Premier League 2021/22: Start Date, Fixtures, Odds, Ball, Tickets And Everything You Need To Know

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The moment you have all been waiting for, the Premier League is back!

The roller-coaster that is England's top-tier competition is returning and will be its 30th season this year, having been established in 1992.

Video assistant referees (VAR) and a February winter break will be making a return as well, while the former continues to be the highly-discussed topic of conversation.

Manchester City will show off the impressive Premier League champions patches on their shits having won their fifth crown during 2020/21.

Here is everything you need to know about the 2021/22 Premier League season:

Start Date

The Premier League will open its curtains for the brand new season on Friday 13th August 2021.


Here is a full list of the fixtures for the new season. Be advised, games without kick-off times will be scheduled at the conventional 3 pm slot.

Friday 13 August

Brentford v Arsenal (8 pm)

Saturday 14 August

Man Utd v Leeds (12:30 pm)Burnley v BrightonChelsea v Crystal PalaceEverton v SouthamptonLeicester v WolvesWatford v Aston VillaNorwich v Liverpool (5:30 pm)

Sunday 15 August

Newcastle v West Ham (2 pm)Spurs v Man City (4:30 pm)

Saturday 21 August

Liverpool v Burnley (12:30 pm)Aston Villa v NewcastleCrystal Palace v BrentfordLeeds v EvertonMan City v NorwichBrighton v Watford (5:30 pm)

Sunday 22 August

Southampton v Man Utd (2 pm)Wolves v Spurs (2 pm)Arsenal v Chelsea (4:30 pm)

Monday 23 August

West Ham v Leicester (8 pm)

Saturday 28 August

Man City v Arsenal (12:30 pm)Aston Villa v BrentfordBrighton v EvertonNewcastle v SouthamptonNorwich v LeicesterWest Ham v Crystal PalaceLiverpool v Chelsea (5:30pm)

Sunday 29 August

Burnley v Leeds (2 pm)Spurs v Watford (2 pm)Wolves v Man Utd (4:30 pm)

Saturday 11 September

Crystal Palace v Spurs (12:30 pm)Arsenal v NorwichBrentford v BrightonLeicester v Man CityMan Utd v NewcastleSouthampton v West HamWatford v WolvesChelsea v Aston Villa (5:30 pm)

Sunday 12 September

Leeds v Liverpool (4:30 pm)

Monday 13 September

Everton v Burnley (8 pm)

Friday 17 September

Newcastle v Leeds (8 pm)

Saturday 18 September

Wolves v Brentford (12:30 pm)Burnley v ArsenalLiverpool v Crystal PalaceMan City v SouthamptonNorwich v WatfordAston Villa v Everton (5:30 pm)

Sunday 19 September

14:00 Brighton v Leicester (2 pm) 14:00 West Ham v Man Utd (2 pm)16:30 Spurs v Chelsea (5:30 pm)

Saturday 25 September

Chelsea v Man City (12:30 pm)Everton v NorwichLeeds v West HamLeicester v BurnleyMan Utd v Aston VillaWatford v NewcastleBrentford v Liverpool (5:30 pm)

Sunday 26 September

Southampton v Wolves (2 pm)Arsenal v Spurs (4:30 pm)

Monday 27 September

Crystal Palace v Brighton (8 pm)

Saturday 2 October

Brighton v ArsenalBurnley v NorwichChelsea v SouthamptonCrystal Palace v LeicesterLeeds v WatfordLiverpool v Man CityMan Utd v EvertonSpurs v Aston VillaWest Ham v BrentfordWolves v Newcastle

Saturday 16 October

Arsenal v Crystal PalaceAston Villa v WolvesBrentford v ChelseaEverton v West HamLeicester v Man UtdMan City v BurnleyNewcastle v SpursNorwich v BrightonSouthampton v LeedsWatford v Liverpool

Saturday 23 October

Arsenal v Aston VillaBrentford v LeicesterBrighton v Man CityChelsea v NorwichCrystal Palace v NewcastleEverton v WatfordLeeds v WolvesMan Utd v LiverpoolSouthampton v BurnleyWest Ham v Spurs

Saturday 30 October

Aston Villa v West HamBurnley v BrentfordLeicester v ArsenalLiverpool v BrightonMan City v Crystal PalaceNewcastle v ChelseaNorwich v LeedsSpurs v Man UtdWatford v SouthamptonWolves v Everton

Saturday 6 November

Arsenal v WatfordBrentford v NorwichBrighton v NewcastleChelsea v BurnleyCrystal Palace v WolvesEverton v SpursLeeds v LeicesterMan Utd v Man CitySouthampton v Aston VillaWest Ham v Liverpool

