Valencia's La Liga fixtures for the 2022/23 season will soon be released with Los Che looking to improve on last season's ninth-place finish.
Jose Bordalas struggled to make an impact in the league as head coach, but Valencia did see some success in the Copa Del Rey, reaching the final of the competition before losing to Real Betis on penalties following a 1-1 draw.
2022/23 promises something different for the club with the fiery Gennaro Gattuso taking over as manager following spells with AC Milan and Napoli.
With the 2022/23 La Liga fixtures set to be released, we take a look at Valencia's schedule for the upcoming campaign.
Valencia La Liga Fixtures 2022/23
- Girona (H) - August 14th
- Athletic Club (A) - August 21st
- Atletico Madrid (H) - August 28th
- Getafe (H) - September 4th
- Rayo Vallecano (A) - September 11th
- Celta Vigo (H) - September 18th
- Espanyol (A) - October 2nd
- Osasuna (A) - October 9th
- Elche (H) - October 16th
- Sevilla (A) - October 19th
- Mallorca (H) - October 23rd
- FC Barcelona (H) - October 30th
- Real Sociedad (A) - November 6th
- Real Betis (H) - November 9th
- Villarreal (A) - December 31st
- Cadiz (H) - January 8th
- Real Madrid (A) - January 14th
- UD Almeria (H) - January 22nd
- Real Valladolid (A) - January 29th
- Girona (A) - February 5th
- Athletic Club (A) - February 12th
- Getafe (A) - February 19th
- Real Sociedad (H) - February 26th
- FC Barcelona (A) - March 5th
- Osasuna (A) - March 12th
- Atletico Madrid (A) - March 19th
- Rayo Vallecano (H) - April 2nd
- UD Almeria (A) - April 9th
- Sevilla (H) - April 16th
- Elche (A) - April 23rd
- Real Valladolid (H) - April 26th
- Cadiz CF (A) - April 30th
- Villarreal (H) - May 3rd
- Celta Vigo (A) - May 14th
- Real Madrid (H) - May 21st
- RCD Mallorca (A) - May 24th
- Espanyol (H) - May 28th
- Real Betis (A) - June 4th
La Liga 2022/23 Key Dates
As is the case for every major European league, La Liga’s start date has been pushed forward to accommodate for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The opening day of the 2022/23 La Liga season will therefore take place on August 12th. Following the weekend of November 12th-13th, La Liga will take a break as players begin their final preparations for the Qatar World Cup.
La Liga will return to action on December 29th, 2022, just in time for a packed New Year’s schedule and will then run uninterrupted until the end of the season on June 4th, 2023.