Liverpool’s Premier League Complete Fixtures For The 2023/24 Season

Liverpool’s Premier League Complete Fixtures For The 2023/24 Season

Liverpool Football Club was a shadow of itself in the just-concluded Premier League season as they failed to live up to the expectations of their supporters around the world.

The Reds have always been dominant in recent seasons, but they have failed to demonstrate the quality that everyone has come to expect from them. They could only finish fifth at the end of the 2022/23 season.

However, Jurgen Klopp will hope his team gets back to the form that everyone has known Liverpool to be in the past few years.

Who is Liverpool’s First Premier League Game of 2023/24?

The Reds will travel to London to play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in what looks like a mouth-watering match. The spoils were shared between both teams last season.

When is the Merseyside Derby?

Liverpool will face Everton on October 3rd,,2023, and March 16th, 2024.

When will Liverpool face the Manchester teams?

The first-leg matches against Manchester City and Manchester United will be played on November 25th and December 16th, 2023 respectively. However, the second-leg fixtures will be played on March 9th and April 6th, 2024.

When will Liverpool play Arsenal?

Liverpool hosts Arsenal on December 23rd, 2023 before travelling to the Emirates on February 3rd, 2024 for the second leg.

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13: Chelsea (a)

19: Bournemouth (h)

26: Newcastle United (a)


2: Aston Villa (h)

16: Wolves (a)

23: West Ham United (h)

30: Tottenham Hotspur (a)


7: Brighton (a)

21: Everton (h)

28: Nottingham Forest (h)


4: Luton Town (a)

11: Brentford (h)

25: Manchester City (a)


2: Fulham (h)

5: Sheffield United (a)

9: Crystal Palace (a)

16: Manchester United (h)

23: Arsenal (h)

26: Burnley (a)

30: Newcastle United (h)


13: Bournemouth (a)

31: Chelsea (h)


3: Arsenal (a)

10: Burnley (h)

17: Brentford (a)

24: Luton Town (h)


2: Nottingham Forest (a)

9: Manchester City (h)

16: Everton (a)

30: Brighton (h)


3: Sheffield United (h)

6: Manchester United (h)

13: Crystal Palace (h)

20: Fulham (a)

27: West Ham United (a)


4: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

11: Aston Villa (a)

19: Wolves (h)

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