Gareth Taylor’s side host our cross-city rivals on Sunday 11 December, with kick-off scheduled for 12:30 (UK).
It sees two of the WSL’s pre-season title favourites do battle in one of the most hotly anticipated fixtures in the calendar.
A crowd of 31,213 witnessed the first professional matchup between the two sides back in 2019, when Caroline Weir’s long-range strike earned City a 1-0 triumph at the Etihad.
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But with the latest derby still over five weeks away, sales have already exceeded that impressive figure
It's a fixture which has conjured some incredible moments over the years, with Gareth Taylor's side remaining unbeaten on home soil against United in all competitions.
The match will also represent the first that City fans can witness at the Etihad after the World Cup, with the Premier League taking a midseason break after Pep Guardiola’s side host Brentford on Saturday 12 November.
Tickets are still available to cheer on Gareth Taylor’s side in what is sure to be an historic encounter, you can find out more information here.