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·3 October 2022

City v FC Copenhagen: Kick-off time, TV info and team news

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Find out all you need to know about Manchester City UEFA Champions League Group G fixture against FC Copenhagen at the Etihad Stadium.


We will entertain FC Copenhagen on Wednesday 5 October in the UEFA Champions League, with the match kicking off at 20:00 (UK)

The match will be broadcast live in the UK on BT Sport 3 and the BT Sport App.

Supporters living around the world can find out how they can tune in via our global TV listings, courtesy of


You can follow all the action on our official app.

Minute-by-minute text updates will begin in our Matchday Centre two hours before kick-off, whilst our Matchday Live show, will begin one hour before we get under way at the Etihad Stadium.

The Matchday Live team will reconvene for a half-time debrief before a more in-depth post-match verdict after the full-time whistle.

The guests will also answer viewer questions throughout the broadcast, with audience participation actively encouraged on Matchday Live. To get in touch, send a WhatsApp to: +447537186538.

During the game you can listen to live audio commentary from Alistair Mann while our text commentary continues.

Highlights from the match can be found later in the evening, while a full-match replay will also be available to CITY+ subscribers from midnight following the game.


The manager will speak to the media on Tuesday afternoon, you can watch it live on and we will have a round up of everything he said shortly afterwards.


City progressed to the UEFA Cup Round of 16 after seeing off FC Copenhagen 4-3 on aggregate over two legs back in 2009.

After drawing the first leg 2-2 at the Parken Stadion, the tie was evenly poised. A Craig Bellamy double at the City of Manchester Stadium, with a late consolation goal from Martin Vingaard saw Mark Hughes’ men progress to the next round.


Sunday’s Premier League fixture against local rivals Manchester United saw Pep Guardiola’s dominate proceedings in the 188th Manchester derby.

City ran out 6-3 winners at the Etihad Stadium, with a hat-trick apiece from Erling Haaland and Phil Foden sinking the Red Devils.

Haaland and Foden fired City to a 4-0 lead at the break, with both players netting two goals each in the opening 45 minutes.

Anthony pulled on back for the visitors before Haaland and Foden both completed their hat-tricks with more than 15 minutes left on the clock, Anthony Martial scored two late goals after coming on from the bench.


After Sunday’s win against Manchester United, we regained second spot in the Premier League standings winning six out of our first eight games in league action drawing the other two, with City scoring 29 and conceding just nine.

Our counterparts have played 11 games in the Danish Superliga and currently sit in sixth spot, having won five games and losing six in league action.

We have a perfect record in Group G, having beat Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund respectively, where FC Copenhagen have drawn one and lost one in their opening two games.


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