Complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League Fixtures

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After seeing the complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League fixtures, the Cherries definitely will want to fine-tune their Arsenal ahead of the new season.

Despite a shaky return to the top-flight experiencing embarrassing defeats, they picked themselves up and ultimately kept their spot in the top-flight for next season.

Former manager Scott Parker who helped Bournemouth secure promotion to the top-flight seemingly couldn’t tactically marshall the team after they gained promotion.

Gary O’Neil was handed the chance to take charge of the club as interim manager following Parker’s dismissal.

The complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League fixtures has been released
The complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League fixtures has been released

They secured some big wins during the season and they trampled upon fellow competitors in the bottom half of the table.

Bournemouth are currently without a manager after Gary O’Neil left the club on the 19th of June 2023.

One can only wonder why O’Neil left the Cherries in spite of an impressive time as caretaker boss of the club.

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They will give themselves a pat on the back and be proud of their 15th place finish in the Premier League last term.

However, what they achieved last term is now in the past and they will need to prepare keenly for the next season.

Their fellow competitors are making needed preparations, they must also do in like manner in order not to be caught napping.

The complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League fixtures which is now available offers them a chance to dot their i’s and cross their t’s before the season commences.

The Cherries kick off their Premier League season with an home game against West Ham United on the 12th of August 2023.

7 days later, they travel to Anfield to play Liverpool before they end the month entertaining Tottenham Hotspur on the 26th of August 2023.

7 games in four weeks for Bournemouth

December definitely promises to be intense and hectic for Bournemouth with seven Premier League matches to be played in four weeks.

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The manager-less team travel to Old Trafford to play Manchester United on the 9th of December 2023.

They also trade tackles with Fulham on the 26th of December, before ending the month by facing Tottenham Hotspur on the 30th of December.

November sees Bournemouth squaring up against Manchester City on the 4th of November, with the reverse fixture set to go down on the 24th of February 2024.

The Cherries face Brighton on the 23rd of September 2023, with the second leg of the Premier League showdown going down on the 27th of April 2024.

Their final game at the Vitality Stadium for the season is against Brentford on the 11th of May 2024.

Bournemouth then conclude their 2023/24 season traveling to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea on the 19th of May 2024.

Complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League fixtures has been released
Bournemouth players must be dedicated in order to have a season they can be proud of

Complete Bournemouth 2023-2024 Premier League Fixtures


12: West Ham (h) 

19: Liverpool (a)

26: Tottenham (h)

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2: Brentford (a)

16: Chelsea (h)

23: Brighton (a)

30: Arsenal (h)


7: Everton (a)

21: Wolves (h)

28: Burnley (h)


4: Man City (a)

11: Newcastle (h)

25: Sheffield United (a)


2: Aston Villa (h)

5: Crystal Palace (a)

9: Manchester United (a)

16: Luton (h)

23: Nottingham Forest (a)

26: Fulham (h)

30: Tottenham (a)


13: Liverpool (h)

30: West Ham (a)


3: Nottingham Forest (h)

10: Fulham (a)

17: Newcastle (a)

24: Man City (h)


2: Burnley (a)

9: Sheffield United (h)

16: Wolves (a)

30: Everton (h)


2: Crystal Palace (h)

6: Luton Town (a)

13: Manchester United (h)

20: Aston Villa (a)

27: Brighton (h)


4: Arsenal (a)

11: Brentford (h)

19: Chelsea (a)

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