Manchester City and Asahi Super Dry have today announced their first collaborative digital collectible drop, Brewed for Treble Success.
As we approach the last Treble Trophy Tour stop of 2023, which celebrates the Club’s most historic Treble winning season, this latest collection follows the success of City’s existing drops, as the club continues to build its presence and collector community in the NFT space.
Brewed for Treble Success depicts some of the most iconic and memorable moments from the 2022/23 Premier League Season. This collaborative collection, created by Asahi Super Dry, comprises four pieces; Derby Day Domination, Undefeated, A Giant Step Towards the Title, and Trophy Parade.
The digital collectible collection will consist of 84 editions, commemorating the remarkable number of points City achieved by winning 28 games during the 2022/23 Premier League Season. There will be 20 static digital collectibles and 1 dynamic digital collectible available of each piece.
As part of Manchester City’s Treble Trophy Tour presented by OKX, the digital collectibles will be on display at a match screening at the Pier 70 Atrium (Historic Pier 70, 555 20th Street) in San Francisco on Sunday December 3rd, as the Club take on Spurs in the Premier League.
The Brewed for Treble Success collection will drop on Friday 1st December 2023 - Look out for more details by following official Manchester City channels.
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