The Premier League 2023-24 fixtures: schedule for opening weekend

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The winners of the Championship and Premier League will compete in the opening match of the season, as Burnley hosts Manchester City.

Friday, August 11

  • Burnley vs Manchester City – 10pm

Saturday, August 12

  • Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest – 2:30pm
  • Bournemouth vs West Ham – 5pm
  • Brighton vs Luton – 5pm
  • Everton vs Fulham – 5pm
  • Sheffield United vs Crystal Palace – 5pm
  • Newcastle vs Aston Villa – 8:30pm

Sunday, August 13

  • Brentford vs Tottenham – 4pm
  • Chelsea vs Liverpool – 6:30pm
  • Manchester United vs Wolves – 10pm

The 2023/24 season is set to begin on Friday, August 11, 2023. The last set of matches will take place on Sunday, May 19, 2024, with all games starting at the same time as usual.

The mid-season break is coming back from January 13th to 20th, where the 10 matches will be spread out over those weekends.

The 2023/24 season will have:

  • 34 weekends
  • three midweek rounds
  • one match round on a Bank Holiday

The season will start on Friday, August 11th, giving a clear 75 days after the previous season’s end.

By finishing the Premier League on May 19th, 2024, players will also have time to rest between the end of the season and the international matches in June.

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