Mon 20 August: Everton (A) 8pm - Sky
Sun 2 September: Southampton (A) 4pm - Sky
Sun 23 September: Liverpool (A) 1.30pm - Sky
Sat 29 September: Tottenham (H) 5.30pm - ESPN
Sun 7 October: Newcastle (A) 4pm - Sky
Sun 28 October: Chelsea (A) 4pm - Sky
Sat 3 November: Arsenal (H) 12.45pm - Sky
Sat 10 November: Aston Villa (A) 5.30pm - Sky
Sat 17 November: Norwich (A) 5.30pm - ESPN
Wed 28 November: West Ham (H) - 8pm
Wed 30 January: Southampton (H) - 8pm
Manchester United's 2012/2013 season will kick off on Monday 20 August at Everton.
Sky Sports and ESPN have announced their first batch of live dates which means nine fixtures have been moved to accommodate television coverage.
The trips to Southampton and Liverpool have been switched to a Sunday while the first Old Trafford encounter to be screened is the 29 September clash with Tottenham. The only other home match that will be live is the early kick-off against Arsenal on 3 November.
Midweek games at home to West Ham (28 November) and Southampton (29 January) have been moved back to Wednesdays and there may be further fixture amendments subject to Europa League participation of other teams.
Check ManUtd.com for future updates.