Fulham's 2022/23 Premier League fixtures announced
LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 19: Fulham players celebrate their side's promotion to the Premier League following victory the Sky Bet Championship match between Fulham and Preston North End at Craven Cottage on April 19, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

Marco Silva's Fulham will mark their return to the Premier League by facing Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool in the first Saturday lunchtime kick-off slot of the season.

It will be at Craven Cottage, giving home fans the chance to see their team go up against a side who came within a single point of lifting the top flight trophy last season, meaning it will be a very tough task.

A first away day of the campaign comes the weekend after, as Fulham travel to Molineux to face Wolves, with two London derbies immediately after against Brentford and Arsenal respectively.

Brighton then comes next, before another two mammoth games against fellow sides from the capital, as Marco Silva's team first travel to Tottenham, before hosting Chelsea.

There's then the prospect of facing a side who also came up from the Championship last season in Nottingham Forest, and the first few games of October involve playing Newcastle United, West Ham and Bournemouth.

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Throughout the whole of October the West London side don't have to face a single one of the so-called 'Big Six' teams, instead completing the month up against Aston Villa, Leeds United and Everton - not that those will be easy games either.

Of course, as a result of the World Cup taking place mid-season, there are then only two more games in November, and it's a very tough prospect, as an away day at Manchester City is followed by hosting Manchester United.

Coming back from that hiatus in Qatar,  it's a Boxing Day meeting with South London rivals Crystal Palace, followed by games against Southampton and Leicester City either side of the New Year.

A trip to the North then beckons, with Newcastle the opponents, and then it's another back-to-back set of derbies against Tottenham, at home, and Chelsea away, making the short trip to Stamford Bridge.

Some more manageable games come next, with Nottingham Forest, Brighton, Wolves and Brentford taking Marco Silva's side into March.

Arsenal at home is the penultimate game before the final international break of the season, and then it's the daunting task of travelling to Merseyside to face a team who, along with City, took part in last year's thrilling title race.

April begins with Bournemouth away, with other games on the road including Everton and Aston Villa in that month, while at Craven Cottage there's the likes of West Ham, Leeds and Man City.

Finally, to round off the campaign, it's Leicester, Southampton and Palace, with the final game of the season - that may be pivotal depending on the state of the league table - coming away to Manchester United on 28th May 2023.

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Key Matches

August 6th: Liverpool (H)

August 27th: Arsenal (A)

September 3rd: Tottenham (A)

September 10th: Chelsea (H)

November 5th: Manchester City (A)

November 12th: Manchester United (H)

December 26th: Crystal Palace (A)

January 21st: Tottenham (H)

February 4th: Chelsea (A)

March 11th: Arsenal (H)

March 18th: Liverpool (A)

April 29th: Manchester City (H)

May 28th: Manchester United (A)

All Fulham Fixtures*

*All Premier League fixtures are subject to change


August 6th: Liverpool (H)

August 13th: Wolves (A)

August 20th: Brentford (H)

August 27th: Arsenal (A)

August 30th: Brighton (H)


September 3rd: Tottenham Hotspur (A)

September 10th: Chelsea (H)

September 17th: Nottingham Forest (A)


October 1st: Newcastle (H)

October 8th: West Ham (A)

October 15th: Bournemouth (H)

October 18th: Aston Villa (H)

October 22nd: Leeds United (A)

October 29th: Everton (H)


November 5th: Manchester City (A)

November 12th: Manchester United (H)


December 26th: Crystal Palace (A)

December 31st: Southampton (H)


January 2nd: Leicester City (A)

January 14th: Newcastle United (A)

January 21st: Tottenham Hotspur (H)


February 4th: Chelsea (A)

February 11th: Nottingham Forest (H)

February 18th: Brighton (A)

February 25th: Wolves (H)


March 4th: Brentford (A)

March 11th: Arsenal (H)

March 18th: Liverpool (A)


April 1st: Bournemouth (A)

April 8th: West Ham (H)

April 15th: Everton (A)

April 22nd: Leeds United (H)

April 25th: Aston Villa (A)

April 29th: Manchester City (H)


May 6th: Leicester City (H)

May 13th: Southampton (A)

May 20th: Crystal Palace (H)

May 28th: Manchester United (A)