West Brom Championship Fixtures 2022/23 Revealed When Season Begins In Middlesbrough

West Bromwich Albion The 2022/23 championship campaign will begin with a trip to potential promotion rivals Middlesbrough.

For the second consecutive season since returning to the second tier, Albion opening days are out and live on Sky Sports, starting at 5:30 pm on Teesside. West Brom welcomed Watford back to the Championship a week later in their first home match at The Hawthorns after being knocked out of the Premier League last season.

The Blackburn Rovers travel before the first Midweek match on the calendar, which includes a trip to Cardiff City’s Black Country, one of the first home fixtures to be in Hull City next weekend. Is one Huddersfield Town and League One Champions Wagon Athletic have been touring continuously for the first month.

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The 2022 World Cup, which takes place during the Northern Hemisphere’s winter, means that Albion’s campaign will be suspended for only one month for half of the quarter-finals, except for the group stage and Round of 16. Albion’s last match at the Stoke City home will be on November 12, and he will not be in action again until December 10 with a trip to Sunderland, the winner of the League One play-off.

After splitting both meetings with West Midlands rivals Birmingham City last season, Albion will face them at The Hawthorns in the midweek on September 14 before the first international break of the season. They will travel to St. Andrew’s for a return match on February 11.

Albion ended his season on May 6 with a trip to South Wales to face Swansea City. All fixtures can be changed for TV purposes, but that’s what Albion’s schedule for 2022/23 looks like right now …

West Brom 2022/23 Championship Fixtures

July 30: Middlesbrough (A), 17:30

August 6: Watford (h), 15:00

August 13: Blackburn Rovers (a), 15:00

August 16: Cardiff City (h), 20:00

August 20: Hill City (h), 15:00

August 27: Huddersfield Town (a), 15:00

August 30: Wagon Athletic (A), 19:45

September 3: Burnley (h), 15:00

September 10: Coventry City (a), 15:00

September 14: Birmingham City (h), 20:00

September 17: Norwich City (a), 15:00

October 1: Swansea City (h), 15:00

October 05: Preston North End (A), 19:45

October 08: Luton Town (h), 15:00

October 15: Reading (a), 15:00

October 18: Bristol City (h), 20:00

October 22: Millwall (a), 15:00

October 29: Sheffield United (h), 15:00

November 1: Blackpool (h), 20:00

November 5: Queens Park Rangers (a), 15:00

November 12: Stoke City (h), 15:00

December 10: Sunderland (A), 15:00

December 17: Rotherham United (h), 15:00

December 26: Bristol City (A), 15:00

December 29: Preston North End (H), 20:00

January 1: Reading (h), 15:00

January 14: Luton Town (A), 15:00

January 21: Burnley (A), 15:00

January 28: Wagon Athletic (H), 15:00

February 4: Coventry City (h), 15:00

February 11: Birmingham City (a), 15:00

February 15: Blackburn Rovers (h), 20:00

February 18: Watford (A), 15:00

February 25: Middlesbrough (h), 15:00

March 4: Hill City (A), 15:00

March 11: Huddersfield Town (H), 15:00

March 15: Cardiff City (a), 19:45

March 18: Sheffield United (a), 15:00

April 1: Millwall (h), 15:00

April 7: Rotherham United (A), 15:00

April 10: Queen’s Park Rangers (H), 15:00

April 15: Stoke City (A), 15:00

April 18: Blackpool (A), 19:45

April 22: Sunderland (h), 15:00

April 29: Norwich City (h), 15:00

May 6: Swansea City (A), 15:00

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