Saturday, August 13, 2022

Liverpool Premier League 2022/23 Fixtures and Schedule

Saturday, August 6, 2022 begins the 2022/23 Premier League season for Liverpool with a trip to newly-promoted Fulham.

It will be the fourth consecutive season that Liverpool opens the season against a Premier League debutant.

However, after defeating Crystal Palace, Jurgen Klopp’s squad will face Manchester United on August 20 at Old Trafford.

In September, Liverpool will travel to Everton and Chelsea, while in October, the Reds will face Arsenal and reigning champions Man City in consecutive matches on October 8 and 15.

Liverpool’s final game before the winter World Cup is a home match against Southampton on November 12, followed by a road match against Aston Villa on Christmas Day.

The Reds will then visit archrivals United on March 4, followed by perilous-looking matches against City (April 1) and Arsenal at Anfield (April 8) before ending the season against Southampton.

Liverpool Premier League 2022/23 Fixtures and Schedule

August

6: Fulham (a)

13: Crystal Palace (h)

20: Manchester United (a)

27: Bournemouth (h)

31: Newcastle United (h)

September

3: Everton (a)

10: Wolves (h)

17: Chelsea (a)

October

1: Brighton (h)

8: Arsenal (a)

15: Manchester City (h)

19: West Ham United (h)

22: Nottingham Forest (a)

29: Leeds United (h)

November

5: Tottenham Hotspur (a)

12: Southampton (h)

December

26: Aston Villa (a)

31: Leicester City (h)

January

2: Brentford (a)

14: Brighton (a)

21: Chelsea (h)

February

4: Wolves (a)

11: Everton (h)

18: Newcastle United (a)

25: Crystal Palace (a)

March

4: Manchester United (h)

11: Bournemouth (a)

18: Fulham (h)

April

1: Manchester City (a)

8: Arsenal (h)

15: Leeds United (a)

22: Nottingham Forest (h)

25: West Ham (a)

29: Tottenham (h)

May

6: Brentford (h)

13: Leicester City (a)

20: Aston Villa (h)

28: Southampton (a)

Premier League 2022/23 Date and Schedule

The Premier League season will begin on the weekend of August 5-7, a week earlier than it did in 2021/22.

Nonetheless, the Premier League will take a midseason break to accommodate the inaugural Winter World Cup. The final round of the league before the winter break will take place on the weekend of November 12/13, before the league resumes on Boxing Day and the World Cup final takes place on December 18.

The final day of the Premier League will be on Sunday, May 28.

The Carabao Cup final will take place on Sunday, February 26, while the FA Cup final will take place on Saturday, June 3.

The Europa League final is slated for May 31 in Budapest, the Europa Conference League final on June 7 in Prague, and the Champions League final for June 10 in Istanbul.

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