The 2022–23 Premier League will be the 31st season of the Premier League & 124th season of top-flight English football overall. Have a look.

2022–23 Premier League : Fixtures , start date, odds

Manchester City are the two-time defending champions, having won both the 2020–21 season and 2021–22 season.

As of the 2022–23 season, clubs will be able to make five rather than three substitutions.

2022–23 Premier League : Fixtures , start date, odds

These substitutions can be made in three stoppages during game time, and additionally at half time, in line with rest of the top six European leagues (Bundesliga, Ligue 1, the Primeira Liga, La Liga and Serie A).

There will also be a mid-season break for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, with the last match on the weekend of 12–13 November 2022, and the first match after the World Cup on 26 December 2022, following the World Cup final on 18 December 2022.

2022–23 Premier League 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. 

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
  • Everton v Chelsea: 5.30pm

August 7

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

Saturday 13 August

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

Saturday 20 August

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

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

2022–23 Premier League : Fixtures , start date, odds

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

2022–23 Premier League start date

The Premier League season will begin on the weekend of August 5/6/7 – with the first game, Crystal Palace vs Arsenal, live on Sky Sports on Friday August 5.

The start of the new Premier League season is one week earlier than the 2021/22 campaign started, and means teams will have an 11-week break between the seasons.

However, the Premier League will halt in the middle of the season to accommodate a winter World Cup for the first time.

As a result, match-round 16 will be the final one played – over the weekend of November 12/13 – before players called up by their countries for the tournament travel to Qatar.


The 2021/22 Premier League season concluded in dramatic fashion, with Manchester City being crowned champions on the final day as they finished one point ahead of Liverpool.

City will be determined to defend their crown in 2022/23, but Liverpool will be out for revenge and there may well be other contenders too.

Despite a disastrous season in which they finished in sixth place, United are hopeful of enjoying a positive new era under Erik ten Hag.

2022–23 Premier League : Fixtures , start date, odds

There is much work to do at Old Trafford, however, with the squad in need of a significant overhaul. United have yet to add to their resources so far but have been linked with players including Christian Eriksen and Frenkie de Jong.

Champions in four of the last five seasons, City are unsurprisingly installed as favourites to win the title again.

The addition of Erling Haaland will help their cause, although Sterling and Gabriel Jesus have been linked with moves away. City have the resources to make further signings and they have been linked with a move for Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips.

By Rishabh

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