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When does the 2023/24 English Premier League season start? Fixtures and dates confirmed



Everton and Liverpool will not have fond memories of the 2022/23 Premier League season.

The 2022/23 Premier League season is almost over, with just one game left for sides in the division.

Everton go into the final day with fate in their own hands, knowing they must beat Bournemouth to secure a place in the division for next year. Liverpool, meanwhile, have little to play for but pride when they take on Southampton on the south coast.

Should the Blues secure their top-flight status, the attention of both Merseyside clubs will soon be focused on next season and efforts to improve. Ahead of this new opportunity for both clubs, below is everything you need to know about the 2023/24 fixture list.

When does the 2023/24 Premier League season start?

The 2023/24 season begins on Saturday August 12, 2023 and ends on Sunday May 19, 2024.

After three seasons of disruption due to COVID-19 and the World Cup in Qatar, the Premier League is returning to its usual schedule and returning to its pre-pandemic format.

There will be a break between January 13 and January 20 to allow players to rest and recuperate during the busy winter period.

There will also be four international breaks that will disrupt the campaign, which are listed below.

  • September 4-12, 2023
  • October 9-17 2023
  • November 13-21, 2023
  • March 18-26, 2024

When will the 2023/24 Premier League fixtures be released?

The Premier League have confirmed that the fixture schedule for the 2023/24 season will be revealed on Thursday 15 June at 9am BST.

This follows the same pattern of recent years, which has seen the 20 teams in the division discover their fate during the second weeks of June.


Liverpool target Alexis Mac Allister seen in tears as Brighton boss makes admission over his movie to Anfield

The Brighton midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool in recent weeks

Alexis Mac Allister cried after Brighton’s 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa last afternoon after appearing to say goodbye to Seagulls fans after the final whistle.
The Argentina midfielder is expected to leave his current employers in the coming weeks and is a prime target for Liverpool as they prepare to rejuvenate their midfield department this summer. ECHO understands the Reds may have to fend off interest from Manchester City and Manchester United if they want to sign Mac Allister.

The clearest hint yet that the 24-year-old is leaving Brighton came with great emotion as he made his way towards supporters who had traveled to Villa Park to see Roberto De Zerbi’s side in action. As fans started chanting the midfielder’s name, De Zerbi wrapped his arm around the player before smiling and pointing in his direction. Speaking after his side’s win over Villa, the Brighton boss later confirmed he expects Sunday’s Premier League game to be Mac Allister’s last for the Seagulls. “Yes, I think it could be the last match for Alexis and Moises Caicedo,” admitted the Italian.

“I’m really sorry because they are two great people and two great players, but Brighton’s policy is like that. It’s good that they can leave, they can play at a higher level.”

Less resigned to the idea of ​​Mac Allister seeking out new pastures this summer, Brighton CEO Paul Barber played down talk of a departure when he discussed the player’s future with talkSPORT earlier this week. “I saw [Mac Allister] on the pitch and he looked very happy and obviously we want him to be here next season,” he said.

“Obviously we know there’s going to be a lot of clubs, not just in this country, but around Europe and around the world, that are going to be wanting him to play for them. But, at the moment he’s wearing blue and white stripes and I’m delighted about that.

“If I lost sleep over every report that I read about one of our players doing that then I wouldn’t be sleeping very much at all. At the moment, he’s focused on doing what he can for us during his final two games.”

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