It seems like just yesterday Liverpool sealed a top four finish to the 2016/17 season but already the 2017/18 Premier League fixtures are upon us!

It feels like we’ve barely had time to breathe since Liverpool Football Club sealed their top four place with a 3-0 final day victory over Middlesbrough at Anfield courtesy of goals from Gini Wijnaldum, Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho. Now, we’re already moving onto the next one as the Reds fixtures for the 2017/18 Premier League season are upon us!

Last season, the Reds began the Premier League season with a tough away trip to the Emirates to take on Arsenal but come 3pm on Saturday, August 12th the Reds will be lining up away to Watford as they bid to get their campaign off to a flying start. Reds fans will have favourable memories of this clash from last season thanks to Emre Can’s magical overhead kick goal!

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This opening day match up is followed by a home clash with Crystal Palace on August 19th and the customary August trip to the Emirates on the 26th before the first international break of the campaign in what is arguably set to be a tough start to the season for Jürgen Klopp’s Reds.

Other notable matches from the first half of the season to mark in your calendar include a showdown against Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United on October 14th, the first Merseyside derby of the campaign on December 9th at Anfield and a Boxing Day clash at home to Swansea.

The full fixture list for Liverpool’s 2017/18 Premier League season can be found below!*

August 12th, 3pm – Watford (A)
August 19th, 3pm – Crystal Palace (H)
August 26th, 3pm – Arsenal (H)

September 9th, 3pm – Manchester City (A)
September 16th, 3pm – Burnley (H)
September 23rd, 3pm – Leicester City (A)
September 30th, 3pm – Newcastle United (A)

October 14th, 3pm – Manchester United (H)
October 21st, 3pm – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
October 28th, 3pm – Huddersfield Town (H)

 

November 4th, 3pm – West Ham United (A)
November 18th, 3pm – Southampton (H)
November 25th, 3pm – Chelsea (H)
November 29th, 8pm – Stoke City (A)

December 2nd, 3pm – Bright and Hove Albion (A)
December 9th, 3pm – Everton (H)
December 13th, 8pm – West Bromwich Albion (H)
December 16th, 3pm – Bournemouth (A)
December 23rd, 3pm – Arsenal (A)
December 26th, 3pm – Swansea City (H)
December 30th, 3pm – Leicester City (H)

January 1st, 3pm – Burnley (A)
January 13th, 3pm – Manchester City (H)
January 20th, 3pm – Swansea City (A)
January 30th, 7.45pm – Huddersfield Town (A)

February 3rd, 3pm – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
February 10th, 3pm – Southampton (A)
February 24th, 3pm – West Ham United (H)

March 3rd, 3pm – Newcastle United (H)
March 10th, 3pm – Manchester United (A)
March 17th, 3pm – Watford (H)
March 31st, 3pm – Crystal Palace (A)

April 7th, 3pm – Everton (A)
April 14th, 3pm – AFC Bournemouth (H)
April 21st, 3pm – West Bromwich Albion (A)
April 28th, 3pm – Stoke City (H)

May 5th, 3pm – Chelsea (A)
May 13th, 3pm – Brighton and Hove Albion (H)

*Fixture dates and times subject to change.

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