Our game at home to Aston Villa, originally scheduled as our opening fixture on Saturday 12 September, has been postponed, allowing us extra time to recover from our involvement in the Champions League tournament in Portugal.
The first Manchester derby of the season takes place on Saturday 12 December at Old Trafford, with the return match at the Etihad on Saturday 6 March.
On Boxing Day, we face Newcastle United at home, and our first match of 2021 will be away at Chelsea on January 2.
City’s Premier League season will end on Sunday 23 May as we welcome Everton to the Etihad.
Our FA Cup involvement will begin in the third round on the weekend of Saturday 9 January, with the final set for Saturday 15 May.
And our defence of the Carabao Cup gets under way at the third-round stage, due to take place on Wednesday 23 September - with the final on Sunday 28 February. Can we make it four in a row?
There are four week-long international breaks scheduled, beginning September 2, October 7, November 11 and March 24.
Saturday 12 September - Aston Villa H (Postponed – new date/time tbc)
Saturday 19 September - Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Saturday 26 September - Leicester City H
Saturday 3 October - Leeds United A
Saturday 17 October - Arsenal H
Saturday 24 October - West Ham United A
Saturday 31 October - Sheffield United A
Saturday 7 November - Liverpool H
Saturday 21 November - Tottenham Hotspur A
Saturday 28 November - Burnley H
Saturday 5 December - Fulham H
Saturday 12 December - Manchester United A
Wednesday 16 December - West Bromwich Albion H
Saturday 19 December - Southampton A
Saturday 26 December - Newcastle United H
Monday 28 December - Everton A
Saturday 2 January - Chelsea A
Wednesday 13 January - Brighton & Hove Albion H
Saturday 16 January - Crystal Palace H
Tuesday 26 January - West Bromwich Albion A
Saturday 30 January - Sheffield United H
Tuesday 2 February - Burnley A
Saturday 6 February - Liverpool A
Saturday 13 February - Tottenham Hotspur H
Saturday 20 February - Arsenal A
Saturday 27 February - West Ham United H
Saturday 6 March - Manchester United H
Saturday 13 March - Fulham A
Saturday 20 March - Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Saturday 3 April - Leicester City A
Saturday 10 April - Leeds United H
Saturday 17 April - Aston Villa A
Saturday 24 April - Southampton H
Saturday 1 May - Crystal Palace A
Saturday 8 May - Chelsea H
Wednesday 12 May - Newcastle United A
Saturday 15 May - Brighton & Hove Albion A
Sunday 23 May - Everton H
All fixtures a subject to change – stay tuned to ManCity.com for all the latest news and fixture amendments.
2020/21 Season Preparations
The Club has begun preparing to welcome supporters back and over the coming weeks we will be sharing information regarding our plans for seasonal membership and match tickets.
In the meantime, we are asking supporters to help us with our preparations by reviewing your personal details and contact information, updating them if necessary. This will enable us to fulfil the requirements of the Government’s Track and Trace scheme. Further information for Seasoncard holders is available here.
If you’re not a Seasoncard holder, but would like to keep up to date with the latest news, including updates on tickets and potential opportunities to purchase* for the 20/21 Season, you should register for a Cityzens Matchday membership.*Subject to government guidelines and any qualifying sales criteria.