- Pictures from Manchester City’s Champions League winning party have been released
- The room cost £1,600 a night and the entire party is believed to have cost £100,000
- Jack Grealish led the party, and the England winger was seen DJing and rapping.
Pictures of the aftermath of Manchester City’s boozy epic Champions League victory party have been released.
Players, their families and backroom staff returned to their hotels at 3am and partyed until dawn.
Jack Grealish led the party, which was held on the outdoor terrace of the JW Marriott Hotel in Istanbul. Hotel room rates are £1,600 per night.
When he posted a video of himself on his Instagram, he saw a DJ rapping in the background playing intense disco music.
Earlier, he was spotted singing Man City’s version of Fleetwood Mac’s hit “Everywhere” in the changing rooms at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium after the final whistle blew.
Another video shows the party still going strong outside at nearly 4:30 a.m., as dawn breaks in Istanbul.
Other photos show ticker tape littering the floor, glittery balls and empty beer bottles littering the dance floor.
The venue was also dotted with TV screens with the caption ‘Champions of Europe 2022/23’ and the celebration continued until 8:30am.
“It was a frenzied night and everyone was in high spirits,” said an insider. who can blame them? The team had just won the Champions League, so they deserved a party.
“Jack was the star of the show, DJing and singing until the sun was up and high in the sky. It was almost 9am when the players started to go back to their rooms.”
The party is believed to have cost £100,000, but for Man City’s billionaire owner Sheikh Mansour, it could have been little change. Mansoor was in the crowd on Saturday night for only his second match in 13 years since taking over the club in 2008. .
Grealish’s father Lee, who was also spotted out for an early Sunday walk, said “wonderful” when asked how he felt. wonderful. Up the city. Please go up to the villa. 』
After only three hours of sleep, the players boarded a bus to return to Manchester on an Etihad Airways plane painted in the club’s blue and white.
The mischievous Grealish was seen sticking his head out of the roof window of the bus as the fans departed with applause and cheers.
Erling Haaland posted a picture of himself smoking a giant cigar on his Instagram, then shared the photo with Grealish in blue face paint, writing, “I love this guy.” added.
After Saturday night’s game, wives and girlfriends showed up on the Olympic Stadium pitch to share a rousing celebration.
Pep Guardiola, full-time in tears, sealed the win with a passionate kiss from his wife Cristina as players, coaches and staff celebrated on the pitch with their families. “That’s what it says on the stars. It’s ours and we did it,” he said, admitting the match was much closer than expected.
Harland celebrated with his girlfriend Isabelle Johansen, 19. “It’s great to be here with my father and mother to do something like this,” said Harland, who wore the Norwegian flag.