Liverpool kicks off the 2022-23 Premier League season on Saturday, August 6, with a lunchtime visit to newly-promoted Fulham; the Reds end the season at Southampton (May 28)
After a brilliant 2021-22 EPL season, which saw the Reds taking the title race down to the wire. And then eventually losing it to Man city by a mere 1 point.
The Merseyside giants would be looking to win their 20th English title with an overpowered squad.
The Premier League 2022-23: Liverpool FC
Liverpool begins the pursuit with an away game against Fulham on 6th August.
It will be the fourth consecutive season that Liverpool begins a new season against a Premier League newcomer.
However, after facing Crystal Palace, Jurgen Klopp’s team will travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on August 20.
In September, Liverpool will play away matches against Everton and Chelsea. As well as back-to-back matches against Arsenal and champions Man City on October 8 and 15, respectively.
Liverpool will play Southampton at Anfield on November 12 in their final game before taking a break for the winter World Cup. They will be returning to action on Boxing Day against Aston Villa.
The Reds then host arch-rivals United on March 4. And after that, they will be facing City (April 1) and Arsenal at Anfield (April 8) in back-to-back weekends before completing the season at Southampton.
The Premier League season will begin on August 5-7, one week earlier than the previous season in 2021-22.
The Premier League, on the other hand, will take a mid-season break to accommodate the first-ever winter World Cup. The league’s penultimate round before the break will take place on November 12/13. With the World Cup final taking place on December 18. The league will resume on Boxing Day,
Sunday, May 28 will be the Premier League’s final day.
The Carabao Cup final will take place on Sunday, February 26th. And the FA Cup final will take place on Saturday, June 3rd.
The Europa League final will be held in Budapest on May 31. Meanwhile the Europa Conference League final in Prague on June 7, and the Champions League final in Istanbul on June 10.