Teams in Premier League 2022/23: List of clubs, fixture list reveal, key dates, start of new season

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On Sunday, May 29 we finally discovered the 20th and final team that will be competing in the 2022/23 Premier League.

Nottingham Forest’s 1-0 win over Huddersfield Town at Wembley in the Championship playoff final was the final match of the English domestic league season.

It ended a 23-year absence for Steve Cooper’s side from the top division and fans will eagerly be awaiting the new campaign kicking off.

The Sporting News has compiled all the key information you need to know for next term.

MORE: Huddersfield Town vs. Nottingham Forest result: Steve Cooper’s side seal Premier League return

Teams in Premier League 2022/23

Club Last PL season Last finish PL titles won (last) All-time PL record (WLD)
Arsenal 2021-22 5th 3 (03-04)

619-249-284

Aston Villa 2021-22 14th 0

354-388-297

Bournemouth 2019-20 2nd (Championship) 0

56-91-43

Brentford 2021-22 13th 0

13-18-7

Brighton 2021-22 9th 0

48-77-65

Chelsea 2021-22 3rd 5 (2016-17)

618-250-284

Crystal Palace 2021-22 12th 0

145-228-129

Everton 2021-22 16th 0

418-414-320

Fulham 2020-21 1st (Championship) 0

162-254-154

Leeds 2021-22 17th 0

216-187-141

Leicester 2021-22 8th 1 (2015-16)

209-243-160

Liverpool 2021-22 2nd 1 (2019-20)

609-261-283

Manchester City 2021-22 1st 6 (2021-22)

473-279-210

Manchester United 2021-22 6th 13 (2012-13)

703-192-258

Newcastle 2021-22 11th 0

382-388-264

Nottingham Forest 1998-99 4th (Championship) 0

59-59-79

Southampton 2021-22 15th 0

274-371-241

Tottenham 2021-22 4th 0

502-369-281

West Ham 2021-22 7th 0

335-408-253

Wolves 2021-22 10th 0

90-136-78

Which teams got promoted to the Premier League?

Former playoff winners Fulham were the first team to achieve promotion and they went up as champions of the Championship following an incredible season under Marco Silva.

Bournemouth beat Forest to the second automatic promotion spot, meaning Huddersfield Town, Forest, Sheffield United and Luton Town contested the playoffs for the right to play Premier League football in 2022/23.

Huddersfield were the first team to book their spot at Wembley after Jordan Rhodes scored the decisive goal in a 2-1 aggregate win over Luton.

In the other clash, Forest’s playoff against Sheffield United needed to be settled on penalties with the sides level on 3-3 after 210 minutes of action as Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba saved three spot-kicks in the shoot-out.

In the playoff final at Wembley, Forest won on their first ever trip to the new stadium courtesy of a 1-0 win thanks to Levi Colwill’s own goal to end their 23 year absence from the Premier League.

Which teams got relegated from the Premier League?

Norwich City were the first team to suffer relegation and Watford joined them a week later as both clubs dropped down to the second division just one season after earning promotion.

The third and final trap door to the Championship was occupied by Burnley, who were overtaken by Leeds United on the final day.

When do the Premier League 2022/23 fixtures come out?

Fans have less than a month to wait for the release of the 2022/23 Premier League fixtures.

The schedule is expected to be released by the Premier League on June 16, 2022 at 9 am BST / 4 am ET.

When does the Premier League 2022/23 season start?

Adjusted to accommodate the World Cup, the 2022/23 Premier League season will start eight days earlier than the previous campaign.

The first fixtures will be scheduled for August 6, 2022, giving players a break of around two and a half months from Premier League action.

The last set of fixtures before the Premier League stops for the World Cup will be played over the weekend of November 12-13.

The World Cup final takes place on December 18 and the league will resume on December 26. The final round of matches, to be played on May 28, 2023, will kick off simultaneously.

2022/23 English football calendar key dates

Premier League season begins August 6
International breaks Weekend of September 24; November 13 – December 25
Premier League season ends May 28
EFL Cup final February 26
FA Cup final June 3
UEFA Champions League final June 10
UEFA Europa League final May 31
UEFA Europa Conference League final June 7

Premier League 2022-23 title odds

Club United States
(DraftKings)
UK
(SkyBet)
Canada
(SportsInteraction)
Man City -165 4/7 -261
Liverpool +200 2/1 +130
Chelsea +1400 16/1 +1000
Tottenham +1600 18/1 +1200
Man United +2200 28/1 +1600
Arsenal +4000 50/1 +3100
Newcastle +6500 50/1 +3900
West Ham +20000 150/1 +8410
Leicester City +20000 150/1 +10400
Aston Villa +20000 250/1 +18000
Brighton +25000 250/1 +14500
Everton +25000 250/1 +16100
Wolves +50000 250/1 +19700
Southampton +50000 500/1 +32200
Crystal Palace +50000 500/1 +27700
Brentford +50000 750/1 +41600
Leeds United +50000 250/1 +42300
Fulham +100000 1000/1 +50000
Bournemouth +100000 1500/1 +50000
Nottingham Forest +100000 1500/1 +100000
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