Saturday 20 November

Aston Villa v BrightonBurnley v Crystal PalaceLeicester v ChelseaLiverpool v ArsenalMan City v EvertonNewcastle v BrentfordNorwich v SouthamptonSpurs v LeedsWatford v Man UtdWolves v West Ham

Saturday 27 November

Arsenal v NewcastleBrentford v EvertonBrighton v LeedsBurnley v SpursChelsea v Man UtdCrystal Palace v Aston VillaLeicester v WatfordLiverpool v SouthamptonMan City v West HamNorwich v Wolves

Tuesday 30 November

Aston Villa v Man City (7:45 pm)Everton v Liverpool (7:45 pm)Leeds v Crystal Palace (7:45 pm)Watford v Chelsea (7:45 pm)West Ham v Brighton (7:45 pm)Wolves v Burnley (7:45 pm)Man Utd v Arsenal (8 pm)

Wednesday 1 December

Newcastle v Norwich (7:45 pm)Southampton v Leicester (7:45 pm)Spurs v Brentford (7:45 pm)

Saturday 4 December

Aston Villa v LeicesterEverton v ArsenalLeeds v BrentfordMan Utd v Crystal PalaceNewcastle v BurnleySouthampton v BrightonSpurs v NorwichWatford v Man CityWest Ham v ChelseaWolves v Liverpool

Saturday 11 December

Arsenal v SouthamptonBrentford v WatfordBrighton v SpursBurnley v West HamChelsea v LeedsCrystal Palace v EvertonLeicester v NewcastleLiverpool v Aston VillaMan City v WolvesNorwich v Man Utd

Tuesday 14 December

Arsenal v West Ham (7:45 pm)Brentford v Man Utd (7:45 pm)Brighton v Wolves (7:45 pm)Burnley v Watford (7:45 pm)Leicester v Spurs (7:45 pm)Norwich v Aston Villa (7:45 pm)Crystal Palace v Southampton (8 pm)

Wednesday 15 December

Chelsea v Everton (8 pm)Liverpool v Newcastle (8 pm)Man City v Leeds (8 pm)

Saturday 18 December

Aston Villa v BurnleyEverton v LeicesterLeeds v ArsenalMan Utd v BrightonNewcastle v Man CitySouthampton v BrentfordSpurs v LiverpoolWatford v Crystal PalaceWest Ham v NorwichWolves v Chelsea

Sunday 26 December

Aston Villa v ChelseaBrighton v BrentfordBurnley v EvertonLiverpool v LeedsMan City v LeicesterNewcastle v Man UtdNorwich v ArsenalSpurs v Crystal PalaceWest Ham v SouthamptonWolves v Watford

Tuesday 28 December

Arsenal v WolvesBrentford v Man CityChelsea v BrightonCrystal Palace v Norwich Everton v Newcastle Leeds v Aston VillaLeicester v LiverpoolMan Utd v BurnleySouthampton v SpursWatford v West Ham

Saturday 1 January

Arsenal v Man CityBrentford v Aston VillaChelsea v LiverpoolCrystal Palace v West HamEverton v BrightonLeeds v BurnleyLeicester v Norwich Man Utd v WolvesSouthampton v NewcastleWatford v Spurs

Saturday 15 January

Aston Villa v Man UtdBrighton v Crystal PalaceBurnley v LeicesterLiverpool v BrentfordMan City v ChelseaNewcastle v WatfordNorwich v EvertonSpurs v ArsenalWest Ham v LeedsWolves v Southampton

Saturday 22 January

Arsenal v BurnleyBrentford v WolvesChelsea v SpursCrystal Palace v LiverpoolEverton v Aston VillaLeeds v NewcastleLeicester v BrightonMan Utd v West HamSouthampton v Man CityWatford v Norwich

Tuesday 8 February

Aston Villa v Leeds (7:45 pm)Brighton v Chelsea (7:45 pm)Burnley v Man Utd (7:45 pm)Norwich v Crystal Palace (7:45 pm)West Ham v Watford (7:45 pm)Wolves v Arsenal (7:45 pm)

Wednesday 9 February

Newcastle v Everton (7:45 pm)Spurs v Southampton (7:45 pm)Liverpool v Leicester (8 pm)Man City v Brentford (8 pm)

Saturday 12 February

Brentford v Crystal PalaceBurnley v LiverpoolChelsea v ArsenalEverton v LeedsLeicester v West HamMan Utd v SouthamptonNewcastle v Aston VillaNorwich v Man CitySpurs v WolvesWatford v Brighton

