AFC Bournemouth fans will be eager for August to come around, as the Cherries are back in the Premier League for 2022/23.
Scott Parker's side bounced back to the Premier League at the first time of asking, finishing runners-up in the Championship in the 2021/22 campaign.
Their Premier League schedule for 2022/23 has been officially revealed. Here are all of the key dates for your diaries.
AFC Bournemouth Premier League Schedule 2022/23
Bournemouth will kick off their Premier League campaign with a home fixture against Aston Villa, in what should be a bouncing Vitality Stadium. Their season will end on the road with a trip to Goodison Park to take on Everton.
Here is their fixture list in full.
- Aston Villa (H) - August 6th
- Manchester City (A) - August 13th
- Arsenal (H) - August 20th
- Liverpool (A) - August 27th
- Wolverhampton (H) - August 30th
- Nottingham Forest (A) - September 3rd
- Brighton & Hove Albion (H) - September 10th
- Newcastle United (A) - September 17th
- Brentford (H) - October 1st
- Leicester City (H) - October 8th
- Fulham (A) - October 15th
- Southampton (H) - October 18th
- West Ham United (A) - October 22nd
- Spurs (H) - October 29th
- Chelsea (A) - December 26th
- Crystal Palace (H) - December 31st
- Manchester United (A) - January 2nd
- Brentford (A) - January 14th
- Nottingham Forest (H) - January 21st
- Brighton & Hove Albion (A) - February 4th
- Newcastle United (H) - February 11th
- Wolves (A) - February 18th
- Manchester City (H) - February 25th
- Arsenal (A) - March 4th
- Liverpool (H) - March 11th
- Aston Villa (A) - March 18th
- Fulham (H) - April 1st
- Leicester City (A) - April 8th
- Spurs (H) - April 15th
- West Ham United (H) - April 22nd
- Southampton (A) - April 26th
- Leeds United (H) - April 29th
- Chelsea (H) - May 6th
- Crystal Palace (A) - May 13th
- Manchester United (H) - May 20th
- Everton (A) - May 28th
2022/23 Premier League Key Dates
The 2022/23 Premier League campaign will be an unorthadox one, with the season set to be hit by an extended break due to the Qatar World Cup.
The Premier League season will begin earlier than usual due to the World Cup, with the first game set to kick off on the weekend beginning Friday, August 5th.
The winter break will begin on Monday, November 14th, with no action to be played for a month and a half, as players return for a jam-packed Boxing Day set of fixtures on Monday, December 26th.
The season will also end a weekend later than usual, with the final set of fixtures pencilled in for Sunday, May 28th.
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