The fixtures for the 2023/2024 English Premier League season has been released.
On Friday, August 11, Champions Manchester City will open the Premier League campaign against promoted Burnley, led by their former captain Vincent Kompany.
The next day August 12, newly promoted club Sheffield United hosts Crystal Palace, Luton Town will play its first top-flight game since 1992 against Brighton, Arsenal l will host Nottingham Forrest and Newcastle United square up against Aston Villa.
The first match of Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea managerial tenure is against Liverpool on Sunday, August 13.
Also, Tottenham Hotspur under new manager, Ange Postecoglou will travel to Brentford.
On Monday, August 14, Manchester United host Wolves at Old Trafford.
Manchester City, who already won a treble after winning the Premier League, Champions League, and FA Cup in 2022–2023, will be aiming to become the first English side to win four straight PL Titles.
Sunday, May 19, 2024, will be the final day of the 2023–24 Premier League season.
In a statement on Thursday, the Premier League said it was “committed to giving supporters a minimum of six weeks’ notice on broadcasting selections until December 2023, and five weeks’ from 24 January 2024”
First round of fixtures in full
Friday, 11 August
Burnley v Manchester City
Saturday, 12 August
Arsenal v Nottingham Forest
Bournemouth v West Ham
Brighton v Luton Town
Everton v Fulham
Sheffield United v Crystal Palace
Newcastle United v Aston Villa
Sunday, 13 August
Brentford v Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea v Liverpool
Monday, 14 August
Manchester United v Wolverhampton Wanderers