The Premier League Champions learned their faith in their quest to defend their Premier League title next season on Thursday morning when the Premier League released the official Premier League fixtures for next season.
Manchester City is the second most successful team in the Premier League era behind Manchester United with 6 Premier League titles, only Manchester United has more with 13 titles.
Pep Guardiola’s side will be hoping to equal Manchester United’s record of three consecutive Premier League titles. Manchester City has now back-to-back Premier League and is on course to make history this season.
The Citizens had to make a final comeback against Aston Villa to win last season’s Premier League with just one point above Liverpool.
Manchester City will start their Premier League defense on Sunday 7 August at West Ham. The last time Manchester City played West Ham away from home, Pep Guardiola’s side had to come back from two goals down to draw with David Moyes’ side.
Manchester City will play their first game at the Etihad stadium against newly promoted side Bournemouth on 13 August.
Manchester City will host Manchester United at the Etihad for the first Manchester derby on 1 October and play against Liverpool at Anfield for the first round of the much anticipated Erling Haaland Vs Darwin Nunez showdown on 15 October.
Manchester City’s complete Premier league fixtures and Kick-off time.
|07/08/2022||West Ham United v Manchester City||Kick-off time|
|13/08/2022||Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth||16:30|
|20/08/2022||Newcastle United v Manchester City||15:00|
|27/08/2022||Manchester City v Crystal Palace||15:00|
|31/08/2022||Manchester City v Nottingham Forest||15:00|
|03/09/2022||Aston Villa v Manchester City||20:00|
|10/09/2022||Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur||15:00|
|17/09/2022||Wolverhampton v Manchester City||15:00|
|01/10/2022||Manchester City v Manchester United||15:00|
|08/10/2022||Manchester City v Southampton||15:00|
|15/10/2022||Liverpool v Manchester City||15:00|
|18/10/2022||Arsenal v Manchester City||15:00|
|22/10/2022||Manchester City v Brighton||19:45|
|29/10/2022||Leicester City v Manchester City||15:00|
|05/11/2022||Manchester City v Fulham||15:00|
|12/11/2022||Manchester City v Brentford||15:00|
|26/12/2022||Leeds United v Manchester City||15:00|
|31/12/2022||Manchester City v Everton||15:00|
|02/01/2023||Chelsea v Manchester City||15:00|
|14/01/2023||Manchester United v Manchester City||15:00|
|21/01/2023||Manchester City v Wolverhampton||15:00|
|04/02/2023||Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City||15:00|
|11/02/2023||Manchester City v Aston Villa||15:00|
|18/02/2023||Nottingham Forest v Manchester City||15:00|
|25/02/2023||A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City||15:00|
|04/03/2023||Manchester City v Newcastle United||15:00|
|11/03/2023||Crystal Palace v Manchester City||15:00|
|18/03/2023||Manchester City v West Ham United||15:00|
|01/04/2023||Manchester City v Liverpool||15:00|
|08/04/2023||Southampton v Manchester City||15:00|
|15/04/2023||Manchester City v Leicester City||15:00|
|22/04/2023||Brighton v Manchester City||15:00|
|26/04/2023||Manchester City v Arsenal||15:00|
|29/04/2023||Fulham v Manchester City||20:00|
|06/05/2023||Manchester City v Leeds United||15:00|
|13/05/2023||Everton v Manchester City||15:00|
|20/05/2023||Manchester City v Chelsea||15:00|
|28/05/2023||Brentford v Manchester City||15:00|