The 2017-18 PL campaign kicks off on August 12 and plenty of PL clubs will rack up some serious air miles between now and then.
Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Swansea City are all heading to the USA on tour, while Crystal Palace, Liverpool, West Brom and Leicester City will take part in the Premier League’s Asia Trophy in Hong Kong.
Arsenal and Chelsea will also head out to the Far East with plenty of other clubs heading to Continental Europe to train and play games at altitude.
Via the PremierLeague.com take a look below at the full schedules for each PL club, as things stands, with details on how to watch your team in action this summer.
13 July v Sydney FC, ANZ Stadium, Sydney Details 15 July v Western Sydney Wanderers, ANZ Stadium, Sydney Details 19 July v Bayern Munich (Shanghai Stadium) International Champions Cup Details 22 July v Chelsea (Bird’s Nest Stadium, Beijing) Details 29 July v Benfica, Emirates Stadium (Emirates Cup) Details 30 July v Sevilla, Emirates Stadium (Emirates Cup) Details 6 August v Chelsea, Wembley Stadium (Community Shield) Details
15 July v Estoril Praia, Stadium Municipal, Marbella Details 22 July v Portsmouth, Fratton Park, Portsmouth Details 29 July v Queens Park Rangers, Loftus Road, London Details 30 July v Valencia, Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth Details 2 August v Yeovil Town, Huish Park, Yeovil Details 6 August v Napoli, Vitality Stadium Details
Brighton & Hove Albion
14 July v Fortuna Dusseldorf, Sportplatz St Ulrich, Austria Details 22 July v Crawley Town, Checkatrade.com Stadium, Crawley 25 July v Southend United, Roots Hall, Essex Details 29 July v Norwich City, Carrow Road, Norwich Details 1 August v Girona, Nou Estadi Municipal de Palamos, Catalonia Details 6 August v Atletico Madrid, Amex Stadium, Brighton Details
14 July v Shamrock Rovers, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin Details 22 July v Kidderminster Harriers Details 22 July v Alfreton Town Details 25 July v Preston North End, Deepdale Details 29 July v Nottingham Forest, City Ground, Nottingham Details 1 August v Celta Vigo, Turf Moor, Burnley Details 5 August v Hannover 96, Turf Moor, Burnley Details
22 July v Arsenal, Bird’s Nest Stadium, Beijing Details 25 July v Bayern Munich, National Stadium, Singapore (International Champions Cup) Details 29 July v Inter Milan, National Stadium, Singapore (International Champions Cup) Details 6 August v Arsenal, Wembley Stadium (Community Shield) Details
15 July v Maidstone United, Gallagher Stadium, Maidstone Details 19 July v Liverpool, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 22 July v West Brom/Leicester City, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 5 August v Schalke 04, Selhust Park, London Details
13 July v Gor Mahia FC, Tanzania National Main Stadium, Tanzania Details 19 July v FC Twente, SV De Lutte, Overijssel Details 22 July v KRC Genk, Luminus Arena, Genk Details 27 July v TBC (UEFA Europa League third qualifying round first leg) 3 August v TBC (UEFA Europa League third qualifying round second leg) 6 August v Sevilla, Goodison Park, Liverpool Details
12 July v Accrington Stanley, Wham Stadium, Accrington Details 16 July v Bury, Gigg Lane Details 22 July v Barnsley, Oakwell, Barnsley Details 1 August v Stuttgart, Schwaz, Austria Details 4 August v Torino, Jenbach, Austria Details
19 July v West Brom, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 22 July v Crystal Palace/Liverpool, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 26 July v Luton Town, Kenilworth Road, Luton Details 28 July v MK Dons, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes Details 29 July v Wolverhampton Wanderers, Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton Details 1 August v Burton Albion, Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent Details 4 August v Borussia Monchengladbach, King Power Stadium, Leicester Details
12 July v Tranmere Rovers, Prenton Park, Birkenhead Details 14 July v Wigan Athletic, DW Stadium, Wigan Details 19 July v Crystal Palace, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 22 July v West Brom/Leicester City, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 29 July v Hertha BSC, Olympiastadion Berlin Details 1 August v Bayern Munich/Atletico Madrid/Napoli, Allianz Arena (Audi Cup) Details 2 August v Bayern Munich/Atletico Madrid/Napoli, Allianz Arena (Audi Cup) Details 5 August v Athletic Club, Aviva Stadium, Dublin Details
20 July v Manchester United, NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas (International Champions Cup) Details 26 July v Real Madrid, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, (International Champions Cup) Details 29 July v Tottenham Hotspur, Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee (International Champions Cup) Details 4 August v West Ham United, Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik Details
