THE PREMIER LEAGUE 2021/22 season ended in stunning scenes with Man City pipping Liverpool to the title.
And this means that, after a brief and well-earned break, we'll do it all AGAIN for the 2022/23 season which has a slightly different look.
The Premier League starts next season on the weekend of August 6, 2022.
It will then be played up to November 12-13, before players join up with their international squads from November 14.
The Premier League will resume on Boxing Day following the World Cup final, which takes place 8 days before on Sunday 18 December.
The final round of fixtures will be on May 28, 2023, when all games will be played simultaneously, as is tradition.
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When does the Premier League 2022/23 start?
The Premier League 2022/23 season will have an EARLIER start date.
The campaign gets underway on August 6.
This is to accommodate the unprecedented winter World Cup in Qatar.
When are the 2022/23 Premier League fixtures being released?
The Premier League 2022/23 fixtures will be revealed on Wednesday June 15.
They are usually released around 8am in the morning for all 20 teams, with TV changes made at a later date.
Premier League 2022/23 dates
The Middle East tournament has caused a switch-up of the schedule, and Prem chiefs have CONFIRMED the full dates.
August 6, 2022: Premier League starts
November 12-13: Premier League goes on break
November 21: World Cup starts
December 18: World Cup final
December 26: Premier League resumes
May 28, 2023: Premier League finishes
When will the Qatar World Cup take place?
The World Cup in Qatar is taking place in the winter time to avoid the extreme temperature of the Middle East in the summer.
It will start on November 21 with the group stage and the final will take place on December 18.
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