Wolves v City | Premier League | Pep Guardiola press conference | 13:30 (UK)
A busy week begins when manager Pep Guardiola faces the media from 13:30 BST (1:30pm UK) ahead of City's trip to Molineux.
As always, you can follow the press conference live on mancity.com and our official app.
Should you be unable to watch as it unfolds, then rest assured that both a written review and video recap will be available soon after its conclusion.
Wolves v City | Premier League | 20:15 (UK)
A midweek trip to Molineux for Guardiola's men under the floodlights in another crucial league encounter.
The game will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD, while those living elsewhere around the globe can check out our TV listings here.
Kick-off is scheduled for 20:15 (8:15pm UK) and you can follow minute-by-minute updates, analysis and reaction via our Matchday Centre on mancity.com and our official app, as well as the best of the action on Twitter: @ManCity.
A comprehensive match report and post-match reaction will follow soon after the final whistle, while highlights and a Full Match Replay (via CITY+) will follow from midnight following the game.
You can also tune into our live matchday show - Matchday Live - with special guests engaging in pre-match discussion and post-match analysis from one hour prior to kick-off.
Available on all digital platforms, our matchday show offers the best City-centric build-up and reaction to all of our first team matches.
A bumper Friday includes two press conferences. First up is Guardiola previewing his side's trip to London to face the Hammers.
You can follow the boss' press conference live on mancity.com and the official Man City app, while a written review and video replay can also be accessed soon after its conclusion.
Shortly after, Gareth Taylor will be previewing his side's Women's FA Cup final clash against Chelsea.
You can hear the boss' thoughts ahead of the tie from 15:30, including the latest injury news as well as a full video replay.
The day ends in fine fashion with a series of events and activities in Manchester and across the globe to celebrate the tenth anniversary of '93:20' - City's dramatic first Premier League title triumph.
From 17:00, a documentary featuring interviews with members of the 2011/12 squad looking back on that famous day, including Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure, Mario Balotelli and Vincent Kompany will be released on CITY+.
The Club will also be hosting a special balloted event at Manchester’s Mayfield Depot for an evening of celebrations with 2,000 fans in attendance alongside members of the title-winning squad.
Sergio Aguero will be joined by former teammates with a series of interviews planned to take place throughout the night.
Fans around the globe will be able to join in the celebrations throughout the evening by following the Club’s content platforms which will capture highlights of the event along with exclusive interviews and backstage access.
As part of the Club’s 93:20 celebrations, Aguero’s legacy will be honoured through the unveiling of a statue designed and created by renowned sculptor, Andy Scott.
West Ham v City | Premier League | 14:00 (UK)
Chelsea v City | FA Women's FA Cup Final | 14:30 (UK)
A double-header to end the week, beginning with Guardiola's side taking on West Ham at the London Stadium.
The game will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
David James, Trevor Sinclair and Nedum Onuoha are in the Matchday Live studio offering their insight from 13:00, while a comprehensive match report plus the post-game thoughts of Pep Guardiola and players alike will follow soon after the final whistle.
Highlights from the London Stadium can be accessed from 17:45, while a Full Match Replay (via CITY+) will follow at midnight.
Then, from 14:30, City will be hoping to complete a domestic double when we lock horns with Chelsea in the Women's FA Cup final.
Our Wembley showdown will be shown live in the UK on BBC One, while you can also follow minute-by-minute updates, stats and analysis via our Matchday Centre on mancity.com and our official app.
The key moments of the action can also be followed over on Twitter, while a comprehensive match report and reaction will follow soon after the final whistle.
Highlights from Wembley Stadium, as well as a CITY+ Full Match Replay, can also be accessed from midday on Monday 16 May.