When Does TV Change the Premier League Schedule?

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When Does TV Change the Premier League Schedule?

Once the Premier League schedule was announced on June 16, you might think that the fixture dates and times are all set. But television runs the league — so when does TV change the Premier League dates?

Fortunately, this is both predictable and announced in advance. So here are the dates when TV networks change the Premier League schedule. Originally games are all listed as Saturday at 3 p.m., with a few midweek games. But those Saturday games, especially, will be moved around to other times the same weekend, anywhere from Friday evening to Monday evening.

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When TV Changes the Premier League Schedule

Note that some games are also moved because a team advances in the FA Cup, League Cup, or European competitions.

August/September games on July 5, 2022

October games on July 29, 2022

November games on September 13, 2022

December/January games on October 11, 2022 — although, as usual, they are extremely late with this announcement. And it will probably be made in two stages.

February games on December 6, 2022

March games on January 25, 2023

April games on February 21, 2023

Game Week 35 (May 6): March 23, 2023

Game Week 36 (May 13): March 30, 2023

Game Week 37 (May 20): April 7, 2023

Game Week 38 (May 28): April 10, 2023. Yes, they are claiming they will adjust the last-day games, even thought they are always held at the same time — this year, 4 p.m. on the Sunday. We’ll see if they actually change it.

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Written By Paul Gerald
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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