Full List: Chelsea Premier League Fixtures For 2022/2023 Season

The English Premier League has released fixtures for the 2022/23 Premier League season.

With this season seeing a World Cup breaking it up midway through, Chelsea’s  new season kicks off with a trip to Merseyside and a reunion with Frank Lampard with Everton at Goodison Park.

This is followed by a home London derby against Tottenham, before the Blues travel to Elland Road to face Leeds United.

Chelsea end August with a home date against Leicester before facing Southampton at St Mary’s, in what is scheduled to be their first midweek clash of the new campaign.

Chelsea’s Premier League fixtures – 2022/23

Saturday 6 August
Everton
away

Saturday 13 August
Tottenham Hotspur
home

Saturday 20 August
Leeds United
away

Saturday 27 August
Leicester City
home

Wednesday 31 August
Southampton
away

Saturday 3 September
West Ham United
home

Saturday 10 September
Fulham
away

Saturday 17 September
Liverpool
home

Saturday 1 October
Crystal Palace
away

Saturday 8 October
Wolverhampton Wanderers
home

Saturday 15 October
Aston Villa
away

Tuesday 18 October
Brentford
away

Saturday 22 October
Manchester United
home

Saturday 29 October
Brighton & Hove Albion
away

Saturday 5 November
Arsenal
home

Saturday 12 November
Newcastle United
away

Monday 26 December
Bournemouth
home

Saturday 31 December
Nottingham Forest
away

Monday 2 January
Manchester City
home

Saturday 14 January
Crystal Palace
home

Saturday 21 January
Liverpool
away

Saturday 4 February
Fulham
home

Saturday 11 February
West Ham United
away

Saturday 18 February
Southampton
home

Saturday 25 February
Tottenham Hotspur
away

Saturday 4 March
Leeds United
home

Saturday 11 March
Leicester City
away

Saturday 18 March
Everton
home

Saturday 1 April
Aston Villa
home

Saturday 8 April
Wolverhampton Wanderers
away

Saturday 15 April
Brighton & Hove Albion
home

Saturday 22 April
Manchester United
away

Wednesday 26 April
Brentford
home

Saturday 29 April
Arsenal
away

Saturday 6 May
Bournemouth
away

Saturday 13 May
Nottingham Forest
home

Saturday 20 May
Manchester City
away

Sunday 28 May
Newcastle United
home

This article was originally published on Naija News