One of the biggest dates in the Manchester sporting calendar is here, and fans from across the city will be descending on the Etihad Stadium.
If watching the match on TV or listening on the radio isn’t something you fancy and you want to experience one of the biggest derby matches in England live, then you may be in luck.
Limited tickets are still available for the match, which will be the first taste of the Manchester derby for new United boss Erik Ten Hag.
Here’s what you need to know about getting tickets to the match, and how you can follow proceedings on TV.
When do Manchester City play Manchester United?
Manchester United travel to City on Sunday October 2 for a 2.30pm kick off. The match forms part of the ‘Super Sunday’ coverage on Sky Sports.
Are there tickets available for Manchester City v Manchester United?
Tickets are available in the home end of the Etihad Stadium with prices between £45 and £70 depending on where in the stadium you want to sit.
Limited tickets are available in the Colin Bell, East and Family Stand.
Tickets can be purchased through the official Manchester City website
Is the match on TV?
The Manchester derby will be televised on Sky Sports as part of a double header of live football.
Following the derby, Leeds United will host Aston Villa.
How can I watch highlights of the match?
How can I sign up to Sky Sports?
You can also sign up to a 24 hour Now TV pass which will entitle you to If you’re already in contract with another provider then you can also sign up to access Sky Sports through a Now TV membership.