City have reached the semi-final stage of the competition for the fourth time in five years under Pep Guardiola.
When is the draw?
The draw will take place at half-time of Leicester City’s 17:00 (UK) clash with Manchester United at the King Power Stadium on Sunday 21 March.
When will the ties take place?
The ties themselves are due to take place over the weekend of the 17/18 April.
As such, our scheduled fixture away at Aston Villa on Saturday 17 April will be moved to allow our FA Cup tie to take place.
Our semi-final clash will also cap off a potentially crucial week in the season, with our Champions League quarter-final second leg taking place in midweek.
How can I follow the draw?
The draw will be broadcast live on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer in the UK.
You can also find out who we come up against by keeping across mancity.com, our official app and on Twitter: @ManCity.
Which teams are involved?
City will be pitting their wits against one of the following…
1 Manchester City
3 Leicester City or Manchester United
4 Chelsea or Sheffield United
FA Cup calendar
Semi-finals: 17/18 April (Wembley Stadium)
Final: 15 May (Wembley Stadium)