Twenty-one players from our men and women’s teams have received call-ups so far, though there could yet be more as some nations are still to confirm their competition squads.
City players will feature at the Women’s World Cup, the UEFA Nations League, the Copa America, the African Cup of Nations and the European U21 Championships, while a further five have also been selected for Euro 2020 qualifying matches.
Take a look below to see who is playing where this summer…
Women’s World Cup
Ten of Nick Cushing’s squad have been selected by their national team.
Seven of those players will represent England, with Karen Bardsley, Steph Houghton, Jill Scott, Georgia Stanway, Demi Stokes, Keira Walsh and Ellen White, who officially joins the Club on 1 July, all called up by Phil Neville.
The Lionesses' tournament kicks-off against Scotland on 9 June, who have Jen Beattie, and Caroline Weir in their ranks.
Canada’s Janine Beckie is the final City representative, with her tournament getting under way on 10 June against Cameroon.
Group stage fixtures:
England: Scotland (1 June), Argentina (14 June), Japan (19 June).
Scotland: England (1 June), Japan (14 June), Argentina (19 June)
Canada: Cameroon (10 June), New Zealand (15 June), Netherlands (20 June).
BBC will have live coverage of every game across TV, radio and the Red Button.
UEFA Nations League
Five of Pep Guardiola’s squad will travel to Portugal in June, including the England quartet of Fabian Delph, Raheem Sterling, John Stones and Kyle Walker.
Sterling is in line to win his 50th cap when the Three Lions face the Netherlands in the semi-finals on 6 June.
Should they win, England will face Bernardo Silva’s Portugal or Switzerland in the final or third place play-off on 9 June.
In the UK, Sky Sports will broadcast all UEFA Nations League games live, with highlights on ITV.
A quintet of City players will take part in South America’s premier international tournament in Brazil.
The hosts have selected Ederson, Fernandinho and Gabriel Jesus, with the tireless midfielder set to reach a personal milestone of 50 appearances.
Sergio Aguero and Nicolas Otamendi have been included in Argentina’s 23-man squad and Kun is just one goal away from reaching 40 for La Albiceleste.
Group stage fixtures
Brazil: Bolivia (14 June), Venezuela (18 June), Peru (22 June).
Argentina: Colombia (15 June), Paraguay (19 June), Quatar (23 June).
African Cup of Nations
Algeria are yet to name their squad for the tournament, but Riyad Mahrez scored twice in qualification, and is likely to be on the plane to Egypt.
Their pre-tournament training camp begins on 3 June, with the first friendly scheduled for 11 June in Doha, which the City winger is expected to be involved in before the tournament starts on 23 June.
Group stage fixtures: Kenya (23 June), Senegal (27 June), Tanzania (1 July).
European U21 Championships
With six U21 caps to his name already, 18-year-old Phil Foden has been included in Aidy Boothroyd’s Young Lions squad.
The youngster has already tasted success at junior international level, having been named Player of the Tournament when England U17s lifted the World Cup in 2017.
Group stage fixtures: France (18 June), Romania (21 June), Croatia (24 June).
In the UK, you can watch the games live on Sky Sports, with highlights on ITV.
Euro 2020 qualifiers
Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan, Aro Muric, Leroy Sane and Oleksandr Zinchenko have all been called up by their respective countries for two European Championship qualifying matches.
Germany’s Gundogan and Sane travel to Belarus on 8 June, before facing Estonia in Mainz three days later.
De Bruyne will be looking to maintain Belgium’s 100% record when they play Kazakhstan (8 June) and Scotland (11 June), while Zinchenko could add to his 25 caps when Ukraine face Serbia and Luxembourg on 7 and 10 June respectively.
Muric will be hoping to retain his place in goal for Kosovo, who won their first European Championship qualifying point last time out. They face Montenegro on 7 June and Bulgaria three days later.