Teams in Premier League 2022/23: List of clubs, fixtures, key dates for new season

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We have all 20 clubs that will be competing in the 2022/23 Premier League.

The 20th and final team to join the fold was Nottingham Forest after a 1-0 win over Huddersfield Town in the Championship promotion playoff final, which was also the final match of the English domestic league season.

It ended a 23-year absence for Steve Cooper's side from the top division and fans will eagerly be awaiting the new campaign kicking off.

The Sporting News has compiled all the key information you need to know for next term.

Arsenal | Aston Villa | Bournemouth | Brentford | Brighton
Chelsea | Crystal Palace | Everton | Fulham | Leeds
Leicester | Liverpool | Man City | Man United | Newcastle
Notts Forest | Southampton  | Tottenham | West Ham | Wolves

Teams in Premier League 2022/23

Club Last PL season 2021-22 finish PL titles won
All-time PL record
Arsenal 2021-22 5th 3 (2003-04)


Aston Villa 2021-22 14th


Bournemouth 2019-20 2nd (Ch'ship)


Brentford 2021-22 13th


Brighton 2021-22 9th


Chelsea 2021-22 3rd 5 (2016-17)


Crystal Palace 2021-22 12th


Everton 2021-22 16th


Fulham  2020-21 1st (Ch'ship)


Leeds United 2021-22 17th


Leicester City 2021-22 8th 1 (2015-16)


Liverpool 2021-22 2nd 1 (2019-20)


Manchester City 2021-22 1st  6 (2021-22)


Manchester United 2021-22 6th 13 (2012-13)


Newcastle United 2021-22 11th


Nottingham Forest 1998-99 4th (Ch'ship)


Southampton 2021-22 15th


Tottenham Hotspur 2021-22 4th


West Ham United 2021-22 7th


Wolves 2021-22 10th


Which teams were promoted to the Premier League?

Former playoff winners Fulham were the first team to achieve promotion and they went up as champions of the Championship (second tier) following an incredible season under Marco Silva.

Bournemouth beat out Forest to second place and the second automatic promotion spot, meaning Huddersfield Town, Forest, Sheffield United and Luton Town contested the playoffs for the right to play Premier League football in 2022/23.

Huddersfield advanced to the playoff final after a 2-1 aggregate over Luton. Forest's playoff against Sheffield United needed to be settled on penalties with the sides level 3-3 on aggregate. Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba saved three spot kicks in the shootout to set up the Nottingham Forest vs. Huddersfield final.

In the playoff final at Wembley, Nottingham Forest won courtesy of a Levi Colwill own goal to end their 23-year absence from the Premier League.

Which teams were relegated from the Premier League?

Norwich City were the first team to suffer relegation in 2021/22 and Watford joined them a week later as both clubs dropped down to the second division just one season after earning promotion. 

The third and final trap door to the Championship was occupied by Burnley, who were overtaken by Leeds United on the final day.

When were Premier League 2022/23 fixtures released?

The complete calendar of the 2022/23 Premier League fixtures was released on Thursday, June 16.

We found out the dates and pairings for all 380 matches, with the season kicking off on Friday, Aug. 5 and wrapping up on Sunday, May 28. There will be three midweek matchdays, not counting the traditional Boxing Day and Jan. 2 matches.

In addition to the six-week break for the FIFA 2022 World Cup, there will be two other FIFA international breaks in September 2022 and March 2023. There are also two weekends dedicated to the FA Cup in January.

MORE: Every Premier League club's schedule for 2022/23

When does the Premier League 2022/23 season start?

Adjusted to accommodate the November start to the 2022 World Cup, the 2022/23 Premier League season will start eight days earlier than the previous campaign.

The first fixture will be played on Friday. Aug. 5, 2022, giving players a break of around two-and-a-half months from their last Premier League action in 2021/22.

The last set of fixtures before the Premier League stops for the World Cup will be played over the weekend of November 12-13.

The World Cup final takes place on December 18 and Premier League action will resume eight days later on Boxing Day, Monday, December 26. The final round of Premier League matches, to be played on May 28, 2023, will kick off simultaneously as is customary.

2022/23 Premier League key dates

Premier League season begins Aug. 5
FIFA international breaks Sept. 19-27, 2022
Nov. 14-Dec. 18, 2022
March 20-28, 2023
EFL Cup (Carabao Cup) final February 26, 2023
Premier League season ends May 28, 2023
UEFA Europa League final May 31, 2023
FA Cup final June 3, 2023
UEFA Europa Conference League final June 7, 2023
UEFA Champions League final June 10, 2023

Premier League 2022-23 title odds

Club United States
(Sports Interaction)
Man City -165 4/7 -239
Liverpool +250 2/1 +144
Tottenham +1200 18/1 +800
Chelsea +1600 16/1 +900
Man United +2800 28/1 +1800
Arsenal +3500 50/1 +1600
Newcastle +10000 50/1 +5900
West Ham +20000 150/1 +10500
Leicester City +20000 150/1 +13400
Aston Villa +20000 250/1 +15100
Brighton +25000 250/1 +15600
Everton +25000 250/1 +22500
Wolves +50000 250/1 +24800 
Southampton +50000 500/1 +39100
Crystal Palace +50000 500/1 +27400
Brentford +50000 750/1 +38500
Leeds United +50000 250/1 +30900
Nottingham Forest +50000 1500/1 +41400
Fulham +100000 1000/1 +52600
Bournemouth +100000 1500/1 +52600

Premier League 2022/23 TV channels, live streams

  UK USA Canada Australia
TV channel Sky Sports, BT Sport USA Network, Telemundo, Universo
Streaming NOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon Prime fuboTV, Peacock fuboTV Optus Sport

UK: Matches are carried across Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with select matches on Amazon Prime.

USA: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the matches are streamed on NBC platform Peacock for subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport

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Dan is a sub-editor for The Sporting News' UK edition.