Saturday 19 February

Arsenal v BrentfordAston Villa v WatfordBrighton v BurnleyCrystal Palace v ChelseaLeeds v Man UtdLiverpool v NorwichMan City v SpursSouthampton v EvertonWest Ham v NewcastleWolves v Leicester

Saturday 26 February

Arsenal v LiverpoolBrentford v NewcastleBrighton v Aston VillaChelsea v LeicesterCrystal Palace v BurnleyEverton v Man CityLeeds v SpursMan Utd v WatfordSouthampton v NorwichWest Ham v Wolves

Saturday 5 March

Aston Villa v SouthamptonBurnley v ChelseaLeicester v LeedsLiverpool v West HamMan City v Man UtdNewcastle v BrightonNorwich v BrentfordSpurs v EvertonWatford v ArsenalWolves v Crystal Palace

Saturday 12 March

Arsenal v LeicesterBrentford v BurnleyBrighton v LiverpoolChelsea v NewcastleCrystal Palace v Man CityEverton v WolvesLeeds v NorwichMan Utd v SpursSouthampton v WatfordWest Ham v Aston Villa

Saturday 19 March

Aston Villa v ArsenalBurnley v SouthamptonLeicester v BrentfordLiverpool v Man UtdMan City v BrightonNewcastle v Crystal PalaceNorwich v ChelseaSpurs v West HamWatford v EvertonWolves v Leeds

Saturday 2 April

Brighton v NorwichBurnley v Man CityChelsea v BrentfordCrystal Palace v ArsenalLeeds v SouthamptonLiverpool v WatfordMan Utd v LeicesterSpurs v NewcastleWest Ham v EvertonWolves v Aston Villa

Saturday 9 April

Arsenal v BrightonAston Villa v SpursBrentford v West HamEverton v Man UtdLeicester v Crystal PalaceMan City v LiverpoolNewcastle v WolvesNorwich v BurnleySouthampton v ChelseaWatford v Leeds

Saturday 16 April

Aston Villa v LiverpoolEverton v Crystal PalaceLeeds v ChelseaMan Utd v NorwichNewcastle v LeicesterSouthampton v ArsenalSpurs v BrightonWatford v BrentfordWest Ham v BurnleyWolves v Man City

Saturday 23 April

Arsenal v Man UtdBrentford v SpursBrighton v SouthamptonBurnley v WolvesChelsea v West HamCrystal Palace v LeedsLeicester v Aston VillaLiverpool v EvertonMan City v WatfordNorwich v Newcastle

Saturday 30 April

Aston Villa v NorwichEverton v ChelseaLeeds v Man CityMan Utd v BrentfordNewcastle v LiverpoolSouthampton v Crystal PalaceSpurs v LeicesterWatford v BurnleyWest Ham v ArsenalWolves v Brighton

Saturday 7 May

Arsenal v LeedsBrentford v SouthamptonBrighton v Man UtdBurnley v Aston VillaChelsea v WolvesCrystal Palace v WatfordLeicester v EvertonLiverpool v SpursMan City v NewcastleNorwich v West Ham

Sunday 15 May

Aston Villa v Crystal PalaceEverton v BrentfordLeeds v BrightonMan Utd v ChelseaNewcastle v ArsenalSouthampton v LiverpoolSpurs v BurnleyWatford v LeicesterWest Ham v Man CityWolves v Norwich

Sunday 22 May

Arsenal v Everton (4 pm)Brentford v Leeds (4 pm)Brighton v West Ham (4 pm)Burnley v Newcastle (4 pm)Chelsea v Watford (4 pm)Crystal Palace v Man Utd (4 pm)Leicester v Southampton (4 pm)Liverpool v Wolves (4 pm)Man City v Aston Villa (4 pm)Norwich v Spurs (4 pm)


Here are the odds for the outright winner of the Premier League in 2021/22. These odds were last updated on 30th July 2021

: 5/1

Chelsea: 5/1

Arsenal: 50/1

Everton: 100/1

Wolves: 150/1

Burnley: 1000/1

Brentford: 1000/1

Watford: 1500/1

Norwich City: 1500/1

Watford: 1500/1


The latest version of Nike's Flight ball will be used for the 2021/22 Premier League campaign, with a funky graphical design with futuristic patterns and shapes.

Its pattern was inspired by the common theory that the Premier League is one of the most exciting top-tier football leagues in the world.

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The best place to find out more information regarding tickets can be found on the Premier League's official website - where details can be found regarding their COVID-19 protocols, safety on matchday and different methods of purchase.

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