Champions Manchester City will be at home on Friday 11, August to kick off the 2023/24 Premier League in a match against newly promoted side Burnley, managed by their former captain Vincent Kompany.
They are currently on three consecutive Premier League title wins and will seek to become the first EPL club to win four consecutive league titles when the new campaign begins.
Citys archrivals, Manchester United, will play the last game of the opening matchday on Monday as they start their season at Old Trafford against Wolves.
The Bees were the only team to beat Manchester City both home and away during the 2022/23 season.
The 202324 Premier League season concludes on Sunday, 19 May 2024 the campaign will also return to normal calendar following disruption in that of the previous seasons due to the impact of COVID19 pandemic and 2022 FIFA World Cup clubs will be given a weekend off in January.
The Red Devils will be playing their first game of a new season at home for the seventh consecutive time.
Meanwhile, Chelseas new manager Mauricio Pochettinos tenure at the helm of affairs at Stamford Bridge will begin with a high profile opening matchday fixture against Liverpool on Sunday.
In other matchday one fixtures, Arsenal will host Nottingham Forest at home.