One of the most awaited events of the footballing summer will take place on Wednesday, June 15, when the fixture list for the 2016/17 Premier League campaign will be officially released by the FA.
Aside the fact that the premier league will wear a new logo, lots of changes will be taking place when it begins. Leicester City and Manchester City will be looking up to play the community shield for the first time, just as Leicester and Tottenham will be looking up to building up on their superb performance they finished the 2016 season with, while trying to protect the image of England in Europe.
On issues related to management, Pep Guardiola will face a new challenge with Manchester City, Antonio Conte will seek to become the eleventh manager to be sacked in Chelsea, as he takes up a new appointment with the blues. Jose Mourinho will face an entirely new challenge with Manchester United, as he aspires to restore the club’s lost glory in his three-year contract with United, while Jurgen Klopp who has experienced one year in premier league without finishing top four or winning a title will seek to re-write history.
The summer transfer will also not be left out, as the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic are likely movers to the premier league
The match schedule for all the 380 top-flight matches will be available from 9am BST and fans will be able to find out all of the details on premierleague.com. The fixtures will be broken down on a club-by-club basis so fans can find out their team’s fixtures at a glance.
Despite the early release of the match fixtures, fans will still have to wait for the start and finish dates for the season, which have been revealed. The season will begin on 13 August, 2016 and end on 21 May, 2017.