2019/2020 Premier League fixtures

Friday 14 June 2019
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The Premier League has unveiled an exciting set of new fixtures for the 2019/2020 season, as Britain’s biggest and best clubs prepare to go head-to-head!

All 380 fixtures for the 2019/2020 season have now been released, although the dates are subject to change depending on TV coverage, and clubs tasting success in European and cup competitions.

The 2019/2020 saw Manchester City pip Liverpool to the Premier League title by one point in the closest title race for several years – one part of an impressive domestic treble that also included victories in the League Cup and FA Cup.

Three sides return to the Premier League for the upcoming campaign. Norwich return after three years away from the top flight of English football, having won the EFL Championship title in 2018/2019. Sheffield United have also returned to the Premier League after a 12-year absence.

Aston Villa were the final side to join them, having won promotion via the Championship play-offs to end a three-year spell away from the Premier League. The three sides replace Cardiff City, Fulham and Huddersfield, who were all relegated during the 2018/2019 season.


West Ham v Manchester City and Manchester United v Chelsea are the stand-out fixtures on the season’s opening weekend, with Liverpool v Norwich kicking things off on Friday, 9 August.


The big derbies

Arsenal and Tottenham will go head to head on Saturday, 31 August, while Liverpool and Everton meet on Wednesday, 4 December.


The newly promoted sides

The first day of the season, Friday, 9 August, will see Norwich travel to Anfield to face Liverpool.  While the opening weekend will see Bournemouth host Sheffield United, and Aston Villa are set to face Spurs at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.


Tickets for Premier League fixtures can be purchased via the clubs involved and from the VisitBritain shop.

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