The busiest season yet in the short history of was formally approved following the (WMSC) meeting in Cologne, Germany. 

The Diriyah E-Prix kicks off the season once again on November 22 & 23, with the Mercedes-Benz EQ and TAG Heuer Porsche teams making their much-anticipated arrival to complete a full 24-car grid for the first time in Formula E. 

The grid then moves to South and Central America for the Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix (January 18) and CBMM Niobium Mexico City E-Prix (February 15), while the Marrakesh E-Prix will replace Hong Kong for round five of the 2019/20 calendar. 

Sanya fills the last free slot, with another scorcher around Haitang Bay for round six on March 21. The voestalpine European races return for season six, starting with the third running of the Rome E-Prix on April 4, followed by the Paris E-Prix in the French capital against the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower on April 18. The ABB FIA Formula E Championship touches down in South Korea for the first time on May 3 for the Seoul E-Prix, ahead of the most recent race to be announced – the inaugural Jakarta E-Prix – taking place on June 6. 

1DiriyahSaudi ArabiaNovember 22, 2019
2DiriyahSaudi ArabiaNovember 23, 2019
3Santiago*ChileJanuary 18, 2020
4Mexico City*MexicoFebruary 15, 2020
5MarrakeshMoroccoFebruary 29, 2020
6SanyaChinaMarch 21, 2020
7RomeItalyApril 4, 2020
8ParisFranceApril 18, 2020
9Seoul*South KoreaMay 3, 2020
10Jakarta*IndonesiaJune 6, 2020
11BerlinGermanyJune 21, 2020
12New York CityUSAJuly 11, 2020
13London*UKJuly 25, 2020
14London*UKJuly 26, 2020