Premier League: When are the fixtures released?

Tuesday 11 June 2024 09:49

The Premier League may be on the backburner for now, as the attention of the football world turns to Euro 2024, which starts in Germany on Friday.

However, there is an important top-flight announcement coming next week.

Dates for all 380 matches to be played next term will be announced at 09:00 BST on Tuesday 18 June, 30 days after the 2023/24 campaign concluded.

The 2024/25 season will begin on 17 August 2024 and conclude on 25 May 2025, when all 10 games will take place simultaneously, as usual.

The season will consist of 33 weekends, four midweek rounds of matches and one Bank Holiday matchweek.

The Premier League has confirmed that arrangements will be made to ease the congested schedule around Christmas and New Year, with no club playing within 60 hours of another match.

However, the mid-season break, introduced in 2019/20, has been scrapped to allow for a later league start date. 

United started last season with a home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Raphael Varane scoring the winning goal to settle a tight Monday-night game.

We've opened each of our last seven campaigns with an Old Trafford encounter, and 2016's visit to Bournemouth was the last curtain-raiser on the road.

Leicester City, Ipswich Town - in the top division for the first time since 2002 - and Southampton are the promoted teams, replacing relegated Sheffield United, Burnley and Luton Town.


Premier League fixtures will be released next Tuesday, and the initial release of tickets will be sold exclusively to United Members who have joined before 08:00 BST on Monday 17 June. Don't miss out – join today to be ready for the initial release, and for exclusive access to all ticket releases throughout the season.

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