Manchester City FC launches seventh NFT “Space Ballers” collection in collaboration with digital artist Jonathan Nash and MakersPlace

The English club Manchester City, presented its seventh NFT collection called “Space Ballers”. It will feature unique artwork and the collaboration of Jonathan Nash, digital artist and the alliance with MakersPlace, a marketplace for non-fungible tokens.

The Manchester City FCone of the most important clubs in the world of soccer today, presented its new and seventh NFT collection. This was called “Space Ballers” and featured the collaboration of renowned digital artist Jonathan Nash and a strategic alliance with MakersPlace, one of the leading marketplaces in the non-fungible token industry.

After the great success of the NFTs in commemoration of International Women’s Day and the International Women’s Day along with the large non-fungible token project Power Of WomenManchester City continues on its path of innovation in the NFTs space and announced its seventh launch on April 25th 8:30 PM UK time.

As I mentioned earlier, this new project was dubbed “Space Ballers” and features multiple unique artworks created in collaboration with artist Jonathan Nash.

According to the official press release from Manchester Citythe digital pieces show City astronauts honing their skills at an extraterrestrial training center as they continue their journey to the blue moon.

The goal of the club where different stars such as Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish and Julian Alvarez, among many others, play is for these new non-fungible tokens to continue to showcase the Club’s innovative and creative approach, while continuing to build the presence and community of digital collectors filled with fans of soccer, art and new technologies.

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The artwork captures soccer training in a creative yet fun way. Also, it attempts to highlight the precision and passion behind the style of play that Manchester City FC champions.

On the other hand, as part of the launch, it was confirmed that there will be an exclusive raffle for collectors, meaning that some of the owners of the artworks in this new collection will be chosen to each receive a unique and rare piece in NFT format.

This collection will be launched on April 25 at 8:30 PM UK time through one of the leading non-fungible token marketplaces in the industry, MakersPlace. MakersPlacewhich has over 115,000 followers on Twitter.

The most important statements of the people who gave birth to Space Ballers

One of the first people to speak out on the subject after the launch of this new NFT collection was Nuria TarréDirector of Marketing and Fan Experience for the City Football GroupTarré said that they are excited to launch this new project after the great success of the last collection in commemoration of International Women’s Day together with Power Of Woman.

He also added that these first projects that the Club is launching are historic, as they are showing the great ongoing commitment that the Institution has with the NFT space and show how new collaborations are being formed with outstanding creators and talented projects.

Finally, he said they are very happy with Jonathan’s help because he has created an exceptional and fun piece of digital artwork, combining his signature style with the intellectual property of Man City.

Another of the influential people in this project who spoke about it was Craig PalmerCEO of MakersPlace. He added that they are very happy to work with Manchester City and Jonathan Nash, as they have been working together for many years.

In addition, Palmer added that Manchester City FC was the first soccer club to collaborate and launch NFTs with MakersPlace and to this day, remains a market innovator.

About Jonathan Nash, he added that he is a respected creator of NFTs and they are excited to present this incredible project together with him and the English club.

Jonathan Nashwho was in charge of artistically producing the collection, also spoke out and said that being a huge soccer fan, it was an honor to be able to collaborate with one of the biggest clubs in the world for the launch of Space Ballers.

Finally, he ended his remarks by saying that he wanted to take a fun approach to what a training facility in space would be like and consequently, he has combined soccer training drills with pinball elements, with the goal of creating a satisfying loop.

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Written by Rodrigo Catalan (TW: @RodrigoCatalanB) for NFT Express.