2022-23 Premier League schedule revealed

The 2022-2023 Premier League schedule was revealed on Thursday. Many shocks are as usual on the program.

The season has barely ended, the next one is already being prepared. This Thursday, the Premier League unveiled the full schedule for its 2022-2023 season. The opportunity for the various supporters to tick the dates of the calendar according to the meetings they want to attend, and like every year, there will be many shocks.

The first will take place on the second day with a London duel with Champions League flavors between chelsea and Tottenhamthe following week the enemies Manchester United and liverpool will fight.

October, month of shocks

October is set to be one of the most exciting months of the season across the Channel. And it will start very strong since the 1st of the month will see Arsenal and Tottenham in the North London derby, but will also take place the Manchester derby between City and United.

The Gunners will have a very busy month with clashes against Liverpool then Manchester City. On the 19th, the Red Devils will host Spurs before moving to Chelsea 3 days later.

Game of the year?

This is obviously the match that everyone is already waiting for: the clash between JĂĽrgen Klopp’s Liverpool and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, the two best teams in the Kingdom for 5 years and which are part of the top Europeans. The Reds host their rivals on October 15 before traveling to the Etihad Stadium on April 1, 2023.

A truce of a month and a half

Like Ligue 1, the English championship had to adapt to the World Cup schedule in November and December. Thus, the players will benefit from a break from November 12 until December 26, so they will return for the traditional Boxing Day, it remains to be seen in what state…

A season which already promises to be exciting and which will see new recruits like Erling Haaland, Darwin Nunez, Boubacar Kamara and many more that will arrive during the summer.

The program for the first day:

Friday August 5:

Crystal Palace–Arsenal

Saturday August 6:

Bournemouth–Aston Villa

Sunday August 7:

Manchester United–Brighton
West Ham–Manchester City



  • 1/7

    1st – Manchester City

    93pts (+73)

  • 2/7

    2nd – Liverpool

    92pts (+68)

  • 3/7

    3rd – Chelsea

    74pts (+43)

  • 4/7

    4th – Tottenham

    71 points (+29)

  • 5/7

    5th – Arsenal

    69pts (+13)

  • 6/7

    6th – Manchester United

    58 pts (0)

  • 7/7

    7th – West Ham

    56pts (+9)

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