Premier League fixtures 2022/23: Key Fixtures, TV Dates Revealed and More

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The footballing world is already looking towards the 2022/23 Premier League season and we have all the key details and dates around the upcoming fixtures announcement.

The 2021/22 season in England’s top flight was amazing as there were title battles, Champions League qualification battles and relegation battles all on the final day of the season.

Manchester City dramatically won the title, finishing on 93 points and one point above Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. Meanwhile, Leeds managed to beat Brentford in the last few minutes of the final game of the season and this meant Burnley joined Norwich and Watford in the relegation zone.

When the fixtures are announced, there are always big games to look out for. Huge derbies, rivalries and battles between the ‘Big Six’.

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Here is everything you need to know about the Premier League 2022/23 fixtures:

Premier League 2022/23 Fixtures

Here are all of the fixtures in full. There are some games in which the kick-off times are already known, but a lot we will have to wait until tv fixtures are announced. When these TV Fixtures are revealed, we will update the fixture dates and times. They were gathered from the Premier League website.

August 5

  • Crystal Palace v Arsenal: 8pm

August 6

  • Fulham v Liverpool: 12.30pm
  • Leeds v Wolves: 3pm
  • Leicester v Brentford: 3pm
  • Newcastle v Nottingham Forest: 3pm
  • Tottenham v Southampton: 3pm
  • AFC Bournemouth vs Aston Villa: 3pm
  • Everton v Chelsea: 5.30pm

August 7

  • Manchester United v Brighton: 2pm
  • West Ham v Manchester City: 4.30pm

Saturday 13 August

  • Aston Villa v Everton: 12:30pm
  • Arsenal v Leicester: 3pm
  • Brighton v Newcastle: 3pm
  • Man City v AFC Bournemouth: 3pm
  • Southampton v Leeds: 3pm
  • Wolves v Fulham: 3pm
  • Brentford v Man Utd: 5:30pm

Sunday 14 August

  • Nottingham Forest v West Ham: 2pm
  • Chelsea v Spurs: 4:30pm

Monday 15 August

  • Liverpool v Crystal Palace: 8pm

Saturday 20 August

  • Spurs v Wolves: 12:30pm
  • Crystal Palace v Aston Villa: 3pm
  • Everton v Nottingham Forest: 3pm
  • Fulham v Brentford: 3pm
  • Leicester v Southampton: 3pm
  • AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal: 5:30pm

Sunday 21st August

  • Leeds v Chelsea: 2pm
  • West Ham v Brighton: 2pm
  • Newcastle v Man City: 4:30pm

Monday 22nd August

  • Man Utd v Liverpool: 8pm

Saturday 27 August

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

Tuesday 30 August

  • 19:45 AFC Bournemouth v Wolves
  • 19:45 Arsenal v Aston Villa
  • 19:45 Fulham v Brighton
  • 19:45 Leeds v Everton
  • 19:45 Leicester v Man Utd
  • 19:45 West Ham v Spurs
  • 20:00 Crystal Palace v Brentford

Wednesday 31 August

  • 19:45 Southampton v Chelsea
  • 20:00 Liverpool v Newcastle
  • 20:00 Man City v Nottingham Forest

Saturday 3 September

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

Saturday 10 September

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

Saturday 17 September

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

Saturday 1 October

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

Saturday 8 October

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

Saturday 15 October

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

Tuesday 18 October

  • 19:45 AFC Bournemouth v Southampton
  • 19:45 Arsenal v Man City
  • 19:45 Brentford v Chelsea
  • 19:45 Brighton v Nottingham Forest
  • 19:45 Fulham v Aston Villa
  • 19:45 Leicester v Leeds
  • 20:00 Crystal Palace v Wolves

Wednesday 19 October

  • 19:45 Newcastle v Everton
  • 20:00 Liverpool v West Ham
  • 20:00 Man Utd v Spurs

Saturday 22 October

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

Saturday 29 October

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

Saturday 5 November

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

Saturday 12 November

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

Monday 26 December

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

Saturday 31 December

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

Monday 2 January

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

Saturday 14 January

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

Saturday 21 January

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

Saturday 4 February

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

Saturday 11 February

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

Saturday 18 February

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

Saturday 25 February

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

Saturday 4 March

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

Saturday 11 March

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

Saturday 18 March

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

Saturday 1 April

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

Saturday 8 April

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

Saturday 15 April

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

Saturday 22 April

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

Tuesday 25 April

  • 19:45 Everton v Newcastle
  • 19:45 Leeds v Leicester
  • 19:45 Nottingham Forest v Brighton
  • 19:45 Spurs v Man Utd
  • 19:45 West Ham v Liverpool
  • 19:45 Wolves v Crystal Palace
  • 20:00 Aston Villa v Fulham

Wednesday 26 April

  • 19:45 Chelsea v Brentford
  • 19:45 Southampton v AFC Bournemouth
  • 20:00 Man City v Arsenal

Saturday 29 April

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

Saturday 6 May

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

Saturday 13 May

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

Saturday 20 May

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

Sunday 28 May

  • 16:00 Arsenal v Wolves
  • 16:00 Aston Villa v Brighton
  • 16:00 Brentford v Man City
  • 16:00 Chelsea v Newcastle
  • 16:00 Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest
  • 16:00 Everton v AFC Bournemouth
  • 16:00 Leeds v Spurs
  • 16:00 Leicester v West Ham
  • 16:00 Man Utd v Fulham
  • 16:00 Southampton v Liverpool

When does the Premier League 2022/23 season start and end?

The 2022/23 Premier League season starts on Saturday 6th August 2022 and it will end on Sunday 28th May 2023.

