Football League Cup, in 1988.

Luton has seen many legendary players over the years including Carlton Morris, Pelly Ruddock, Joe Payne, and Mick Harford.

Kenilworth Road

Luton’s home ground is Kenilworth Road, where they have played since 1905. Kenilworth Road is an 11,500 all-seater stadium and is situated in Bury Park in Bedfordshire. The ground has hosted women's and youth international matches, including the 1984 European Competition for Women's Football final.

Man City

Manchester City have a successful history, having won nine league titles, seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, six FA Community Shields, one UEFA Champions League, one European Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

Many great players have played for Man City over the years, and are still seen as heroes to the fans. Noteworthy players include David Silva, Vincent Kompany, Mike Summerbee and Bert Trautmann.

Etihad Stadium

The Etihad Stadium was built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games, and has been home to Man City since 2003. The ground has a domestic football capacity of 53,400 and is the sixth-largest football stadium in England and the ninth-largest in the UK.

The Etihad has also hosted a UEFA Cup final, England football internationals, rugby league matches and a boxing world title fight.