This year, Manchester City want to tell their season story differently. It’s been a year like no other, and they want to acknowledge that, as well as highlight the incredible work
that has been going on throughout some extremely challenging times.
This timeline shows how the Club has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic between February and June 2020.
City beat West Ham 2-0 in what would
be our last home game in-front of fans in 2019-20.
City play Manchester United away in the last Premier League game before the season is paused.
The Premier League is officially postponed until 4 April after several teams are forced to self-isolate. The League would not resume until 17 June.
Manchester City and Manchester United donate a combined £100,000 to help food banks in Greater Manchester meet increased demand from vulnerable people as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Club announce that directly engaged matchday casual workers will be paid in full for the fixtures they were scheduled to work and matchday casual workers will also receive a payment, based on pro-rata earnings over the last three months, applied across the 2019-20 season’s remaining five home fixtures.
Raheem Sterling and Steph Houghton feature alongside some of the nation’s top footballers, managers, cricket and basketball players to unite in supporting the NHS #StayHomeSaveLives social media campaign.
City launch a new online resource – Cityzens at Home – allowing fans to remain close to the Club during the COVID-19 outbreak through behind-the-scenes content, educational and entertainment resources for the whole family.
The Club make facilities at the Etihad Stadium available to the NHS in the front-line battle against the coronavirus pandemic.
Kevin De Bruyne and Steph Houghton supported Greater Manchester Police's #StayHomeSaveLives campaign over the Easter weekend with video messages to encourage communities to follow government advice.
The messages were subsequently shared across Greater Manchester on a mobile media van which visited various locations across the region.
Facilities at the Etihad Campus offered to 26,000 NHS staff for rest and relaxation.
Star striker Sergio Agüero joins Sir David Attenborough and Professor Brian Cox as guest teachers on BBC Bitesize's at-home education resource site.
The centre is one of the largest in England.
All General Admission Seasoncard holders offered a full refund equating to the value of the remaining six home Premier League matches. Supporters who had purchased individual match tickets for Premier League or Cup fixtures (whether home or away) also receive a full refund.
The first team squad return to small group training at the CFA for the first time since the league was suspended in March.
City launch a new three-part documentary series, City Restart, a behind-the-scenes look at the process of bringing players and staff back to restart the 2019-20 Premier League Season.
Esports players from eight CFG clubs, plus City players Sergio Agüero, Alex Zinchenko, Ellie Roebuck and Georgia Stanway, took part in the tournament which took place across eight hours.
CFG launch a 12-month recovery campaign bringing together its nine clubs, thousands of staff, players and coaches, and millions of fans to help communities get back on their feet in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Premier League resumes with City v Arsenal, with City running out 3-0 winners. The game, shown live on Sky, was watched by 3.4m viewers.
Khaldoon Al Mubarak on the ecosystem that delivered this season’s historic domestic trophy haul.
Ferran Soriano on working to become one of the most consistently successful clubs in the world.
Rooted in community since 1894, we continue to find ways to give back in Manchester and around the world.