Kick off for that game will be at 12.30pm.
It’ll be a chance for fans to get a glimpse of potentially three American World Cup winning stars.
Spurs signed Alex Morgan in the summer – one of the biggest names in the women’s game – and City added Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle to the ranks.
Meanwhile, City’s Conti Cup group-stage fixtures have also been confirmed. They are as follows:
- Wednesday 7 October 2020 – MCWFC v Everton, 7pm KO at Academy Stadium
- Wednesday 4 November 2020 – Liverpool v MCWFC, 2pm KO at Prenton Park
- Thursday 19 November 2020 – Manchester United v MCWFC, 7pm at Leigh Sports Village
And several of our WSL kick-off times have now been confirmed – you can view those via our fixture page.
And City's UEFA Women's Champions League Round of 32 fixtures will be held on 9th/10th December and 15th/16th December, with draw details to follow.
All fixtures are subject to change.
Stay tuned to ManCity.com throughout the season for all the latest news and information.