This season’s Premier League fixtures have been announced, and we will start the 2022/23 campaign away to Crystal Palace on Friday, August 5.
Just like last season, we’ll be getting the new season underway with a Friday night fixture away in London – the match at Selhurst Park will kick-off at 8pm (UK time).
Our first home game comes the following weekend against Leicester City and we then have meetings with Bournemouth (away), Fulham (home) and Aston Villa (home) – all in the opening month.
September kicks off with a trip to Old Trafford, while the first north London derby of the season is at Emirates Stadium at the start of October.
That’s followed immediately by a home fixture against Liverpool, a trip to Leeds, then back at Emirates Stadium against the champions, Manchester City.
Newly-promoted Nottingham Forest visit Emirates Stadium at the end of October.
We play Chelsea away at the start of November, and our last game before the players depart for the Qatar World Cup is away at Wolves.
The league resumes after the World Cup hiatus on Boxing Day, when we host West Ham United.
We travel to Brighton on New Year’s Eve and are back at the Emirates for the New Year’s fixture against Newcastle United.
Tottenham (away) and Manchester United (home) are our other January fixtures, after the FA Cup campaign gets underway.
The Premier League season runs until May 28 – we will face Wolves at home on the final day.
All fixtures remain subject to change for broadcast and European commitments. So far, only the opening weekend’s fixtures have been selected for live television coverage.
See our full fixture list below
05 A Crystal Palace
13 H Leicester City
20 A AFC Bournemouth
27 H Fulham
30 H Aston Villa
03 A Manchester United
10 H Everton
17 A Brentford
01 H Tottenham Hotspur
08 H Liverpool
15 A Leeds United
18 H Manchester City
22 A Southampton
29 H Nottingham Forest
05 A Chelsea
12 A Wolverhampton
26 H West Ham United
31 A Brighton & Hove Albion
02 H Newcastle United
14 A Tottenham Hotspur
21 H Manchester United
04 A Everton
11 H Brentford
18 A Aston Villa
25 A Leicester City
04 H AFC Bournemouth
11 A Fulham
18 H Crystal Palace
01 H Leeds United
08 A Liverpool
15 A West Ham United
22 H Southampton
26 A Manchester City
29 H Chelsea
06 A Newcastle United
13 H Brighton & Hove Albion
20 A Nottingham Forest
28 H Wolverhampton
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