After another successful season in 2023/24, attention will soon turn towards the preparations for the 2024/25 campaign.

City are Premier League champions for a record fourth consecutive year after pipping Arsenal to the post on the final day of the season.

We also lifted the FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup trophies for the first time in the Club’s history.


In the women’s game, we lost the Barclays Women’s Super League title by goal difference to defending champions Chelsea.

At academy level, we earned the fourth FA Youth Cup success in our history with an emphatic defeat of Leeds United in the final at the Etihad Stadium.

After Sunday’s parade through central Manchester, all connected with the Club reflected on another great year for Manchester City.

Here we’ll look to what’s coming next...

EURO 2024 and Copa America

Many of our men’s squad will be with their national teams for much of the summer, as two of the biggest continental competitions take place.

Euro 2024 will see 24 European nations come together in Germany, starting on Friday 14 June and running until the final on Sunday 14 July.

Over in the United States, similar will be happening between as the 48th edition of the Copa America is played between 20 June and 14 July. 

It will see all 10 major footballing nations in South America and six representatives of North America face each other.

Squads for the tournaments are still to be finalised but it’s expected that you’ll be able to see the majority of our stars strutting their stuff at international level.

City players in Euro 2024 squads

Before then, our players will take part in friendlies on either side of the Atlantic Ocean to prepare for the tournaments.

We’ll update you on and our official app as squads are announced, while we’ll have match reports available soon after the final whistle blows in each game.

US Tour 2024

City head stateside for the bulk of our pre-season preparations this summer, with four matches across four states in late July and early August.

Viewers in the UK can watch every single game from the United States live on and our official app with a CITY+ subscription.


First, we take on Scottish champions Celtic at the Kenan Memorial Stadium in North Carolina.

That match will be played at 00:30 (UK) on Thursday 24 July, or 19:30 (EDT) on Wednesday 23 July if you’re heading to the game.

Then we head to the Yankee Stadium in New York to play AC Milan. That will be played at 23:00 (UK) on Saturday 27 July, or 18:00 as it will be in New York.

Next up is a meeting with Pep Guardiola’s former club FC Barcelona at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando. It start at 00:00 on Wednesday 31 July in the UK, or 19:00 on Tuesday 30 July if you’re in Florida.

The trip wraps up with a game against Chelsea at the Ohio Stadium in Columbus, set to be played on Saturday 3 August.

There will be plenty more going on while we’re in the US, with behind the scenes content on our preparations and activities as we head out into the community.

As always, we’ll have full coverage of our matches on and our official app.


The Olympics is back in 2024, with one of the greatest festivals in world sport heading to Paris this summer.

The football tournament will run from 24 July all the way to the 10 August, with matches spread throughout France.

City involvement in the men’s tournament is likely to be limited given both its status as an U23 competition and the teams to have reached the finals, but you can expect to see several our women’s squad featuring.

We’ll update you on and our official app as squads are announced, while we’ll have match reports available soon after the final whistle blows in each game.

Transfer window

The men’s summer window will open on Friday 14 June and close at 23:00 (UK) on Friday 30 August - 13 days after the new campaign begins.

WSL clubs can sign players this summer between Monday 24 June and Friday 13 September.

As always, the first place to find out about City incomings and outgoings will be right here on and our official app.

Return of club football

After a busy summer, Guardiola‘s men get back to it domestically with the Community Shield at Wembley on Saturday 10 August.

We will face Manchester United in that, after they lifted the FA Cup last weekend.

The Premier League then returns on 17 August as our hunt for a fifth title in a row begins in earnest. The 38-game season will be completed on 25 May 2025.

Fixtures will be announced on 18 June.

The Champions League’s new format starts on 17 September, while we will join the Carabao Cup in late August and the FA Cup in early January.

The Barclays Women’s Super League will begin on 21 September to allow time for a full pre-season after the end of the Olympics.