15 July v LA Galaxy, Stubhub Centre, Los Angeles Details 17 July v Real Salt Lake, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah Details 20 July v Manchester City, NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas (International Champions Cup) Details 23 July v Real Madrid, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California (International Champions Cup) Details 26 July v Barcelona, FedExField, Washington DC (International Champions Cup) Details 30 July v Valerenga, Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo Details 2 August v Sampdoria, Aviva Stadium, Dublin Details 8 August v Real Madrid, National Arena Filip II, FYR Macedonia (UEFA Super Cup)
14 July v Heart of Midlothian, Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh Details 22 July v Preston North End, Deepdale, Preston Details 26 July v Bradford City, Northern Commercials Stadium, Bradford Details 29 July v FSV Mainz 05, Opel Arena, Mainz Details 2 August v Wolfsburg, AOK Stadion, Wolfsburg Details 6 August v Hellas Verona, St James’ Park, Newcastle upon Tyne Details
Tour of France & Tour of Austria planned
22 July v Brentford, Griffin Park, Brentford Details
10 July v Neuchatel Xamax, Tissot Arena, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland (Uhrencup) Details 12 July v Young Boys Bern, Tissot Arena, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland (Uhrencup) Details 15 July v AS Monaco, Neutral venue, Martigny, Switzerland Details 25 July v Sheffield United, Bramall Lane, Sheffield Details 29 July v Bolton Wanderers, Macron Stadium, Bolton Details 30 July v Crewe Alexandra, Alexandra Stadium, Crewe Details 5 August v RB Leipzig, Red Bull Arena, Leipzig Details
12 July v Barnet, The Hive Stadium, Harrow Details 15 July v Philadelphia Union, Philadelphia, US Details 19 July v Richmond Kickers, Richmond, US Details 22 July v North Carolina, Sahlen’s Stadium, US Details 29 July v Birmingham City, St Andrew’s, Birmingham Details 5 August v Sampdoria, Liberty Stadium Details
22 July v Paris Saint-Germain, Camping World Stadium, Orlando (International Champions Cup) Details 25 July v Roma, Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey (International Champions Cup) Details 29 July v Manchester City, Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee (International Champions Cup) Details 5 August v Juventus, Wembley Stadium, London Details
8 July v Woking, Laithwaite Community Stadium, Woking Details 15 July v AFC Wimbledon, Cherry Red Records Stadium, Kingston Upon Thames Details 18 July v Viktoria Plzen, TBC, Austria Details 22 July v SD Eibar, TBC, Austria Details 29 July v Aston Villa, Villa Park, Birmingham Details 5 August v TBC, Vicarage Road, Watford Details
West Bromwich Albion
12 July v SK Slavia Prague, Kumberg Stadium, Kumberg Details 19 July v Leicester City, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 22 July v Crystal Palace/Liverpool, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy) Details 26 July v Walsall, Banks’s Stadium, Walsall Details 26 July v Burton Albion, Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent Details 29 July v Bristol Rovers, Memorial Stadium, Bristol Details 29 July v Slough Town Details 1 August v Kidderminster Harriers, Aggborough Stadium, Kidderminster Details 1 August v Port Vale, Vale Park, Stoke-on-Trent Details 5 August v Deportivo La Coruna, Estadio Riazor, A Coruna (Teresa Herrera Trophy) Details
West Ham United
28 July v Werder Bremen, Osterwald Stadion, Schneverdingen (Betway Cup) Details 29 July v Werder Bremen, Heinz-Dettmer Stadion, Lohne (Betway Cup) Details 1 August v Altona 93, Adolf-Jager-Kampfbahn Stadium, Hamburg Details 4 August v Manchester City, Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik Details
Remember: you can watch all 380 Premier League games across NBC, USA Network, NBCSports.com and Peacock. We’ve got you covered.
Will Manchester City win yet another Premier League title? Can Arsenal push them all the way? Will Chelsea and Liverpool recover to finish in the top four? Can Manchester United’s new-look side surge into the title race? What about Tottenham? How will the new boys get on? Who will be the surprise package?
Those questions will be answered from August 2022 to May 2023, with the full list of Premier League fixtures.
While below are the answers to all of the questions you have around the Premier League fixtures and everything else you need to know for the upcoming season, with full details on the Premier League TV schedule across the NBC family of channels and more.
