Chelsea EPL Fixture Ratiba Ya Chelsea EPL 2023/2024 The Premier League 2023/24 season dates have been confirmed, with the campaign starting on Saturday 12 August 2023.
The season schedule returns to normal following the COVID-19 pandemic and the FIFA World Cup 2022, which provided disruption during the previous three seasons.
In keeping with commitments made to clubs this season to address the congested schedule across Christmas and New Year, no two rounds in this period will take place within 48 hours of each other.
The schedule also provides for a return of the mid-season player break, which will take place between 13-20 January.
Chelsea EPL Fixture Ratiba Ya Chelsea EPL 2023/2024
Sun Aug 13 Liverpool home
Sat Aug 19 West Ham United away
Sat Aug 26 Luton Town home
Sat Sep 2 Nottingham Forest home
Sat Sep 16 Bournemouth away
Sat Sep 23 Aston Villa home
Sat Sep 30 Fulham away
Sat Oct 7 Burnley away
Sat Oct 21 Arsenal home
Sat Oct 28 Brentford home
Sat Nov 4 Tottenham Hotspur away
Sat Nov 11 Manchester City home
Sat Nov 25 Newcastle United away
Sat Dec 2 Brighton & Hove Albion home
Wed Dec 6 Manchester United away
Sat Dec 9 Everton away
Sat Dec 16 Sheffield United home
Sat Dec 23 Wolverhampton Wanderers away
Tue Dec 26 Crystal Palace home
Sat Dec 30 Luton Town away
Sat Jan 13 or Sat Jan 20 (fixture programme spilt due to mid-season break) Fulham home
Wed Jan 31 Liverpool away
Sat Feb 3 Wolverhampton Wanderers home
Sat Feb 10 Crystal Palace away
Sat Feb 17 Manchester City away
Sat Feb 24 Tottenham Hotspur home
Sat Mar 2 Brentford away
Sat Mar 9 Newcastle United home
Sat Mar 16 Arsenal away
Sat Mar 30 Burnley home
Wed Apr 3 Manchester United home
Sat Apr 6 Sheffield United away
Sat Apr 13 Everton home
Sat Apr 20 Brighton & Hove Albion away
Sat Apr 27 Aston Villa away
Sat May 4 West Ham United home
Sat May 11 Nottingham Forest away
Sun May 19 Bournemouth home
Chelsea’s possible fixtures in all competitions – 2023/24
Premier League Sun Aug 13 Liverpool home
Premier League Sat Aug 19 West Ham United away
Premier League Sat Aug 26 Luton Town home
Carabao Cup Wed Aug 30 Second round
Premier League Sat Sep 2 Nottingham Forest home
Internationals 4–12 September
Premier League Sat Sep 16 Bournemouth away
Premier League Sat Sep 23 Aston Villa home
Carabao Cup Wed Sep 27 Third round
Premier League Sat Sep 30 Fulham away
Premier League Sat Oct 7 Burnley away
Internationals 9–17 October
Premier League Sat Oct 21 Arsenal home
Premier League Sat Oct 28 Brentford home
Carabao Cup Wed Nov 1 Fourth round
Premier League Sat Nov 4 Tottenham Hotspur away
Premier League Sat Nov 11 Manchester City home
Internationals 13–21 November
Premier League Sat Nov 25 Newcastle United away
Premier League Sat Dec 2 Brighton & Hove Albion home
Premier League Wed Dec 6 Manchester United away
Premier League Sat Dec 9 Everton away
Premier League Sat Dec 16 Sheffield United home
Carabao Cup Wed Dec 20 Fifth round
Premier League Sat Dec 23 Wolverhampton Wanderers away
Premier League Tue Dec 26 Crystal Palace home
Premier League Sat Dec 30 Luton Town away
FA Cup Sat Jan 6 Third round
Carabao Cup Wed Jan 10 Semi-final first leg
Premier League Sat Jan 13 or Sat Jan 20 (fixture programme spilt due to mid-season break) Fulham home
Carabao Cup Wed Jan 24 Semi-final second leg
FA Cup Sat Jan 27 Fourth round
Premier League Wed Jan 31 Liverpool away
Premier League Sat Feb 3 Wolverhampton Wanderers home
Premier League Sat Feb 10 Crystal Palace away
Premier League Sat Feb 17 Manchester City away
Premier League Sat Feb 24 Tottenham Hotspur home
Carabao Cup Sun Feb 25 Final (Wembley)
FA Cup Wed Feb 28 Fifth round
Premier League Sat Mar 2 Brentford away
Premier League Sat Mar 9 Newcastle United home
Premier League Sat Mar 16 Arsenal away
FA Cup Sat Mar 16 Sixth round
Internationals 18–26 March
Premier League Sat Mar 30 Burnley home
Premier League Wed Apr 3 Manchester United home
Premier League Sat Apr 6 Sheffield United away
Premier League Sat Apr 13 Everton home
Premier League Sat Apr 20 Brighton & Hove Albion away
FA Cup Sat Apr 20 Semi-final
Premier League Sat Apr 27 Aston Villa away
Premier League Sat May 4 West Ham United home
Premier League Sat May 11 Nottingham Forest away
Premier League Sun May 19 Bournemouth home
FA Cup Sat May 25 Final (Wembley)
The season will consist of 34 weekends, three midweek rounds and one Bank Holiday match round.
The start date of Saturday 12 August allows 76 clear days from the end of 2022/23 season.
With the Premier League finishing on 19 May 2024, it will also allow players rest between the end of the season and the international fixtures in June.
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