Premier League 2020/21 team-by-team fixtures: When does the season start & finish, when are the fixtures released & what are the latest Premier League odds?

Get every team's fixtures for the new 2020/21 Premier League season

Get every team's full fixture list along with key Premier League dates and the latest odds ahead of the start of the 2020/21 campaign.

Liverpool kick-off the defence of their title at home to newly-promoted Leeds on September 12, with the Premier League season running until Sunday May 23.

It's part of a tough opening run for both Liverpool and Leeds, while title favourites Man City and city rivals Man Utd both have the first weekend off after their Champions League and Europa League efforts.


Premier League 2020/21 fixtures

Check out your team's fixtures for the season:

๐Ÿ”ด Arsenal

๐Ÿฆ Aston Villa

๐Ÿ–๏ธ Brighton

๐Ÿ’œ Burnley

๐Ÿ”ต Chelsea

๐Ÿฆ… Crystal Palace

๐Ÿฌ Everton

๐Ÿ”ฒ Fulham

โšช Leeds

๐ŸฆŠ Leicester

๐Ÿ† Liverpool

๐Ÿ”ต Manchester City

๐Ÿ”ด Manchester United

๐Ÿ”ฒ Newcastle

โš”๏ธ Sheffield United

๐Ÿ”ด Southampton

โšช๏ธ Tottenham

๐Ÿ”ฒ West Brom

โš’๏ธ West Ham

๐Ÿบ Wolves


Opening day fixtures

  • Burnley v Man Utd
  • Crystal Palace v Southampton
  • Fulham v Arsenal
  • Liverpool v Leeds
  • Man City v Aston Villa
  • Tottenham v Everton
  • West Brom v Leicester
  • West Ham v Newcastle
  • Brighton v Chelsea
  • Sheff Utd v Wolves

Premier League odds (via Sky Bet)

Winner: Man City - 5/6 | Liverpool - 7/4 | Man Utd - 9/1 | Chelsea 14/1 | Tottenham - 50/1 | Arsenal - 50/1

Relegation: Fulham 10/11 | West Brom 11/10 | Aston Villa - 2/1 | Crystal Palace - 9/4 | Newcastle - 9/4


Premier League matchweek fixture dates for 2020/21 season

Matchweek 1: Saturday 12 September
Matchweek 2: Saturday 19 September
Matchweek 3: Saturday 26 September
Matchweek 4: Saturday 3 October
Matchweek 5: Saturday 17 October
Matchweek 6: Saturday 24 October
Matchweek 7: Saturday 31 October
Matchweek 8: Saturday 7 November
Matchweek 9: Saturday 21 November
Matchweek 10: Saturday 28 November
Matchweek 11: Saturday 5 December
Matchweek 12: Saturday 12 December
Matchweek 13: Wednesday 16 December
Matchweek 14: Saturday 19 December
Matchweek 15: Saturday 26 December
Matchweek 16: Monday 28 December
Matchweek 17: Saturday 2 January
Matchweek 18a: Wednesday 13 January
Matchweek 19: Saturday 16 January
Matchweek 18b: Wednesday 20 January
Matchweek 20: Saturday 23 January
Matchweek 21: Saturday 30 January
Matchweek 22: Wednesday 3 February
Matchweek 23: Saturday 6 February
Matchweek 24: Saturday 13 February
Matchweek 25: Saturday 20 February
Matchweek 26: Saturday 27 February
Matchweek 27: Saturday 6 March
Matchweek 28: Saturday 13 March
Matchweek 29: Saturday 20 March
Matchweek 30: Saturday 3 April
Matchweek 31: Saturday 10 April
Matchweek 32: Saturday 17 April
Matchweek 33: Saturday 24 April
Matchweek 34: Saturday 1 May
Matchweek 35: Saturday 8 May
Matchweek 36: Wednesday 12 May
Matchweek 37: Saturday 15 May
Matchweek 38: Sunday 23 May


Key dates for the 2020/21 Premier League season

When does it start?

The new campaign will start on the weekend of Saturday 12 September, and will end on Sunday 23 May.

Is there a Premier League winter break?

There is no winter break as such, but matchday 18 will be split into two, played over two seperate midweeks to give sides a small breather.

When does the Champions League start?

The delayed group stages of the Champions League will begin on October 20/21 with the final taking place in Istanbul on May 29 2021. Istanbul was due to host the 2020 final before the pandemic struck.

When does the summer transfer window shut?

The summer transfer window is for 10 weeks, starting on July 27 and ending at 11pm on October 5.

There is also an additional domestic-only window that runs until 5pm on October 16, when Premier League clubs will only be able to trade with EFL clubs.

When is the Community Shield?

Premier League champions Liverpool will take on FA Cup winners Arsenal at Wembley on Saturday August 29.

There will be an international break straight away after the game from September 2-10.

Odds correct as of 0737 BST on 20/8/20

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