When do Premier League fixtures 2023/24 come out? Release date for full list of matches
When do Premier League fixtures 2023/24 come out? Release date for full list of matches
When do Premier League fixtures 2023/24 come out?

As the 2022/23 Premier League campaign is nearing its end, many teams are already turning their focus to next season.Chelsea are in need of a new manager and a fresh intake of players after a disastrous domestic season, while newly promoted sides from the Championship will be preparing for a more difficult challenge.Even teams such as Arsenal and Manchester United, who still have a lot to fight for in their remaining games, are exploring their options in the transfer market. The Sporting News looks at when Premier League sides will know their calendar for the 2023/24 season.MORE: Champions League top scorer 2022/23: Updated rankingsWhen are the Premier League fixtures released?This will be the first time since the 2018/19 season that the Premier League will return to a normal schedule. The COVID-19 pandemic caused disruptions and the 2022 FIFA World Cup saw a large break in the 2022/23 season.The Premier League fixtures for the 2023/24 season will be released at 09:00 BST on Thursday, June 15. All 380 matches will be released at this time, 17 days after the end of the 2022/23 campaign.Liverpool have requested for their first fixture to be played away from home to allow them more time to finish construction at Anfield. The expansion will see the capacity go past 61,000.When will the new Premier League season start and end?There will be 76 days between the end of this current season and the beginning of the new one as matches are set to kick off on Saturday, August 12.The 2023/24 season will end slightly earlier on Sunday, May 19 due to the UEFA European Championships in the summer. The final games will kickoff simultaneously as usual.The mid-season break will also return this season during the festive period. No two rounds across Christmas and New Year will taken place within 48 hours of each other. There will also be three midweek rounds and one Bank Holiday match round.MORE: When did West Ham last reach a cup final?Which teams are in the Premier League next season?Although no Premier League teams have been relegated as of yet, two team from the Championship have secured their promotion to the top-flight of English football. Burnley finished top of the Championship with 101 under the guidance of Vincent Kompany, while Sheffield United claimed second place to gain automatic promotion. Luton, Middlesbrough, Coventry, and Sunderland will battle it out in the playoffs to earn the final promotion spot.Southampton have to win all three of their remaining fixtures to stay in the Premier League. Leeds, Leicester, Everton, and Nottingham Forest are all in danger of going down.Both West Ham and Bournemouth are not mathematically safe, but the chances of them being relegated are very low.

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