The most awaited day for the diehard football fans is finally here! The fixtures for 2013-2014 have been announced. All the 72 clubs from the championship; League One and League Two, found out who they will be facing this season, starting from August 3 2013 to May 3 2014 before the annual end-of-season playoffs.
All the opening premier league games will be played on the weekend of August 17-19.
This season starts off with Manchester United facing Swansea City marking the beginning of David Moyes career as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor. The red devil fans seem to be looking forward to a thrilling start.
Manchester City will be welcomed by Etihad Stadium hosts Newcastle United on the opening day.
Jose Mourinho, Chelsea’s boss will be welcomed by Hull City in west London. This will be his second big game as Chelsea’s boss.
Cardiff City’s first ever premier league game will be against West Ham United. On the other hand, Crystal Palace will be welcoming Tottenham to Selhurst Park.
Arsenal will be welcoming Aston Villa for a tough looking game at their home ground; the Emirates Stadium in north London.
Stoke City boss, Mark Hughes will be preparing for his battle against Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool.
West Brom will be preparing to face Southampton, while Roberto Martinez begins his Everton tenure with a trip to Norwich City.
Sunderland will begin their campaign with a home game against Fulham.
The season comes to an end on May 11, with three of the expected title chasers finishing on the road. Chelsea heads to Cardiff, Manchester United goes to Southampton and Arsenal will be at Norwich, with Manchester City at home facing West Ham.
The season promises to be as exciting as ever with new world records and unforgettable moments to come. You can view full season fixtures at Premier League’s official website.