The 2023/24 campaign will be the 32nd season of Premier League football and, once again, it looks like defending champions Manchester City will be the ones to beat.
Pep Guardiola's side won their third straight title, and fifth in six years, in 2022/23, after finishing five points clear of Arsenal.
At the other end of the table, Leicester, Leeds and Southampton's relegations have opened the door for the returns of recent visitors Burnley and Sheffield United.
Meanwhile, Luton will compete in the Premier League for the first time following their promotion through the Championship play-offs.
|What||2023/24 Premier League|
|When||Saturday 12th August 2023 - Sunday 19th May 2024|
|How to watch||Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime|
|Odds (outright)||Man City 4/6, Arsenal 7/1, Liverpool 8/1, Man Utd 8/1, Chelsea 12/1|
The Premier League has confirmed that the 2023/24 campaign will begin on Saturday 12th August.
After an early start in 2022/23 to accommodate the World Cup in Qatar, the teams have been given an extra week to prepare for the new season, with 76 clear days between the two campaigns.
The 2023/24 Premier League season will conclude with all 20 teams playing at the same time on Sunday 19th May.
This is a weekend earlier than in 2022/23 and will allow international players extra time to recover ahead of summer tournaments such as the European Championships and Copa America.
The fixtures for the 2023/24 Premier League will be announced at 09:00 on Thursday 15th June.
They will consist of 34 weekends, three midweek rounds and a batch of Bank Holiday games.
Yes. The Premier League say they have structured the campaign to allow for the return of the mid-season player break. This will take place between 13th and 20th January.
Meanwhile, following the fears raised by clubs regarding fixture congestion during the Christmas and New Year period, the league say that teams will not have two games within 48 hours of each other.
As ever, teams will have two opportunities to buy and sell players, with transfer windows scheduled for both the summer and winter.
The summer transfer window is due to open on Wednesday 14th June and will close at 23:00 on Friday 1st September.
Meanwhile, for clubs looking to add to their ranks and perhaps offload unhappy players, the winter transfer window opens on Monday 1st January and will run through until 23:00 on Thursday 1st February.
Champions Manchester City are understandably the favourites to win the title in 2023/24.
Pep Guardiola's side are available at 4/6, with 2022/23 runners-up Arsenal 7/1 and Liverpool, who finished fifth last season, 8/1.
Manchester United are also 8/1, while Chelsea are 12/1 to top the standings. Newcastle are set for another big summer in the transfer market and are 14/1 To Win Outright.
At the other end of the table, Luton are 4/11 favourites in the To be Relegated market, with fellow promoted sides Sheffield United and Burnley also in the top three at 4/7 and 5/4, respectively.
The three teams who were promoted ahead of the 2022/23 season are next in the betting. Bournemouth can be backed at 7/4 with Nottingham Forest 11/4 and Fulham 10/3.
The details of each Premier League ground to be used in the 2023/24 season are listed below in descending order.
Manchester United – Old Trafford – 74,140
Tottenham – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – 62,850
Arsenal – Emirates Stadium – 60,260
West Ham – London Stadium – 60,000
Manchester City – Etihad Stadium – 53,400
Liverpool – Anfield – 53,394
Newcastle – St James' Park – 52,305
Aston Villa – Villa Park – 42,682
Chelsea – Stamford Bridge – 41,837
Everton – Goodison Park – 39,414
Sheffield United – Bramall Lane – 32,050
Wolves – Molineux – 32,050
Brighton – Amex Stadium – 31,800
Nottingham Forest – City Ground – 30,445
Fulham – Craven Cottage – 25,700
Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park – 25,486
Burnley – Turf Moor - 21,944
Brentford – Gtech Community Stadium – 17,250
Bournemouth – Vitality Stadium – 11,364
Luton – Kenilworth Road – 10,356