Great Britain will meet Senegal in the second match of an OT double-header on Thursday 26 July (19:45 BST), after United Arab Emirates and Uruguay do battle in the afternoon (17:00).
Brazil, five-times World Cup winners but never Olympic champions, kick off another double header on Sunday 29 July (12:00) with a Group C game against Belarus. Egypt and New Zealand meet later that day (14:45).
Current world champions Spain will also play in Manchester. They're scheduled to meet Morocco on Wednesday 1 August (17:00), the day after Old Trafford's only women's group-stage game - USA v North Korea (17:15) - is staged.
A men's quarter-final and two semi-finals (one men's, one