Another busy week kicks off with the spotlight fixed firmly on Europe.
Pep Guardiola’s side will jet out to Portugal as we continue our Champions’ League Group C campaign away to FC Porto.
It’s Matchday Five in the Champions League as City tackle Porto in Portugal, as we seek to make it five group wins on the bounce and so seal top spot in the group
The action gets under way at 8pm (UK). The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport while fans living elsewhere can check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in from their country.
Wherever you are in the world, you can watch our City-centric We’re Not Really Here matchday show on all our digital channels.
Cel Spellman will be presenting the show and joined by special guests Richard Dunne and Shaun Wright-Phillips with We’re Not Really Here live on air from one hour before kick-off.
If you’re unable to watch on TV, then mancity.com is the place to be as we’ll have minute by minute updates in our Matchday Centre and you can also follow the action as it unfolds via our Twitter account @ManCity.
Our Elite Development Squad are back in Premier League 2 action as we look to build on last weekend’s magnificent 7-2 win away at Liverpool.
Enzo Maresca’s exciting side play host to Brighton Under-23s at the Academy Stadium with the action getting underway at 1pm.
CITY+ subscribers will be able to watch the action live on our digital channels.
Meanwhile, the first team focus switches back to the Premier League as the build-up continues ahead of Saturday’s latest home clash against Fulham.
Pep Guardiola will speak to the media ahead of the game with the manager's press conference due to start at 13:30pm (UK).
It’s a double matchday with our first team and high-flying Under-18s sides both in action.
First up, Carlos Vicens’ Under-18s side continue our Under-18 Premier League North campaign at home to Derby County Under-18s.
Then the spotlight falls on our first team who are back in Premier League action at the Etihad as we play host to Fulham with kick-off set for 3pm.
In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport and, as always, you can enjoy City-centric analysis by tuning into our We’re Not Really Here matchday show.
We’ll have special guests on hand to provide their thoughts and analysis across all our digital channels from one hour before kick-off.
Another action-packed week is rounded off by our women's team who return to FA Women's Super League action with a home clash against Everton.
Just a month after overcoming the Toffees in the FA Cup final, Gareth Taylor's squad will lock horns once again with the Merseysiders at the Academy Stadium.
Kick-off is 2.30pm and the action will be screened live on BT Sport.