|Mongolia Premier League||05/19 11:00||-||Ulaanbaatar City v Tuv Buganuud||W||2-0|
|Mongolia Premier League||05/14 08:00||-||Khans Khuns-Erchim v Ulaanbaatar City||L||4-1|
|Mongolia Premier League||05/10 11:00||-||FC Ulaanbaatar v Ulaanbaatar City||L||2-0|
|Mongolia Premier League||05/05 05:00||-||Ulaanbaatar City v SP Falcons FC||L||2-3|
|Mongolia Premier League||04/30 08:00||-||Deren FC v Ulaanbaatar City||L||2-1|
|Mongolia Premier League||04/23 11:00||-||Ulaanbaatar City v Athletic 220 FC||D||1-1|
|Mongolia Premier League||04/17 11:00||-||Khovd v Ulaanbaatar City||W||1-4|
|Mongolia Premier League||04/10 11:00||-||Ulaanbaatar City v Bch Lions||W||8-0|
|Mongolia Premier League||04/03 11:00||-||Khangarid Klub v Ulaanbaatar City||W||0-1|
|Mongolia Premier League||11/07 08:00||-||Tuv Buganuud v Ulaanbaatar City||W||1-4|
|Mongolia Premier League||11/04 05:00||-||Ulaanbaatar City v Khans Khuns-Erchim||L||0-6|
|Mongolia Premier League||10/03 02:00||-||Ulaanbaatar City v Khangarid Klub||W||4-2|
|Failed to score||5||3||2|
Ulaanbaatar City is a professional football club from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. They currently play in the Mongolian National Premier League, the highest level of football in Mongolia.
The club was founded on 19 March 2016 with club owner, the IT Group, purchasing the Mongolia Premier League license of Khangarid FC which was subsequently dissolved. The IT Group paid 15 million MNT for the license.
Ulaanbaatar City won the Premier League championship for the first time in 2019, making them eligible to enter the AFC Cup for the first time for the 2020 edition. The team snapped Erchim FC's four-year championship streak in the process. However, the continental tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic before Ulaanbaatar City played its first match.