The Premier League fixtures for the 2022-23 season were announced on Thursday June 16, 2022 at 4am ET. Below is the full schedule, as you can watch all 380 games across our NBC platforms.
The Premier League fixture computer decides who plays who and when, as teams located close to one another are usually playing at home on opposite weekends to help with policing, crowd control and transport congestion in those areas.
When will the Premier League take a break for the 2022 World Cup?
When will the 2022-23 Premier League season finish?
The final day of the season will be on Sunday, May 28, 2023.
Which teams will compete in the 2022-23 Premier League?
These are the 20 teams which will compete in the Premier League for the upcoming season:
Arsenal, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Brentford, Brighton and Hove Albion, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Leeds United, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers
2:45pm: AFC Bournemouth v Brighton
2:45pm: Leeds v Nottingham Forest
2:45pm: Leicester vs Aston Villa
3pm: Chelsea vs Liverpool
Wednesday 5 April
3pm: Man United v Brentford
3pm: West Ham v Newcastle
Saturday 8 April
7:30am: Man Utd v Everton
Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest
Brentford v Newcastle
Fulham v West Ham
Leicester v AFC Bournemouth
Spurs v Brighton
Wolves v Chelsea
12:30pm: Southampton v Man City
Sunday 9 April
9am: Leeds v Crystal Palace
11:30am: Liverpool v Arsenal
Saturday 15 April
7:30am: Aston Villa v Newcastle
Chelsea v Brighton
Everton v Fulham
Southampton v Crystal Palace
Spurs v AFC Bournemouth
Wolves v Brentford
12:30pm: Man City v Leicester
Sunday 16 April
9am: West Ham v Arsenal
11:30am: Nottingham Forest v Man Utd
Monday 17 April
3pm: Leeds v Liverpool
Friday 21 April
3pm: Arsenal v Southampton
Saturday 22 April
7:30am: Fulham v Leeds
Brentford v Aston Villa
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester v Wolves
Liverpool v Nottingham Forest
Sunday 23 April
9am: AFC Bournemouth v West Ham
9am: Newcastle v Spurs
Postponed due to European action
Man Utd v Chelsea
Brighton v Man City
Tuesday 25 April
2:30pm: Wolves v Crystal Palace
2:45pm: Aston Villa v Fulham
2:45pm: Leeds v Leicester
Wednesday 26 April
2:30pm: Nottingham Forest v Brighton
2:45pm: Chelsea v Brentford
2:45pm: West Ham v Liverpool
3pm: Man City v Arsenal
Thursday 27 April
2:45pm: Everton v Newcastle
2:45pm: Southampton v AFC Bournemouth
3:15pm: Spurs v Man Utd
Saturday 29 April
7:30am: Crystal Palace v West Ham
Brentford v Nottingham Forest
Brighton v Wolves
12:30pm: Arsenal v Chelsea
Sunday 30 April
9am: AFC Bournemouth v Leeds
9am: Fulham v Man City
9am: Man Utd v Aston Villa
9am: Newcastle v Southampton
11:30am: Liverpool v Spurs
Monday 1 May
3pm: Leicester v Everton
Wednesday 3 May
3pm: Liverpool v Fulham
3pm: Man City v West Ham
Thursday 4 May
3pm: Brighton v Man Utd
Saturday 6 May
AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea
Spurs v Crystal Palace
Wolves v Aston Villa
12:30pm: Liverpool v Brentford
Sunday 7 May
9am: Man City v Leeds* subject to possible Champions League schedule
11:30am: Newcastle v Arsenal
2pm: West Ham v Man Utd
Monday 8 May
10am: Fulham v Leicester
12:30pm: Brighton v Everton
3pm: Nottingham Forest v Southampton
Saturday 13 May
Arsenal v Brighton
Aston Villa v Spurs
Brentford v West Ham
Chelsea v Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth
Everton v Man City
Leeds v Newcastle
Leicester v Liverpool
Man Utd v Wolves
Southampton v Fulham
Saturday 20 May
AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd
Brighton v Southampton
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Aston Villa
Man City v Chelsea
Newcastle v Leicester
Nottingham Forest v Arsenal
Spurs v Brentford
West Ham v Leeds
Wolves v Everton
Sunday 28 May
16:00 Arsenal v Wolves
16:00 Aston Villa v Brighton
16:00 Brentford v Man City
16:00 Chelsea v Newcastle
16:00 Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest
16:00 Everton v AFC Bournemouth
16:00 Leeds v Spurs
16:00 Leicester v West Ham
16:00 Man Utd v Fulham
16:00 Southampton v Liverpool
There is something somewhat dull about knowing the identity of the 2022 Golden Boot winner, the lone curiosity being the final number of his final tally, we get it, but most of what Haaland is doing this season is simply marvelous and to be admired without much fear.
