Premier League fixtures 2018-2019: All you need to know
Premier League fixtures 2018/19: All you need to know
- The fixtures for the 2018/19 Premier League season will be released Thursday
- Manchester City will be defending their Premier League title in the new season
- Tottenham’s first three games will be away as new stadium nears completion
The fixtures for the 2018/19 Premier League season are slated to be revealed very soon.
Defending champions Manchester City will plot the defence of their title, while rivals Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea can all begin to see where their attempts to win the Premier League will take shape.
Tottenham’s first three matches will be away from home as their new stadium nears completion. Sportsmail reported on Tuesday that their first home match could also be held at Wembley stadium.
The fixtures for the 2018-2019 Premier League season are scheduled to be revealed on June 14
When will the Premier League fixtures be released?
The fixtures for the 2018/19 Premier League season will be announced on Thursday, June 14 at 9am BST.
When does the 2018/19 Premier League season start?
The season will begin later this summer on Saturday, August 11.
When will the TV matches be announced?
The live TV matches are scheduled to be announced on Friday, July 6.
How are the football matches chosen?
The matches aren’t chosen at random, but rather involve months of complex scheduling spanning the league’s four divisions.
To start, the football season is broken down into five sets. Teams are then scheduled to hold three home and two away matches or vice versa for every five matches. This ensures that no team will have more than two home or away matches in a row, barring any rearranged games or postponements.
Teams are also scheduled to never have two home or away matches to begin or end the season, again barring schedule rearrangements and postponed games.
Are the matches subject to change?
As always, match dates are subject to change for various reasons. Dates can be changed due to reasons such as live TV coverage and European matches.