Austin Villa Premier League fixtures 2022-23 fully unveiled

Aston Villa will travel to the newly developed Bournemouth on the opening day of the new Premier League season, following the release of the fixtures for the upcoming 2022-23 campaign on Thursday morning. Villa began its new full-length, Steven Gerrard era first full season on Saturday, August 6 (subject to TV selection).

They succeeded in a terrific campaign from Vitality Stadium in 2015-16, claiming a 1-0 victory over Cherry on the opening day thanks to a late header from Rudy Gasted. Bournemouth was also a newly developed team at the time.

Villa’s first match in front of their own supporters will be a week later when they will entertain Everton – for the first time at the management level, Gerard and his old England partner Frank Lampard will draw swords at the touchline. For the rest of August, these are the three London club teams waiting. Sandwiches from West Ham are a tour of Crystal Palace and Arsenal.

October is a heavy month for fixtures, before the league is called off and players from across the division leave for Qatar to represent their respective countries in the World Cup. Six games are to be played, including the historic heavyweight bout with Leeds United and Nottingham Forest.

Due to the World Cup, there are only four games left between the beginning of November and New Year’s Eve, including a terrific December double header against Liverpool and Tottenham. Villa then hosts the Wolves in Villa Park for the first West Midlands match of the season on January 2.

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April is another six-month month that ends with a trip to Old Trafford to compete with Manchester United, a field they won last season after a long barren race. The season ends in May, including Molineux’s journey to the reverse fixtures with the Wolves and the re-enactment of this difficult Christmas schedule – Liverpool and Spurs.

The season ends on May 28 at Villa Park, as Lions welcome Brighton and Hove Albion to B6 for the curtain-raiser. The list of all 38 fixtures, their dates and times (which may be changed by the TV companies after confirming their weekly selection for coverage) are all complete below.

Rudy Gasted scored Villa’s winning goal on his last opening day trip to Bournemouth.


6 – 3pm – Bournemouth (a)

13 – 3pm – Everton (h)

20 – 3pm – Crystal Palace (a)

27 – 3pm – West Ham United (h)

30 – 7:45 pm – Weapons (a)


3 – 3pm – Manchester City (h)

10 – 3pm – Leicester City (a)

17 – 3pm – Southampton (h)


1 – 3pm – Leeds United (a)

8 – 3pm – Nottingham Forest (a)

15 – 3pm – Chelsea (h)

18 – 7:45 pm – Fulham (a)

22 – 3pm – Brentford (h)

29 – 3pm – Newcastle United (a)


5 – 3pm – Manchester United (h)

12 – 3pm – Brighton (a)


26 – 3pm – Liverpool (h)

31 – 3pm – Tottenham Hotspur (a)


2 – 3pm – Wolves (h)

14 – 3pm – Leeds United (h)

21 – 3pm – Southampton (a)


4 – 3pm – Leicester City (h)

11 – 3pm – Manchester City (a)

18 – 3pm – Arsenal (h)

25 – 3pm – Everton (a)


4 – 3pm – Crystal Palace (h)

11 – 3pm – West Ham United (a)

18 – 3pm – Bournemouth (h)


1 – 3pm – Chelsea (a)

8 – 3pm – Nottingham Forest (h)

15 – 3pm – Newcastle United (h)

22 – 3pm – Brent Ford (a)

25 – 8pm – Fulham (h)

29 – 3pm – Manchester United (a)


6 – 3pm – Wolves (a)

13 – 3pm – Tottenham Hotspur (h)

20 – 3pm – Liverpool (a)

28 – 4 pm – Brighton (h)

How many points will Villa get next season? Where will they end up? Give us your predictions below.

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