Leeds are back in the Premier League for this season.

Here is the Premier League 2020-21 schedule, showing all weeks when games are happening. I have thrown in the Championship, as well.

2019-20 was, for now, the end of the road for Norwich in the Premier League.

This is obviously not a game-by-game schedule, just a planning assistant if you are thinking about going over for some games. To see all the actual fixtures, check PremierLeague.com and EFL.com.

Remember, all the games are originally listed for Saturday at 3, but throughout the season those will be changed by television to other times that weekend. Here is a list of when that happens for the Premier League. Games could also be moved for FA Cup or League Cup ties.

“Midweek games” almost always means Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

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The 2020-21 Premier League and Championship Schedule By Week

September

  • 12 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 19 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 26 weekend: Both leagues play

October (TV changes made September 11)

  • 3 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 10 weekend: International Break. No Premier League or Championship games.
  • 17 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 20-21: Midweek Championship games
  • 24 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 27-28: Midweek Championship games
  • 31 weekend: Both leagues play

November (TV changes made September 22)

  • 3-4: Midweek Championship games
  • 7 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 14 weekend: International Break. No Premier League or Championship games.
  • 21 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 24-25: Midweek Championship games
  • 28-29 weekend: Both leagues play

December (TV changes made October 9)

  • 1-2: Midweek Championship games
  • 5-6 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 8-9: Midweek Championship games
  • 12-13 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 15-16: Midweek Premier League and Championship games
  • 19-20 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 26-27 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 28: Championship
  • 29: Premier League

January (TV changes made October 9)

  • 2-3 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 9-10 weekend: Neither league plays, because all clubs enter the FA Cup Third Round.
  • 12-13: Midweek Premier League games
  • 16-17 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 19-20: Midweek Championship games
  • 23-24 weekend: Both leagues play (but it’s also FA Cup Round 4, so beware of schedule changes here!)
  • 26-27: Midweek Premier League games
  • 30-31 weekend: Both leagues play

February

  • 2-3: Midweek Premier League games
  • 6-7 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 13-14 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 16-17: Midweek Championship games
  • 20-21 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 23-24: Midweek Championship games
  • 27-28 weekend: Both leagues play (but this is League Cup Final weekend, so beware of schedule changes here!)

March

  • 2-3: Midweek Championship games
  • 6-7 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 13-14 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 16-17: Midweek Championship games
  • 20-21 weekend: Both leagues play (but it’s also FA Cup Quarterfinals, so beware of schedule changes here!)
  • 27 weekend: International Break. No Premier League or Championship games.

April

  • 2, Good Friday: Championship games
  • 3-4 weekend: Premier League games
  • 5, Easter Monday: Championship games
  • 10-11 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 17-18 weekend: Both leagues play (but it’s also FA Cup Semifinals, so beware of schedule changes here!)
  • 20-21: Midweek Championship games
  • 24-25 weekend: Both leagues play

May

  • 1-2 weekend: Both leagues play
  • 8: Last day of Championship season; playoffs begin following week.
  • 11-12: Midweek Premier League games
  • 15-16 weekend: Premier League games (but it’s also FA Cup Final Weekend, so beware of schedule changes here!)
  • 23: Last day of Premier League season

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