Arsenal's 2022/23 Premier League fixtures released
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 22: (R) Eddie Nketiah celebrates scoring the 2nd Arsenal goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton at Emirates Stadium on May 22, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)


Arsenal will begin their 22/23 Premier League campaign away at Crystal Palace in the opening fixture of the new season on August 5th.

The two sides last meeting will still be fresh in the memories of many Arsenal fans around the world, with the Eagles soaring over the Gunners 3-0 at Selhurst Park in a game which contributed to the North London side narrowly missing out on the Champions League.

The Emirates Stadium will then play host to it's first game of the season on August 13th, as Arsenal take on Leicester City.

Mikel Arteta's side then have back to back games against two freshly promoted sides, travelling to Bournemouth on August 20th, before hosting Fulham on August 27th, and then lastly rounding off the month facing Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium on the 30th.

The first North London Derby is scheduled for the start of October, a month which looks to be a tricky one for the Gunners, where they also have to face Liverpool and Manchester City, as well as some potentially tough games against Leeds, Southampton and Nottingham Forest.

Arsenal are in for a quiet few months in November and December due to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with only the four games against Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Brighton, and West Ham (on Boxing Day).

January offers up another North London Derby on the 14th, followed by a visit from Manchester United on the 21st, before February and March gives the Gunners a bit of a breather from facing any of the other 'Bix Six' sides.

Mikel Arteta's young side face a busy month in April, playing six times, including twice away to Liverpool and Manchester City, as well as at home to Chelsea. 

All fixtures are subject to change due to broadcast selections and Arsenal's involvement in the Europa League, as well as other domestic competitions.

The Gunners currently have five official first team pre-season friendlies arranged over the Summer, facing FC Nurnberg in Germany, Everton, Chelsea and Orlando City in America and then finally Sevilla in the Emirates Cup at the end of July.

  • Key games to look out for

August 5th - Crystal Palace (a)

September 3rd - Manchester United (a)

October 1st - Tottenham (h)

October 8th - Liverpool (h)

October 18th - Manchester City (h)

November 5th - Chelsea (a)

26th December (Boxing Day) - West Ham (h)

January 14th - Tottenham (a)

January 21st - Manchester United (h)

April 8th - Liverpool (a)

April - 26th - Manchester City (a)

April 29th - Chelsea (h)

May 28th - Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)

  • Full fixture list



5th - Crystal Palace (a)

13th - Leicester City (h)

20th - AFC Bournemouth (a)

27th - Fulham (h)

30th - Aston Villa (h)



3rd - Manchester United (a)

10th - Everton (h)

17th - Brentford (a)



1st - Tottenham (h)

8th - Liverpool (h)

15th - Leeds (a)

18th - Manchester City (h)

22nd Southampton (a)

29th - Nottingham Forest (h)



5th - Chelsea (a)

12th - Wolverhampton Wanderers (a)



26th - West Ham (h)

31st - Brighton (a)



2nd - Newcastle United (h)

14th - Tottenham (a)

21st - Manchester United (h)



4th - Everton (a)

11th - Brentford (h)

18th - Aston Villa (a)

25th - Leicester City (a)



4th - AFC Bournemouth (h)

11th - Fulham (a)

18th - Crystal Palace (h)



1st - Leeds (h)

8th - Liverpool (a)

15th - West Ham (a)

22nd - Southampton (h)

26th - Manchester City (a)

29th - Chelsea (H)


6th - Newcastle (a)

13th - Brighton (h)

20th - Nottingham Forest (a)

28th - Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)

*All fixtures are subject to change.