Premier League 2022/2023 schedule revealed!

The King of England puts his crown back on the line. Crowned Premier League champions on May 22, Manchester City continue to reign over Her Majesty’s Kingdom. But the Mancunians will have a lot to do to keep their place on the throne during the 2022-23 season. An exercise that already promises to be exciting as the great British cars as well as the lesser clubs are seriously going strong. It will also be interesting to follow Erik ten Hag’s first steps at Manchester United, as well as those of Erling Haaland and Darwin Nuñez at Manchester City and Liverpool. In short, this year continues to promise heavy.

What’s next after this announcement?

This Thursday we know a little more about the course of the next exercise, which will also be stopped between November and December for the World Cup in Qatar. Thus, the 20 Premier League teams will start the weekend of August 5, 6 and 7. Arsenal will start the ball rolling by traveling to Crystal Palace on Friday. On Saturday, Liverpool visit Fulham while Chelsea visit Everton. On Sunday, Manchester United host Brighton for the Ten Hag premiere, while defending champions Manchester City travel to West Ham. A week later, on August 13, the first game of the season sees Chelsea take on Tottenham.

Beautiful signs on the menu.

On August 20, a second big card will be on the menu as Manchester United host Liverpool. For its part, Manchester City will experience their first match against Tottenham on September 10 during matchday seven. A week later, on September 17, Chelsea and Liverpool will meet. Two derbies will be on the menu on October 1 (day 9). Arsenal host Tottenham while Manchester City take on Manchester United at the Eithad Stadium (second leg on January 14). The Gunners will continue a week later (October 8) with the reception of Liverpool. The Reds will play a week later at Anfield against Manchester City (October 15, second leg on April 1).

Pep Guardiola’s men will continue with a second away game on October 18 at Arsenal. Neighboring Manchester United will also have a big month of October hosting Tottenham (11th) and then a trip to Chelsea (12th). The Blues will have another big game on the menu on Matchday 14 when they take on Arsenal at home. At the same time, Antonio Conte’s Spurs will face Liverpool. After matchday 15, the Premier League will pause for a few weeks as there will be the World Cup. The championship will resume on December 26 with the traditional Boxing Day. On January 2nd, Chelsea will start the year strong by hosting Manchester City. The 2022-23 season will end on May 28, 2023.

The main dates:

August 5 (1st day)

-Crystal Palace-Arsenal

6th August

  • Fulham-Liverpool
  • Bournemouth v Aston Villa
  • Leeds Wolves
  • Leicester v Brentford
  • Newcastle-Nottingham Forest
  • Tottenham v Southampton
  • Everton-Chelsea

August 7th

  • Manchester United-Brighton
  • West Ham vs Man City

August 13 (2nd day)


20th of August

-Man Utd-Liverpool

September 3 (matchday 6)

September 10 (day 7)

September 17 (matchday 8)

October 1 (day 9)

  • Arsenal-Tottenham
  • Man City v Man Utd

October 8 (day 10)

October 15 (day 10)

October 18 and 19 (matchday 11)

  • Arsenal-Man City
  • Manchester United v Tottenham

October 22 (matchday 12)

November 5 (matchday 14)

  • Chelsea-Arsenal
  • Liverpool-Tottenham

January 2 (matchday 18)

January 14 (matchday 19)

  • Man Utd-Man City
  • Arsenal-Tottenham

January 21 (day 20)

February 4 (matchday 21)

February 25 (matchday 24)

March 4 (matchday 25)

April 1 (day 28)

April 8 (matchday 29)

April 22 (day 31)

April 25-26 (matchday 32)

  • Tottenham-Manchester United
  • Man City-Arsenal

April 29 (day 33)

May 20 (matchday 37)

May 28 (day 38)

  • Arsenal-Wolves
  • Aston Villa v Brighton
  • City of Brentford-Man
  • Chelsea-Newcastle
  • Crystal Palace-Nottingham Forest
  • Everton v AFC Bournemouth
  • Leeds-Tottenham
  • Leicester v West Ham
  • Man Utd-Fulham
  • Liverpool v Southampton

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