Release Date for the 2022/23 Premier League fixtures

With the season starting in August 2022, the Premier League sides are always given a couple of months to prepare. The fixtures for the 2022/23 Premier League season will be announced on Thursday 16th June 2022 at 9 AM GMT.

Manchester City captain Fernandinho lifts the Premier League Trophy and celebrates with the squad after the Premier League match between Manchester City and Aston Villa at Etihad Stadium on May 22, 2022 in Manchester, England.

How will the 2022/23 Premier League fixtures be announced?

The Premier League fixtures for the 2022/23 season will be announced in multiple ways. All the Premier League clubs will tweet out their fixtures, whilst sports news companies like Sky Sports News and BBC Sport will tweet out the fixtures as well.

Sky Sports News will also be covering the fixtures and announcing them on TV. If you are looking to live stream Sky Sports on the day, you can do so via the Sky Sports streaming service or with your NOW TV subscription. A day pass is available for £9.99

You need to have an account or a day pass to access the live stream, so make sure you have everything you need prior to kick-off.

The fixture board advertising the fixture with Tottenham Hotspur is seen ahead of the Premier League match between Chelsea and Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on March 10, 2018 in London, England.


Here is a list of all the football teams that will be in the Premier League in the 2022/23 season:

ewis Grabban of Nottingham forest lifts the trophy following their team's victory in the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final match between Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest at Wembley Stadium on May 29, 2022 in London, England

Key 2022/23 Premier League fixtures to look out for

There are a lot of great games coming in the 2022/23 Premier League season, and no doubt a lot of mouth-watering fixtures are coming our way. Here are some of GiveMeSport’s fixtures to look out for:

  • Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur: The North London derby is always huge, but with Antonio Conte’s Spurs beating the Gunners to a Champions League spot on the final day of the 2021/22 season, there will no doubt be some more fuel added to the fire when these two meet in the upcoming season.
Gabriel Magalhaes of Arsenal clashes with Emerson Royal of Tottenham Hotspur before Match Referee, Paul Tierney shows a red card to Rob Holding of Arsenal following a foul on Heung-Min Son of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 12, 2022 in London, England.
  • Aston Villa vs Wolves: This is a huge midlands derby and will see a lot of drama when the two face each other in the division. With Villa making some big signings early in the transfer window, the quality of the two sides will make this derby even better.
Leander Dendoncker of Wolverhampton Wanderers has their jersey pulled by Tyrone Mings of Aston Villa during the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa at Molineux on April 02, 2022
  • Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur: This London derby is always huge and not just promises goals, but also promises a lot of anger between the two sides. There will be some huge tackles and the atmosphere will be huge.
Mateo Kovacic of Chelsea is challenged by Lucas Moura of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League match between Chelsea  and  Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge on January 23, 2022 in London, England
  • Crystal Palace vs Brighton: This match is a rivalry (not a derby) that stems from the 70’s/80’s and over the last couple of seasons, the game has offered a lot of drama which has included penalty saves, great goals and a lot of last-minute goals as well. Two of the last three games between the sides have seen a last-minute win and a last-minute equaliser.
Adam Lallana of Brighton & Hove Albion and Joel Ward of Crystal Palace speak to referee Robin Jones after a VAR incident during the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion  and  Crystal Palace at American Express Community Stadium on January 14, 2022 in Brighton, England.
  • Liverpool vs Everton: The Merseyside derby is always a classic, but with the Toffees narrowly surviving relegation, the gap has never been bigger between the two. What is great about the fixture for next season is the fact that Richarlison has added some fuel to the fire due to some of his tweets. Liverpool winning only two trophies out of four has somehow been the only good thing for Everton players to celebrate this season.
Liverpool and Everton players clash during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Everton at Anfield on April 24, 2022 in Liverpool, England.
  • Liverpool vs Manchester City: This will most likely be the fixture between first and second in the division as City and Liverpool seem miles ahead of their competition at the moment. Both sides will be desperate to beat each other, and it will be a huge sign towards who wins the 2022/23 trophy.
Fernandinho of Manchester City clashes with Naby Keita of Liverpool during The Emirates FA Cup Semi-Final match between Manchester City and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium on April 16, 2022 in London, England.
  • Manchester United vs Liverpool: The two sides have been embroiled in big matches throughout their history, and the Red Devils will need to turn up as they lost 4-0 and 5-0 to the Reds in the 2021/22 season.
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool has a shot on goal whilst under pressure from Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire of Manchester United during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield on April 19, 2022 in Liverpool, England.
  • Manchester United vs Manchester City: The Manchester derby is always huge, but the two fixtures in the new season will be very interesting as it will be Erik Ten-Haag’s first season as manager of Manchester United.
Phil Foden of Manchester City is challenged by Harry Maguire of Manchester United during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Manchester United at Etihad Stadium on March 06, 2022 in Manchester, England.
  • Nottingham Forest vs Leicester City: The two sides are East Midlands rivals and the derby, which is known as the East Midlands Derby, will be one you have to see. The two met in the FA Cup in the 2021/22 season and Forest, who were in the Championship at the time, thrashed the Foxes 4-1.
The players of Nottingham Forest and Leicester City jostle for position during a corner in the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round match between Nottingham Forest and Leicester City at City Ground on February 06, 2022 in Nottingham, England
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United: Another huge London derby is the one between the Hammers and Spurs. With both the teams very strong in the 2021/22 season, we expect the matches between them to be a very tense affair.
Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur shakes hands with Declan Rice of West Ham United following the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on March 20, 2022 in London, England

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