Haaland’s Premier League-leading 28 goals have him seven goals clear of the next closest challenger: Tottenham’s fantastic and firing Harry Kane.
The Norwegian star piled up 20 goals in a single Premier League season faster than any player in history… by seven games (Kevin Phillips of Sunderland did it in 21). Now he’s within five goals of equalling Kevin Phillips’ record for most goals in a debut Premier League season.
And the later this season goes with him projected so far over the current record, the less chucking is accompanied by marking out the pace (especially considering Haaland was not beaten up by the World Cup, as Norway was not in the tournament). And even though Haaland is currently overperforming his expected goals total, it’s clear that projecting him for the Premier League record is rather realistic.
Haaland may not be likely to hit 50 goals given the schedule congestion to come for Man City, but the Premier League record is very well under assault and that figure isn’t entirely absurd. He’s played in 23 of Man City’s 24 games, scoring 26 goals.
Mohamed Salah holds the 38-game season record with his 32 goals scored for Liverpool during the 2017-18 season, while Newcastle’s Andy Cole and Blackburn’s Alan Shearer bagged 34 during 42-game seasons in the 20th century’s final decade.
Haaland also could topple the record for goal involvements (goals plus assists) in a single season, including beating the 42-game record. Alan Shearer put up 47 over 42, while Thierry Henry holds the 38-game record with 44.
Other records that Haaland could legitimately tie or topple:
30 goals in a first Premier League season (Kevin Phillips, Sunderland, 1999-2000)
Goals in 24 different Premier League matches (Salah, Liverpool, 2017-18)
Most goals in a Premier League match (Five tied with five)
11-straight Premier League games with a goal (Jamie Vardy, Leicester, 2014-15)
Read on to see the latest Premier League goal totals for the 2022-23 season, as Haaland looks to claim a Golden Boot in his first PL season.
The Premier League winners are yet to be determined for the 2022-23 season but there is going to be one epic battle to decide who are crowned champions.
With Arsenal leading the way but Manchester City set to hunt them down in the final months of the current campaign, it makes you think back to some of the great teams, and champs, in years gone by.
From Manchester United’s legendary treble winning side to the Leicester City fairytale and Arsenal’s Invincibles, there have been so many amazing title winners over the 30 seasons of the Premier League.
1992-93: Manchester United
1993-94: Manchester United
1994-95: Blackburn Rovers
1995-96: Manchester United
1996-97: Manchester United
1998-99: Manchester United
1999-00: Manchester United
2000-01: Manchester United
2002-03: Manchester United
2006-07: Manchester United
2007-08: Manchester United
2008-09: Manchester United
2010-11: Manchester United
2011-12: Manchester City
2012-13: Manchester United
2013-14: Manchester City
2015-16: Leicester City
2017-18: Manchester City
2018-19: Manchester City
2020-21: Manchester City
2021-22: Manchester City
Kevin De Bruyne’s gaudy assist numbers give rise to any number of considerations, and we have to wonder if the Manchester City star has ever wondered if the Premier League record would be his in a world in which Jose Mourinho found better use for him at Chelsea.
De Bruyne’s 12 assists this Premier League season are two more than his nearest competitors — Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka — and give him 98 for his career. That’s fifth all-time, two more than Dennis Bergkamp and 64 (?!) behind record holder Ryan Giggs.
The Belgian star, 31, arrived at Chelsea from Werder Bremen at the age of 22 and managed only 425 in a half-season before being offloaded to Wolfsburg. Back in the Bundesliga, De Bruyne got six assists the rest of the way before setting up 21 goals the next season to set up a move to Man City.
He’s since won the nascent Premier League Playmaker of the Season Award twice, including a 20-assist 2019-20 season, and he’s on pace to make it three of six. Harry Kane, Mohamed Salah, and Eden Hazard have also won the award, which is only five years old.
De Bruyne also led the Premier League in assists in 2016-17, the year before the league but a name on the honor.
His stats hint that there’s more to come, as ‘KDB’ is creating a gaudy 3.61 chances per 90 minutes. After a season in which he scored 15 times with eight assists, De Bruyne is back taunting those who’d dare chase him in terms of setting up goals (Some guy named Erling Haaland is helping…).