When Will We Know the 2023-24 Premier League Schedule?

Paul Gerald · Profile
When Will We Know the 2023-24 Premier League Schedule?

If you’re planning a trip to watch Premier League football next season, you’ll need to know the announcement date for the 2023-24 Premier League fixtures.

Well, now we know it: The Premier League fixtures — for the whole season (kind of — see below) — will be announced on June 15, 2023.

Within a day or two of that, Groundhopper Guides will have all of our Premier League tickets and hospitality on sale for the 2023-24 season.

What else do we know about the 2023-24 Premier League schedule?

There will be many adjustments. While the fixtures are announced on June 15, they are in fact subject to many adjustments, mainly for television but also for cup games, European competitions, monarchs dying, who knows what. The TV change dates for the Premier League will also be announced on June 15, and they will look a lot like these for the 2022-23 season.

The season starts on the weekend of August 12.

The season ends on Sunday May 19, with all games at the same time.

There will be international breaks — when there won’t be any games in the Premier League, Championship, or other top European leagues — on the weekends of September 9, October 14, and November 18 in 2023 and March 23, 2024.

There will be no Premier League games on a couple of weekends in January 2024 — probably January 6 and 27, but this isn’t set — for FA Cup games.

The “winter break” will return for this season. It’s not a true break, but on each weekend of January 13 and 20, 2024, half the Premier League teams will not play.

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Written By Paul Gerald
Paul Gerald, Founder & Owner of Groundhopper Soccer Guides · Profile
Paul is a traveler, writer, publisher and soccer freak. He started Groundhopper Soccer Guides as EnglishSoccerGuide.com in 2014. When he's not kicking around England working on this site and his book, you can find him at Providence Park in Portland, cheering on the Portland Timbers.

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