2022-2023 Premier League season: here are all you need to know about next season

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The 2021-2022 Premier League season officially ended on May 22, 2022, and Manchester City retained the league title with a point above second-placed Liverpool, leaving many to wonder whether they will make it three in a row in the 2022-2023 Premier League season.

Recall that Manchester City won the league title in the 2020-2021 season before winning the 2021-2022 league title after a stiff two-sided competition between the club and Liverpool which earned City their 6th league title in the Premier League era.

When will the 2022-2023 Premier League season commence and end?

Now, all attention has been shifted to the 2022-2023 Premier League season which is the 31st Premier League season and the 124th season of top-flight English football in total.

Organizers of the prestigious and highly competitive league have announced that the 2022-2023 Premier League season will commence on August 6, 2022. The league season is expected to last for nine months which means that the last game of the season will be played on May 28, 2023.

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How many clubs will play in the 2022-2023 Premier League season?

As usual, 20 English clubs will participate in the elite league. 17 clubs that featured in the 2021-2022 season will feature in the 2022-2023 season since three of the 20 clubs that featured in the outgoing season, Norwich City, Watford, and Burnley have been relegated.

To make up for the relegated clubs, three clubs will be promoted from the Championship to the Premier League before the new season commences.

Clubs promoted to play in the next Premier League season:

The three clubs that are expected to gain promotion ahead of the coming season are Fulham, Bournemouth, and Huddersfield Town or Nottingham Forest.

Note that Fulham and Bournemouth have already secured promotion to the Premier League ahead of the coming season which means that 19 clubs have known their feat ahead of the new season.

To complete the 20 clubs that are expected to battle for the Premier League title next season, Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest are expected to fight for the remaining one slot via the Championship final.

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The final has been scheduled to take place on May 29, 2022. Any team that wins the game between Huddersfield Town and Nottingham, will become the 20th Premier League club for the 2022-2023 season.

When will the 2022-2023 Premier League fixtures come out?

The Premier League board has announced that the 2022-2023 Premier League provisional fixtures will be released on June 16, 2022, less than two months before the commencement of the new season.

Below are the Premier League clubs, their location, name of the stadium, and stadium capacity for the 2022-2023 season:

2022-2023 Premier League season: here are available updates on next season
Manchester City players celebrate their 2021-2022 Premier League triumph.
TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
ArsenalLondon (Holloway)Emirates Stadium60,704
Aston VillaBirminghamVilla Park42,682
BournemouthBournemouthDean Court11,364
BrentfordLondon (Brentford)Brentford Community Stadium17,250
Brighton & Hove AlbionFalmerFalmer Stadium31,800
ChelseaLondon (Fulham)Stamford Bridge40,834
Crystal PalaceLondon (Selhurst)Selhurst Park25,486
EvertonLiverpool (Walton)Goodison Park39,414
FulhamLondon (Fulham)Craven Cottage19,359
Leeds UnitedLeedsElland Road37,792
Leicester CityLeicesterKing Power Stadium32,312
LiverpoolLiverpool (Anfield)Anfield53,394
Manchester CityManchester (Bradford)Etihad Stadium55,017
Manchester UnitedManchester (Old Trafford)Old Trafford74,140
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle upon TyneSt James’ Park52,305
SouthamptonSouthamptonSt Mary’s Stadium32,384
Tottenham HotspurLondon (Tottenham)Tottenham Hotspur Stadium62,850
West Ham UnitedLondon (Stratford)London Stadium60,000
Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhamptonMolineux Stadium32,050

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