Arsenal travel to face Crystal Palace under the Friday night lights on the opening weekend before facing Leicester and newly-promoted sides Bournemouth and Fulham… with the first north London derby against Tottenham in October
- Arsenal start with a trip to Crystal Palace on the opening weekend of the season
- The Gunners then host Leicester before taking on Bournemouth and Fulham
- Mikel Arteta’s side are set to face Tottenham in October 2022 and January 2023
- They will conclude the season on May 28, 2023 at the Emirates against Wolves
Arsenal will face former midfielder Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season.
The Gunners will take on the Eagles on Friday August 5 at 8pm before then welcoming Leicester City to the Emirates Stadium the following weekend.
It is then a favourable run of fixtures as they face newly-promoted sides Fulham at home and Bournemouth away in the following week.
The north London derbies against Tottenham are pencilled in for Saturday October 1 at the Emirates and January, 14 away.
Arsenal will travel to Crystal Palace to open up the new 2022-23 Premier League campaign
The Gunners will then face Leicester at home before taking on both Bournemouth and Fulham
The first four fixtures on Arsenal’s schedule are seen as favourable, which means they’ll be hoping to get off to a strong start to the campaign.
The next block of games includes facing Aston Villa, a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United, a home game against Everton before a trip to Brentford where they started the campaign last time round on Saturday September 17.
After the first international break in September, it’s a big one as they face Spurs at home, host Liverpool and then travel away to Leeds United.
The north London derbies against Tottenham are pencilled in for October and January 2023
Mikel Arteta’s Gunners face a tricky run of fixtures after the first international break
The tricky run continues as they take on Premier League champions Manchester City after that on October 18.
Not forgetting, Arsenal will face a busier fixture list this season being back in Europe, and it could mean they have to find a way to rotate the squad more frequently.
They face the likes of Everton at home and Brentford away in September after Thursday night fixtures in Europe.
October might be tougher as they host Liverpool and Nottingham Forest as well as have a trip away to Leeds after Europa League fixtures.
The Gunners have a busier fixture list and may have to rotate more as they’re back in Europe
A trip away to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea also comes after a midweek fixture on Saturday November 5.
Boxing Day is set to see Arteta’s side host London rivals West Ham United before travelling away to Brighton on New Year’s Eve.
To round off the festive period they host Newcastle United on Monday January 2 before a mini break.
Much like last season it looks like a reasonably kind run-in with a trip away to Newcastle on Saturday May 6, before a home match against Brighton the following week.
The Gunners will then make the trip away to the City Ground to face newly-promoted Nottingham Forest on Saturday May 20 before then concluding the season at home against Wolves on Sunday May 28.
Read the full list below:
05/08/2022 20:00 Crystal Palace (a)
13/08/2022 15:00 Leicester City (h)
20/08/2022 15:00 AFC Bournemouth (a)
27/08/2022 15:00 Fulham (h)
30/08/2022 19:45 Aston Villa (h)
03/09/2022 15:00 Manchester United (a)
10/09/2022 15:00 Everton (h)
17/09/2022 15:00 Brentford (a)
01/10/2022 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur (h)
08/10/2022 15:00 Liverpool (h)
15/10/2022 15:00 Leeds United (a)
18/10/2022 19:45 Manchester City (h)
22/10/2022 15:00 Southampton (a)
29/10/2022 15:00 Nottingham Forest (h)
05/11/2022 15:00 Chelsea (a)
12/11/2022 15:00 Wolverhampton (a)
26/12/2022 15:00 West Ham United (h)
31/12/2022 15:00 Brighton (a)
02/01/2023 15:00 Newcastle United (h)
14/01/2023 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur (a)
21/01/2023 15:00 Manchester United (h)
04/02/2023 15:00 Everton (a)
11/02/2023 15:00 Brentford (h)
18/02/2023 15:00 Aston Villa (a)
25/02/2023 15:00 Leicester City (a)
04/03/2023 15:00 AFC Bournemouth (h)
11/03/2023 15:00 Fulham (a)
18/03/2023 15:00 Crystal Palace (h)
01/04/2023 15:00 Leeds United (h)
08/04/2023 15:00 Liverpool (a)
15/04/2023 15:00 West Ham United (a)
22/04/2023 15:00 Southampton (h)
26/04/2023 20:00 Manchester City (a)
29/04/2023 15:00 Chelsea (h)
06/05/2023 15:00 Newcastle United (a)
13/05/2023 15:00 Brighton (h)
20/05/2023 15:00 Nottingham Forest (a)
28/05/2023 16:00 Wolverhampton (h)
All fixtures are subject to change once live TV schedule has been finalised.
EVERY TEAM’S 2022-23 FIXTURES