The City squad will fly out to Croatia before Pep Guardiola will be joined by a player for his pre-match media briefing ahead of our final Champions League Group C clash away to Dinamo Zagreb.
It is a double match day with both our Under 19 side and first team in European action.
First up, Paul Harsley's youngsters face Dinamo Zagreb Under-19s in a pivotal final UEFA Youth League encounter. A victory is paramount if City are to progress from the group stages. With five games played, Atalanta are currently top with 10 points, Dinamo are second on eight points with City a point behind.
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The action gets underway at 12pm (GMT) in the Croatian capital and we'll have a report and reaction on that game on our website and Twitter: @ManCityAcademy.
Six hours later the first team round off our Group C campaign away to Dinamo Zagreb at the Stadion Maksimir in an 5.55pm (GMT) kick-off. City are already through to the last 16 and assured of top spot but we will want to sign off the group stages with a flourish.
In the UK the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport. Here on mancity.com we'll have live updates during the build-up and right through until after full-time in our Matchday Centre as well as on Twitter.
Our attentions turn back towards the Premier League ahead of Sunday’s trip to London to tackle Arsenal
Pep Guardiola will hold his pre-match press conference at 1.30pm and you can get the latest updates on our website or on Twitter.
Gareth Taylor’s high-flying Academy team are back in action here at the CFA as we play host to West Brom Under 18s.
City are riding high and currently top the Under 18 Premier League North table by five points.
It’s a triple match day as we end another busy week with a flurry of activity.
First up, Paul Harsley’s EDS squad resume Premier League 2 action at home to Tottenham here at the CFA.
Kick-off is 12 noon and we’ll have have a report and reaction on the game on our website and carry match updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy.
That’s then followed by another important FA Women’s Super League encounter for Nick Cushing's City squad.
We play host to Brighton at the Academy Stadium seeking a return to winning ways after Sunday’s 2-1 loss to Chelsea.
Kick-off is 2pm. The game is available to watch on the BBC red button but, as always, we’ll have live updates on our @ManCityWomen Twitter account as well as a full post-match report and all the post-match reaction here on mancity.com.
Pep Guardiola’s champions then round off the day with a crucial Premier League assignment away at Arsenal with kick-off at the Emirates slated for 4.30pm.
The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK. Here on mancity.com we'll have live updates during the build-up and right through until after full-time in our Matchday Centre as well as on Twitter.