Trautmann made 545 appearances for City between 1949 and 1964 and was best remembered for playing on after breaking his neck in the 1956 FA Cup final win over Birmingham.
City have announced Monday's Barclays Premier League game against Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium will be dedicated to the German, who died at the age of 89 on July 19.
A wreath will be laid before the match, the team will warm up in goalkeeping shirts bearing 'Trautmann 1' on the back, a minute's applause will be observed and the players will wear black armbands.
A club statement added: "An announcement about a permanent memorial will be made in due course."
There have been calls from some fans for a statue outside the stadium or for one of the stands to be named after Trautmann.