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City's Asia Tour: Key info

WAITING GAME: The Houngkou Stadium in Shanghai will play host to one of City's Asia 2019 Tour matches

WAITING GAME: The Houngkou Stadium in Shanghai will play host to one of City's Asia 2019 Tour matches

City have left for China on the 2019 pre-season tour that will also take Pep Guardiola’s squad to Hong Kong SAR and Japan.

City will first take on Premier League rivals West Ham United in the Premier League Asia Trophy opener at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Center in Nanjing, China on Wednesday, July 17, kick off 1.30pm (BST).

Supporters wishing to buy tickets for the fixture can purchase them here

City will then move on to Shanghai where we will take part in either the PL Asia Trophy final or play-off, depending on results in our opening fixture, on Saturday, July 20.

That game will be staged at Shanghai’s Hongkou Football Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 10am or 12.30pm (BST).

Tickets for this fixture are available here

City's games in China can be watched live on the new Man City for TV OTT streaming app (excluding UK and Ireland)

The tour then moves location to Hong Kong SAR where City will take on Hong Kong SAR Premier League champions Kitchee FC on Wednesday, July 24.

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The game will be staged at the Hong Kong Stadium, kick-off 1pm (BST) and tickets are on sale here

Pep Guardiola’s Fourmidables then wrap up our trip to Asia by flying to Japan where, on Saturday July 27, we will play City Football Group's sister club Yokohama F Marinos.

The game will be staged at the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, kick-off 11.30am (BST).

Our games in Hong Kong SAR and Japan will be streamed live on the Man City for TV app.

You can visit our dedicated Asia tour page here

Supporters can also visit https://www.premierleague.com/asia-trophy for further information and access to buy tickets.

Premier League Asia Trophy details

Alongside City, Newcastle United, West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are also competing in the biennial tournament.

The tournament will take place in two locations, Nanjing and Shanghai, giving more fans the opportunity to enjoy the Premier League experience and see a world-class line-up of players and managers.

All four teams will play in a double-header at Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre on Wednesday 17 July, followed by the third-fourth place playoff and the final, which will both be staged at Shanghai’s Hongkou Stadium on Saturday 20 July.

City's Asia Tour fixtures

Wednesday, July 17

West Ham United v Manchester City (Premier League Asia Trophy) – Nanjing Olympic Sports Center, Nanjing 1.30pm BST

 Further information

Saturday July 20

TBC v Manchester City (Premier League Asia Trophy) – Hongkou Stadium; Shanghai- 11am or 1.30pm BST 

 Further information

Wednesday, July 24

Kitchee FC v Manchester City – Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong SAR  – 1pm BST

 Further information

Saturday, July 27

Yokohama F Marinos v Manchester City – Nissan Stadium; Yokohama – 11.30m BST

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