Man City will begin the defence of the Premier League crown with a tricky opening day clash away to Tottenham Hotspur on 14 August.
The last time we opened the campaign away to Spurs was on 14 August 2010, with a Joe Hart wonder show helping Roberto Mancini’s side earn a 0-0 draw at White Hart Lane.
It’s the fifth year in succession that City will start the new season on the road.
Our second Premier League fixture – and first home game – will be against newly-promoted Norwich City at the Etihad on 21 August and we’ll wrap up August with another home fixture, this time against Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal on 28 August.
The first Manchester derby will be at Old Trafford on 6 November, with the return at the Etihad on 5 March.
Chelsea and Liverpool are expected to once again be title contenders in 2021/22 and City will face both sides away in the space of a week on Match days 6 and 7.
The trip to Stamford Bridge will be on 25 September followed by a visit to Anfield on 2 October, in what will be a stern test of the champions’ title credentials.
Last season, two of our stellar displays were against both sides, beating Chelsea 3-1 at Stamford Bridge and Liverpool 4-1 at Anfield.
Our Boxing Day fixture will see City host Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester at the Etihad and two days later, we will travel to West London to take on Brentford at the Brentford Community Stadium for the first time in the top flight.
Our return fixture with the Bees will be at the Etihad on 9 February.
We will begin the New Year away to Arsenal on 1 January and the FA Cup third round is scheduled for Saturday 8 January.
City’s 2021/22 Premier League campaign will wrap up with a final day home clash with Aston Villa on Sunday 22 May.