The Premier League ended last season on May 28 and goes through its 76-day break until the protagonists return to the fields of play for a new season, the 2023/24.
It was the 32nd season of English football’s top flight since it was renamed Premier in 1992. Between 1988 and that year, it carried the Football League First Division banner.
The 2023/24 course already has confirmed start and closing dates and the teams that will compete. All that remains is for the calendar to be launched.
As usual, there will be 38 days of dispute and Manchester City will start as the defending champion. Premier League 2023-24
Burnley, Sheffield United, and Luton Town will be the teams that arrive from the Championship (2nd division), while Southampton, Leeds United and Leicester City lost the category.
Programming season 2023/24
Start date: August 12, 2023
Closing date: May 19, 2024
This is how the first date is played
11/8 Burnley vs. Manchester City
12/8 Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest
12/8 Everton vs. Fulham
12/8 Brighton vs. Luton Town
12/8 Bournemouth vs. West Ham
12/8 Sheffield United vs. Crystal Palace
12/8 Newcastle United vs. Aston Villa
12/8 Brentford vs. Tottenham
13/8 Chelsea vs. Liverpool
14/8 Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton