Manchester City Champions League 2014/15 fixtures: Bayern Munich up first for Manuel Pellegrini's side
Group E starts with trip to the German giants
Manchester City begin their quest for a first Champions League trophy with a daunting trip to Bayern Munich on 16 September in Group E.
City, however, will remember back to last season, when they defeated Bayern Munich 3-2 at the Allianz Area, fighting back from 2-0 down to win in the group stage match.
Manuel Pellegrini's side finish their group campaign away at Ashley Cole's AS Roma.
17 Sept - Bayern Munich (A)
30 Sept - AS Roma (H)
21 Oct - CSKA Moscow (A)
5 Nov - CSKA Moscow (H)
25 Nov - Bayern Munich (H)
10 Dec - AS Roma (A)
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