Arsenal get Chelsea and Manchester City in opening 3 Premier League games

The Premier League fixtures have been revealed for the new season and Arsenal will start their campaign with a trip to newly promoted Brentford and finish with a home match against Everton.

The new Premier League season is due to start on Saturday 14 August and, while we don’t know the exact dates of Arsenal’s fixtures just yet as we wait for the TV companies to decide who they want to play at 7pm on a Sunday, we do know that Arsenal will likely see far more Saturday games this season than usual due to their lack of European competition.

It is not an easy start once we move past the opening game against Brentford, taking on Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham within the first six games.

To finish the season, Arsenal will face Leeds at home before travelling to Newcastle and then welcoming Everton at the Emirates for the last game on Sunday 15 May.

Arsenal will also travel to Norwich on Boxing Day before playing Wolves at the Emirates two days later and Manchester City on New Year’s Day.

Arsenal’s 2021-22 Premier League fixtures in full:

14/08/2021 – Brentford (a) 
21/08/2021 – Chelsea (h) 
28/08/2021 – Manchester City (a) 
11/09/2021 – Norwich City (h)
18/09/2021 – Burnley (a) 
25/09/2021 – Tottenham (h) 
02/10/2021 – Brighton and Hove Albion (a) 
16/10/2021 – Crystal Palace (h) 
23/10/2021 – Aston Villa (h) 
30/10/2021 – Leicester City (a) 
06/11/2021 – Watford (h) 
20/11/2021 – Liverpool (a) 
27/11/2021 – Newcastle (h) 
30/11/2021 – Manchester United (a) 
04/12/2021 – Everton (a) 
11/12/2021 – Southampton (h) 
14/12/2021 – West Ham (h)
18/12/2021 – Leeds United (a) 
26/12/2021 – Norwich City (a) 
28/12/2021 – Wolves (h) 
01/01/2022 – Manchester City (h) 
15/01/2022 – Tottenham (a) 
22/01/2022 – Burnley (h) 
08/02/2022 – Wolves (a) 
12/02/2022 – Chelsea (a) 
19/02/2022 – Brentford (h)
26/02/2022 – Liverpool (h) 
05/03/2022 – Watford (a) 
12/03/2022 – Leicester City (h) 
19/03/2022 – Aston Villa (a) 
02/04/2022 – Crystal Palace (a) 
09/04/2022 – Brighton and Hove Albion (h) 
16/04/2022 – Southampton (a) 
23/04/2022 – Manchester United (h) 
30/04/2022 – West Ham (a) 
07/05/2022 – Leeds United (h) 
15/05/2022 – Newcastle United (a) 
22/05/2022 – Everton (h) 

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