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15th Jun 2023

Premier League Fixtures 2023/24: Opening Day, Boxing Day, Final Day and key fixtures to look out for

Callum Boyle

Premier League

Each team will play each other twice, crazy

The Premier League fixtures for the 2023/24 season have been released, and in a turn of extraordinary events, both teams will be playing each other twice at different points throughout the season.

As you scramble to look for your own team’s fixtures, there are also going to be plenty of others that’ll draw your attention and as we all know, it is impossible to keep track of all the football, but your best chance is here.

We have three new teams joining us Burnley, Sheffield United and for the first time in their history, Luton Town (have you seen their away end?!) Manchester City have been the dominant force of late and will be looking for a sixth Premier League title in seven years.

There’s so many other brilliant stories around the rest of the league too. Will Newcastle United ̶b̶u̶y̶ find their way back into the top four? Will Chelsea sign 14749572257 players again? Will Tottenham stop being Spursy? (Spoiler, probably not.)

Thankfully, there’s no mid-season World Cup to contend with so we will be back to having our customary hectic festive schedule – with a sprinkling of top six managers moaning about the sheer volume of games. 

However they will have a small mid-season break in the new year, taking place between January 13-20.

The season officially starts on Saturday August 12 and finishing on Sunday May 19.

With that, here is all the fixtures you need to keep an eye out for:

Opening Day

Burnley vs Manchester City

Newcastle vs Aston Villa

Brentford vs Tottenham

Chelsea vs Liverpool

Manchester United vs Wolves

Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest

Bournemouth vs West Ham

Brighton vs Luton

Everton vs Fulham

Sheffield United vs Crystal Palace

Boxing Day

Arsenal vs West Ham

Bournemouth vs Fulham

Brentford vs Wolves

Brighton vs Tottenham

Burnley vs Liverpool

Chelsea vs Crystal Palace

Everton vs Manchester City

Manchester United vs Aston Villa

Newcastle United vs Nottingham Forest

Sheffield United vs Luton

Final Day

Arsenal vs Everton

Brentford vs Newcastle

Brighton vs Manchester United

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

Chelsea vs Bournemouth

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

Liverpool vs Wolves

Luton vs Fulham

Manchester City vs West Ham

Sheffield United vs Tottenham

Rival Fixtures

  • August 13: Chelsea vs Liverpool
  • September 23: Arsenal vs Tottenham
  • October 7: Arsenal vs Manchester City
  • October 21: Liverpool vs Everton
  • October 28: Manchester United vs Manchester City
  • November 4: Tottenham vs Chelsea
  • November 25: Manchester City vs Liverpool
  • December 16: Liverpool vs Manchester United
  • February 24: Chelsea vs Tottenham
  • March 2: Manchester City vs Manchester United
  • March 9: Liverpool vs Manchester City
  • March 16: Everton vs Liverpool
  • March 30: Manchester City vs Arsenal
  • April 6: Manchester United vs Liverpool
  • April 27: Tottenham vs Arsenal

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