Manchester City have announced a partnership with Hyde FC.
The two clubs have finalised a three-year groundsharing and sponsorship deal which will see City play their reserve, U21 and selected academy matches at Ewen Fields Stadium.
Under the terms of the agreement, the Blues will also make a significant investment to improvement and uplift of facilities at Ewen Fields.
City Chief Executive, Garry Cook, told the club's website: "We have for some time been investigating the possibility of a new venue for our reserve, U21 and selected academy fixtures. To that end, Ewen Fields provides an ideal solution, and the Club are very much looking forward to taking our games to Hyde for the new season.
"We are delighted to be able to help them, whilst at the same time securing the use of a fitting venue for our reserve, development and academy players to showcase their talents to our supporters."