Premier League 2020/21 season: Fixtures announced on Thursday
The new, rearranged Premier League campaign will run from Saturday September 12 through to Sunday May 23, 2021 and you’ll be able to see the full fixture list for each club on the Sky Sports website and app from Thursday morning.
There will be reaction and analysis across Sky Sports News and our digital channels on Thursday, too, as we look ahead to the big kick-off.
Football calendar – all the new dates
Premier League 2020/21: What we know
New season, new kits!
Initial broadcast selections will follow, along with dates for subsequent fixture amendments throughout the season.
The Premier League has already released the dates for each match-week.
Other dates for your diary
Next season’s Champions League group stage will get underway on October 20, at the same time as the Europa League’s group stage return.
The Community Shield will take place at Wembley on Saturday August 29, the FA has confirmed. The traditional curtain-raiser for the new season will see Premier League champions Liverpool play Arsenal.
The match will be immediately followed by an international break from September 2 to 10, with England facing Iceland and Denmark.
The national team football windows of October and November 2020 will now feature triple-headers instead of double-headers, allowing the postponed European Qualifiers play-offs to be rescheduled at the beginning of the respective windows, on October 8 and November 12.
The first four rounds of the Carabao Cup will be played in September, with Premier League clubs joining at round two on September 15/16 and those who are in European competition entering at round three a week later.
The FA Cup third round is scheduled for January 9 2021 – and replays have been scrapped this season.
The 2020/21 UEFA Nations League group stage will take place on revised dates in September, October and November.
Euro 2020 will now take place from June 11-July 11, 2021. The 12 original host cities have been confirmed as venues for the rescheduled tournament.
Who’s up? Who’s down?
Leeds are back in the Premier League after a 16-year absence, while West Brom sealed the second automatic promotion spot after a topsy-turvy final day of the Championship season.
Leeds promoted, crowned champions
Pep Guardiola relishing Marcelo Bielsa test
Fulham back in the big time
Fulham will join them after beating Brentford in the play-off final at Wembley.
Norwich made an immediate return to the second tier, with Watford and Bournemouth relegated on the final day.
Premier League ins and outs
Who has your team signed? Who has been shipped out?
Check here for a comprehensive list of all the Premier League ins and outs from the 2020 summer transfer window, which opened on July 27 and closes on October 5.
When is the transfer window?
The window will run for 10 weeks this summer.
Source: Sky Sports
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