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Premier League 2014/15: Opening and most important dates

Although we are all in the middle of watching a great World Cup, there is only a couple of months to go until the start of the new domestic season.

Today the fixtures for the Premier League season were released and you can find out the opening fixtures and the most important dates for the season ahead:

Premier LeagueOpening Fixtures
Arsenal Vs Crystal Palace
Burnley Vs Chelsea
Leicester Vs Everton
Liverpool Vs Southampton
Manchester United Vs Swansea
Newcastle Vs Manchester City
QPR Vs Hull
Stoke Vs Aston Villa
West Brom Vs Sunderland
West Ham Vs Tottenham


Key Dates

August 23Robin Van Persie
Manchester City Vs Liverpool

September 13
Arsenal Vs Manchester City

September 20
Manchester City Vs Chelsea

December 20
Liverpool Vs Arsenal

September 27
Arsenal Vs Tottenham
Liverpool Vs Everton

October 4
Chelsea Vs Arsenal

October 25
Manchester United Vs Chelsea

November 1
Manchester City Vs Manchester United

November 8
Liverpool Vs Chelsea

November 22
Arsenal Vs Manchester United

December 13
Manchester United Vs LiverpoolKompany

December 20
Liverpool Vs Arsenal
Newcastle Vs Sunderland

January 17
Manchester City Vs Arsenal

January 31
Chelsea Vs Manchester City

February 7
Tottenham Vs Arsenal
Everton Vs Liverpool

February 28
Liverpool Vs Manchester City

March 24
Liverpool Vs Manchester United

April 4
Sunderland Vs Newcastle
Arsenal Vs Liverpool

April 11
Manchester United Vs Manchester City

April 18
Chelsea Vs Manchester United

April 25
Arsenal Vs Chelsea

May 9
Chelsea Vs Liverpool

May 16
Manchester United Vs Arsenal

2 comments on “Premier League 2014/15: Opening and most important dates

  1. danbuckleyblog
    June 18, 2014

    Which opening fixture stands out for you?

    • jc12oc
      June 18, 2014

      If Southampton can keep hold of their player or if not, spend the money well then their opener against liverpool is the stand out game. Especially if Lallana goes to Anfield!

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