The season was notable for City's goal-scoring performances. On 18 January against Cardiff City, City became the fastest club in Premier League history to score 100 competitive goals in all competitions and the first to complete this feat before the end of January. They later went on to break the previous goal aggregate record of 143 goals set by Manchester United in 1956–57. Their 100th Premier League goal of the season was scored in the 4–0 victory over Aston Villa on 7 May 2014. This was the first time City had scored more than 100 league goals in the top English division in a season since 1957–58. Coincidentally, their 100th goal was notable for another reason, as it became the first goal in all of English league football to be decided via the Hawk-Eye system, which had been rolled out for use in English football at the start of the season.
The final tally of 102 league goals was at the time the second-highest Premier League season total and one goal short of Chelsea's 2009–10 record. This was also the first Premier League season where a team had three individual players each score more than 15 league goals (Yaya Touré, Sergio Agüero and Edin Džeko) 
Then, on 11 May 2014, they won the Premier League for the second time in three seasons with a 2–0 win over West Ham United. It was the first time that Manchester City had won two major trophies in a season since the 1969–70 season, when they won the League Cup and the Cup Winners' Cup, and concluded one of the greatest seasons in the club's history.
The club signed a new deal with the American manufacturer Nike, who would supply their kit for the next six years.
Home: The new home kit featured a classical design with a round crew neck and sleeve cuffs, trimmed in white and navy. The shorts were white with sky blue trimmings but the most notable change to the kit were the socks, which were white for the first time since 2009.
Away: The away kit featured a unique black and charcoal half design, embellished with golden sponsor logos. The shorts and socks were black.
Third: The third kit was predominantly white with a single sky blue and navy stripe on the right hand side. The shorts and socks were navy with sky blue accents.
Keeper: There were four goalkeeper kits used throughout the season. They were based on Nike's premium goalkeeper template, which featured two tones of the same colour. The first choice kit was in two tones of green, whilst the alternatives were purple, yellow and black respectively.
Biggest home win: 7–0 vs. Norwich (2 November 2013)
Biggest and the only home defeat: 0–1 vs. Chelsea, (3 February 2014)
Biggest away win: 5–1 vs. Tottenham (29 January 2014)
Biggest away defeat: 5 by a 1-goal margin.
Biggest home attendance: 47,364 vs. Chelsea, 3 February 2014
Smallest home attendance: 46,559 vs. Swansea City, 1 December 2013
Biggest away attendance: 75,203 vs. Manchester United, 25 March 2014
Smallest away attendance: 20,498 vs. Swansea City, 1 January 2014
Appearances (Apps.) numbers are for appearances in competitive games only including sub appearances Red card numbers denote:Numbers in parentheses represent red cards overturned for wrongful dismissal.