- Leicester City will start their 2022/23 Premier League season at home to Brentford
- The Foxes are to face Arsenal away in their second game of the campaign
- Newcastle United (H) and Liverpool (A) will be the opponents on Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve
- City’s final fixture of the season will be at home against West Ham United
The Foxes – who have finished in the Premier League’s top-eight for the past three seasons – will welcome the Bees to King Power Stadium on the opening weekend. They will then face Arsenal away in their second game on Saturday 13 August, before playing Southampton at home on Saturday 20 August, Chelsea away on Saturday 27 August and Manchester United at home on Tuesday 30 August, to complete their first five fixtures of the new season.
The 2022/23 campaign has been adjusted to accommodate the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. This means matchweek 16, where City will take on West Ham United at London Stadium over the weekend of 12-13 November, will be the final set of games before the season is paused for the World Cup.
The Premier League season will then resume on Boxing Day, eight days after the FIFA World Cup Final, with the Foxes to play Newcastle United on Filbert Way.
Following this, Brendan Rodgers’ side will travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool on New Year’s Eve, before starting 2023 with a clash at home to Fulham on Monday 2 January.
The final three fixtures of the campaign will see the Foxes host Liverpool on Saturday 13 May, play Newcastle United away on Saturday 20 May and West Ham United at home on Sunday 28 May.
All fixture dates and kick-off times are pending live TV broadcast selections and are subject to change. Those changes will be reflected on LCFC.com as soon as they are announced.
Don’t forget that you can now sync all Leicester City fixtures to your phone and desktop calendars using the eCal link on our fixtures page, ensuring you’re up to date with every game and any changes, as and when they happen.
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Leicester City’s 2022/23 Premier League fixtures
Saturday 6 August, 2022 | Brentford H
Saturday 13 August, 2022 | Arsenal A
Saturday 20 August, 2022 | Southampton H
Saturday 27 August, 2022 | Chelsea A
Tuesday 30 August, 2022 | Manchester United H
Saturday 3 September, 2022 | Brighton & Hove Albion A
Saturday 10 September, 2022 | Aston Villa H
Saturday 17 September, 2022 | Tottenham Hotspur A
Saturday 1 October, 2022 | Nottingham Forest H
Saturday 8 October, 2022 | AFC Bournemouth A
Saturday 15 October, 2022 | Crystal Palace H
Tuesday 18 October, 2022 | Leeds United H
Saturday 22 October, 2022 | Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Saturday 29 October, 2022 | Manchester City H
Saturday 5 November, 2022 | Everton A
Saturday 12 November, 2022 | West Ham United A
Monday 26 December, 2022 | Newcastle United H
Saturday 31 December, 2022 | Liverpool A
Monday 2 January, 2023 | Fulham H
Saturday 14 January, 2023 | Nottingham Forest A
Saturday 21 January, 2023 | Brighton & Hove Albion H
Saturday 4 February, 2023 | Aston Villa A
Saturday 11 February, 2023 | Tottenham Hotspur H
Saturday 18 February, 2023 | Manchester United A
Saturday 25 February, 2023 | Arsenal H
Saturday 4 March, 2023 | Southampton A
Saturday 11 March, 2023 | Chelsea H
Saturday 18 March, 2023 | Brentford A
Saturday 1 April, 2023 | Crystal Palace A
Saturday 8 April, 2023 | AFC Bournemouth H
Saturday 15 April, 2023 | Manchester City A
Saturday 22 April, 2023 | Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Tuesday 25 April, 2023 | Leeds United A
Saturday 29 April, 2023 | Everton H
Saturday 6 May, 2023 | Fulham A
Saturday 13 May, 2023 | Liverpool H
Saturday 20 May, 2023 | Newcastle United A
Sunday 28 May, 2023 | West Ham United H
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