The current season may not have finished quite yet – but that hasn’t stopped football fans looking ahead to the release of the 2023/24 fixtures next month.
will be the favourites to win a record fourth consecutive league title, whilst the likes of Arsenal, and Liverpool will be looking to close the gap on ’s side.
Chelsea and Tottenham will be expecting a vast improvement on this year’s showing and teams such as and will be keen to continue mixing it at the business end of the division.
But when exactly are the fixtures released for the 2023/24 Premier League season and when will the next campaign start?
Let’s take a look at everything we know so far.
When are the 2023/24 fixtures announced?
The Premier League fixtures for the 2023/24 season will be announced on Thursday, June 15 at 9am BST.
When does next season start?
The Premier League 2023/24 season will start on Saturday, August 12 and end on Sunday, May 19.
That start date will allow 76 clear days between the end of the current season and the start of the next one.
The schedule has returned to normal following the Covid-19 pandemic and the World Cup 2022, which had caused disruption to the previous three seasons.
Next season will also see the mid-season break return, which takes place between January 13 and 20.
The season will contain 34 weekends of action plus three midweek rounds and one Bank Holiday.
In an attempt to ease the pressure on clubs during the congested schedule across Christmas and New Year, the Premier League has confirmed that no two rounds will take place within 48 hours of each other.
Which teams will be taking part next season?
So far, 18 of the 20 clubs contesting the Premier League 2023/24 season have been confirmed.
This includes Burnley and Sheffield United, who this season have won automatic promotion from the Championship.
They will be joined by either Coventry City or Luton Town, who will face one another in the at Wembley on Saturday, May 27.
Southampton will not be playing in the Premier League next season from the top flight.
The Saints will be joined in the Championship next season by two of Everton, Leeds and Leicester.
Premier League teams 2023/24
- Aston Villa
- Crystal Palace
- Manchester City
- Manchester United
- Newcastle United
- Nottingham Forest
- Sheffield United
- West Ham
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