Another busy week kicks off with our Under-21s who are back in EFL Trophy action with a trip to tackle Scunthorpe United, kick-off 7pm.
Enzo Maresca’s youngsters will be looking to build on our excellent 3-0 win at Mansfield Town in our opening group stage game earlier this month.
City are back in midweek action as we continue our 2020/21 Carabao Cup campaign with a fourth round clash away to Burnley, kick-off 7pm
Kick-off at Turf Moor is at 7pm (BST). In the UK the match is not being televised but is being streamed on CarabaoCup.live, whilst fans living abroad should check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in from around the world.
Live commentary will also be available for the game to CITY+ subscribers with Alistair Mann joined by former City midfielder Michael Brown to run the rule over the action.
The early focus is off the pitch as we await news of the group stage draw for the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League.
The ceremony in Nyon, Switzerland gets underway at 4pm UK time with City one of four English clubs in the draw, along with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Also in Nyon, the winners of the 2019/20 UEFFA awards will be announced with Kevin De Bruyne on the three man shortlist for the Men’s Player of the Year award and Lucy Bronze up for the Women’s Player of the Year award.
Attention then switches to our women’s side with City tackling Arsenal in an eagerly-awaited semi-final of the 2019/20 Women’s FA Cup at the Academy Stadium.
Kick-off is 7.15pm with the game being televised live on BBC 2.
The focus switches back to the Premier League and Saturday’s latest assignment away to Leeds United.
Pep Guardiola will again be sitting down to face the media ahead of the trip across the Pennines to Elland Road via video call on Friday afternoon, when we’ll bring you his thoughts and the latest injury news as it arrives.
It’s a double matchday with both our Under-18s and men’s first teams in action.
First up is an eagerly-awaited first Manchester derby of the season with Carlos Vicens’ high-flying Under-18s playing host to United at the CFA.
Kick-off is at 2pm and we’ll have live updates on our Twitter account @ManCityAcademy and will also carry a report on our website straight after the game.
Then the focus switches to the Premier League and a first top-flight clash between Leeds and City in 16 years, with kick-off at Elland Road slated for 5.30pm.
Once again, We’re Not Really Here is the show to watch beforehand. Beginning at 4.30pm (BST), our presenters and guests are yet to be confirmed, but it promises to be the perfect mix of City chat and good humour to get you in the mood for the big game.
We’ll return to the show for a brief precis at half-time and then be back on air for half an hour straight after full time to digest all the action and big talking points.
In the UK you can watch the game live on Sky Sports, whilst fans living abroad can check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in from around the world.
It’s another twin match day with our EDS and Women’s side back in action to round another busy week.
First up, the spotlight falls on Gareth Taylor’s side who resume our FA Women’s Super League campaign with an important home clash against Tottenham Hotspur.
Kick-off at the Academy Stadium is at 12.30pm and we’ll have live updates from the game on our Twitter site @ManCityWomen as well as carrying a match report and all the post-match reaction on www.mancity.com
Then the focus switches to our EDS youngsters who resume PL2 action when we make the short trip to Merseyside to take on Everton.