The Premier League season will begin on the weekend of August 6/7. This is one week earlier than the 2021/22 campaign started, and means teams will have an 11-week break between the seasons.
However, the Premier League will take a break in the middle of the season to accommodate a winter World Cup for the first time.
As a result, match-round 16 will be the final one played - over the weekend of November 12/13 - before players called up by their countries for the tournament travel to Qatar.
The Premier League will then resume on Boxing Day following the conclusion of the World Cup, with the final taking place on December 18.
The Premier League will conclude on May 28, with all the matches kicking off at the same time, as is standard on the final day.
Aside from a winter World Cup bringing Europe’s major leagues to a halt mid-season, the biggest change currently on the horizon is the return of five substitutes to the Premier League.
The rule was brought in when the league returned from the Covid-enforced hiatus in the 2019/20 season, but managers were once again limited to just three subs last season after clubs voted to revert to the status quo…
However, the Premier League sides voted in favour of bringing back five subs on a permanent basis in March, with the rule coming into effect from the start of the new season.
Are the fixtures out yet?
The Premier League fixtures for the 2022/23 season will be released at 9am on Thursday June 16.
It will be the first opportunity for the three promoted sides - Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest - to plan their schedules after their returns to the top flight.
I hope we get City on day one
Forest will play City
Fulham against Tottenham, maybe on the Friday night
Bournemouth v Newcastle in the Eddie Howe derby
Are Utd still in the big 6 or have Newcastle pushed us out?
The Big 6 is still based on pyjama sales
Typical manc. You wouldn’t see us scousers at that craic.
Being boring cunts? ( driving lads demented haha lol )
Yes. Us. Tell Us Probably Not!
This brought back incredible memories
Back in the good old days before the money went too extreme after the takeovers at Chelsea, Man City and now Newcastle.
Who could forget Andy Townsend’s Tactics Truck?
Can you imagine if they actually done this
I’d wonder what they would do with them.
- Man City
6. Man Utd
7. Newcastle Utd
- West Ham
And approaching a new low points record Bournemouth
*optimism is a flaw of mine when it comes to utd…
Liverpool to win the league, possibly with 100+ points.
And ye can bookmark that.