The 2022-23 campaign will be the 31st Premier League season, with Manchester City going into it as the defending champions.
Original article published 29 August 2022
The three teams back in the top flight after winning promotion are Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest, who replace relegated trio Burnley, Watford and Norwich.
The 2022-23 Premier League season will begin on the weekend of 6th-7th August, starting earlier than usual due to the winter World Cup in Qatar.
The international tournament means there is just 11 weeks between last season and this, with the final day matches set to take place on Sunday 28th May, 2023.
The fixtures for the new campaign will be released by the Premier League on Thursday 16th June.
The summer transfer window officially opens on Friday 10th June, with clubs allow to buy players up for the next 12 weeks.
The window then closes on Thursday 1st September, which will be 25 days after the opening weekend of the new season.
Clubs will get another chance to add to their squads at the start of 2023, with the January transfer window opening on New Year's Day.
The final round of Premier League matches before the World Cup will be Game Week 16, on the weekend of 12th-13th November.
The clubs will return to action on Boxing Day for the 26th December fixtures – which will be eight days after the World Cup final.
After a vote between all the clubs, the Premier League has decided to allow teams to make five substitutions in the new season.
The majority of the leagues in Europe implemented that change in the 2021-22 campaign, but the Premier League couldn't come to an agreement on that ruling.
But, following another vote in March, the top-flight clubs are now happy to adopt the rule, which will begin from the start of the new season.
Here are the details of each Premier League ground to be used in the 2022-23 season, starting with the biggest capacity and going down to the lowest.
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
Leeds United – Elland Road – 37,792
Southampton – St Mary's Stadium – 32,384
Leicester City – King Power Stadium – 32,261
Wolves – Molineux – 32,050
Brighton – Amex Stadium – 31,800
Nottingham Forest – City Ground – 30,445
Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park – 25,486
Fulham – Craven Cottage – 19,359
Brentford – Brentford Community Stadium – 17,250
Bournemouth – Vitality Stadium - 11,364