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Chelsea: Premier League 2022/23 fixtures and schedule

Chelsea visit former midfielder Frank Lampard’s Everton live on Sky Sports in first game; Tottenham visit Stamford Bridge in first home game, with Newcastle the visitors on the final day.

Chelsea kick-off their 2022/23 season with a trip to Frank Lampard’s Everton live on Sky Sports before hosting London rivals Spurs in their first home game.

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Thomas Tuchel’s side face a reunion with Blues legend Lampard at Goodison Park on August 6, kick-off 5.30pm, before Tottenham visit Stamford Bridge a week later.

Chelsea will host Liverpool in West London on September 17, Manchester United on October 22 and Arsenal on November 5.

Their final fixture before the month-long break for the World Cup is away at Newcastle, and they continue their campaign on Boxing Day against newly-promoted Bournemouth.

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Chelsea travel to Tottenham on February 25 and Arsenal on April 29, with the latter the start of a bumper last five games including Manchester City away on the penultimate weekend of the season and Newcastle at home on the final day.

All fixtures subject to change.


6: Everton (a) – live on Sky Sports

13: Tottenham (h)

20: Leeds (a)

27: Leicester (h)

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31: Southampton (a)


3: West Ham (h)

10: Fulham (a)

17: Liverpool (h)


1: Crystal Palace (a)

8: Wolves (h)

15: Aston Villa (a)

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18: Brentford (a)

22: Man Utd (h)

29: Brighton (a)


5: Arsenal (h)

12: Newcastle (a)


26: Bournemouth (h)

31: Nottingham Forest (a)


2: Man City (h)

14: Crystal Palace (h)

21: Liverpool (a)


4: Fulham (h)

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11: West Ham (a)

18: Southampton (h)

25: Tottenham (a)


4: Leeds (h)

11: Leicester (a)

18: Everton (h)


1: Aston Villa (h)

8: Wolves (a)

15: Brighton (h)

22: Man Utd (a)

26: Brentford (h)

29: Arsenal (a)


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6: Bournemouth (a)

13: Nottingham Forest (h)

20: Man City (a)

28: Newcastle (h)

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