This Manchester City TV schedule was checked and updated on 19 April 2021 09:00am
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The next Manchester City game on TV is Aston Villa v Manchester City in the English Premier League on 21 April 2021 and kicks off at 8:15pm - the match is being played at Villa Park.
The Manchester City game is on Sky Sports Main Event, and you can tune in before 8:15pm for the latest Manchester City news, opinions and live score updates from other English Premier League matches.
Sky Sports has broadcasting rights to the Aston Villa v Manchester City match - you can subscribe to their individual sports channels including Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League (which broadcasts all Premier League matches) and Sky Sports Football (shows all Championship, League One, Carabao Cup and European domestic football). Sky Subscribers can also watch the Manchester City game on the Sky Go app which is available on iOS and Android devices as well as Smart TV's.
As well as Manchester City's next game on TV, we've got all the match information you need on all of their upcoming live football fixtures on TV.
This Manchester City on TV Schedule is updated daily so that you know who & when they are next playing live on TV during the 2020/21 season across all satellite, freeview and pay-per-view channels in the UK - this includes all the major TV channels including Sky Sports, BT Sport, Premier Sports, BBC, ITV as well as via official live streams.