The 2022/23 Premier League fixtures are already here and fans cannot wait for the season to begin in August – it suddenly feels a whole closer now that we know when all the games are happening.
There will be big games taking place throughout the campaign and barely a weekend will pass without at least one major derby or clash between rivals.
The opening weekend sees Frank Lampard’s Everton host Chelsea and West Ham welcome champions Manchester City as the main highlights, while Liverpool open their campaign at Fulham. Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United kick off at home to Brighton, with the season curtain raiser taking place on Friday August 5 – with Arsenal travelling to Crystal Palace.
The first month will see Manchester United host Liverpool when the Merseysiders travel to Old Trafford on 30 August. There is a Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool only a few days later, while Manchester United face Arsenal and Chelsea host Liverpool all during September.
The first north London derby of the season will happen on 1 October at the Emirates Stadium, the same day as the campaign’s first Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium. Two weeks after that, Liverpool host reigning champions Manchester City at Anfield.
The reverse north London and Manchester derbies are scheduled for 14 January, the same month as Manchester United travel to Arsenal and Liverpool host Chelsea. In February, there is the second Merseyside derby, plus double big London clashes for Tottenham, West Ham and Chelsea.
In March, it is Liverpool vs Manchester United at Anfield. A busy April, meanwhile, sees Manchester City host Liverpool in what could be an early potential title decider, Manchester United against Chelsea and Arsenal against Chelsea, among other massive games.
There is no let up and on the penultimate weekend of the season, Manchester City host Chelsea.
*All kick off times listed are 3pm BST/GMT, unless stated otherwise.