Liverpool’s 2022/23 Premier League Fixtures

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By: Shane Brennan

 The Premier League fixtures for the 2022/23 season have been released, and Jürgen Klopp’s   Reds will begin their campaign with a trip to London to face newly promoted Fulham on Saturday August the 6th, a few seasons ago this proved to be a difficult fixture for The Reds, as Fulham managed to pick up four points over the two games.

Liverpool’s first home league fixture of the season also happens to be against London opposition as Patrick Vieira and his Crystal Palace team make the journey to Anfield.

Then The Reds are Old Trafford bound to face big rivals Manchester United, this game holds fond memories of the last time Liverpool faced Manchester United at The Theatre Of Dreams with Liverpool coming out on top by five goals to nil, but surly this time around The Red Devils and their new manager Erik ten Hag will provide a much stiffer challenge for Jürgen’s men.

Other notable stand out fixtures include a trip to Goodison Park to face Everton on the weekend of the 3rd of September, this fixture will once again evoke fond memories for anyone with a Reds persuasion, as Liverpool ran out 4-1 winners last time around.

Before the September international break, Liverpool travel to London once again to face Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea side, this game proved to be an absolute classic fixture last season which  ended up finishing two all at Stamford Bridge.

The Reds will face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on the weekend of the 8th of October, Liverpool will be hoping for a repeat of their fine performance last season as they ran out winners by two goals to nil.

Then Liverpool welcome Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side to Anfield on the weekend of October the 15th, hopefully The Reds will be able to go one better this time around in this fixture by getting a victory, after this one ended up 2-2 last season.

Liverpool travel to The City Ground to face newly promoted Nottingham Forest on the weekend of the 22nd of October, the two sides met in last season’s FA Cup, this proved to be a really difficult assignment for The Mighty Reds, as they just managed to come out on top by a goal to nil in the one off fixture last season.

Liverpool will go to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium on the weekend of the 5th of November, this proved to be another fantastic encounter last season, but The Reds sadly ended up dropping more points as the game ended up two all.

The final game before the league takes a break for The World Cup sees The Reds welcome Southampton to Anfield on the weekend of the 12th of November.   

Boxing Day will see the Reds on their travels once again, as this time they travel to Birmingham to face Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa, before Brenden Rogers’s Leicester City side visit L4 in a game that is secluded at the moment to take place on New Year ’s Eve.

And the first League game of the New Year sees Liverpool travel to Brentford to face Thomas Franks side, The Reds will be hoping to avoid any slip ups this time around as last season’s game ended up in a 3-3 draw.

The weekend of the 21st of January sees Jürgen’s troops welcome Chelsea to Anfield, this game yet again proved to be costly for The Reds last season, as they failed to come out on top against a Chelsea side with ten men.

The reverse fixture of The Merseyside Derby is set for the weekend of the 11th of February, before a trip to St. James’ Park a week later to face a  revitalised Newcastle United  side.

March will begin with the visit of old foes Manchester United to Anfield in another tasty looking fixture.

Other stand out dates to mark off on tour Calendar include a huge trip to the Etihad Stadium at the beginning of April, before The Reds welcome The Gunners to Anfield, before another classic fixture against Leeds, in what looks a really difficult April for The Reds, these fixtures are sandwiched in between a trip to the London Stadium, and a home match against Antonio Conte’s Spurs side, in what hopefully will be another title run in for Liverpool.

Liverpool’s run in looks quite difficult as they go away to Leicester, welcome Aston Villa to Anfield before a final day away trip to face Southampton.

Let’s hope another exciting season lies ahead for everyone associated with Liverpool Football Club!               

 By: Shane Brennan


Fulham v Liverpool
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Manchester United v Liverpool
Liverpool v A.F.C. Bournemouth
Liverpool v Newcastle United
Everton v Liverpool
Liverpool v Wolverhampton
Chelsea v Liverpool
Liverpool v Brighton
Arsenal v Liverpool
Liverpool v Manchester City
Liverpool v West Ham United
Nottingham Forest v Liverpool
Liverpool v Leeds United
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
Liverpool v Southampton
Aston Villa v Liverpool
Liverpool v Leicester City
Brentford v Liverpool
Brighton v Liverpool
Liverpool v Chelsea
Wolverhampton v Liverpool
Liverpool v Everton
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Liverpool v Manchester United
A.F.C. Bournemouth v Liverpool
Liverpool v Fulham
Manchester City v Liverpool
Liverpool v Arsenal
Leeds United v Liverpool
Liverpool v Nottingham Forest
West Ham United v Liverpool
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur
Liverpool v Brentford
Leicester City v Liverpool
Liverpool v Aston Villa
Southampton v Liverpool





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