Man Utd fixtures: Premier League 2019/20
Last Updated: 13/06/19 11:08am
Manchester United kick their 2019/20 Premier League campaign off against top-six rivals Chelsea at Old Trafford on August 11, live on Sky Sports.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces two stern assignments at the start of his first full season as United boss, with Europa League winners Chelsea up first before travelling to Wolves in the second round of matches.
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United face pivotal home games against Arsenal on September 28, Liverpool on October 19 and Tottenham on December 3 before taking on Manchester City in the first derby of the season at the Etihad Stadium on December 7.
United usher in 2020 with a New Year's Day trip to Arsenal, travel to Anfield on January 18 before the first ever Premier League winter break takes place in mid-February.
Premier League winter break
For the first time this season the Premier League will have a mid-season break. Five matches will be played on February 8 and the other five on February 15. That split will be confirmed in December when the broadcast picks are announced.
United host Manchester City at Old Trafford on March 7 and make their first trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on March 14, before their season concludes away at Leicester on May 17.
11: Chelsea (h) - 4.30pm, live on Sky Sports
17: Wolves (a)
24: Crystal Palace (h)
31: Southampton (a)
14: Leicester (h)
21: West Ham (a)
28: Arsenal (h)
5: Newcastle (a)
19: Liverpool (h)
26: Norwich (a)
2: Bournemouth (a)
9: Brighton (h)
23: Sheffield United (a)
30: Aston Villa (h)
3: Tottenham (h)
7: Manchester City (a)
14: Everton (h)
21: Watford (a)
26: Newcastle (h)
28: Burnley (a)
1: Arsenal (a)
11: Norwich (h)
18: Liverpool (a)
21: Burnley (h)
1: Wolves (h)
8: Chelsea (a)
22: Watford (h)
29: Everton (a)
7: Manchester City (h)
14: Tottenham (a)
21: Sheffield United (h)
4: Brighton (a)
11: Bournemouth (h)
18: Aston Villa (a)
25: Southampton (h)
2: Crystal Palace (a)
9: West Ham (h)
17: Leicester (a)
Will Man Utd build momentum?
Manchester United kick off their new season at home to Chelsea but even an opening weekend win may be tricky to back up, with some stern tests coming in September and October, sandwiched between Europa League group stage games.
They host Arsenal on September 28, travel to Newcastle on October 5 and face arch-rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford on October 19, while Europa League group games are scheduled for September 19, October 3 and October 24 during that period.
Follow the Premier League with Sky Sports
From the 2019/20 season in the UK and Ireland, Sky Sports customers will be able to enjoy:
- 128 exclusively live Premier League matches.
- First pick of matches for every weekend of the Premier League season.
- The best punditry team in football including Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness.
- New Saturday Night Football slots, presented by Kelly Cates, plus Friday Night Football, Super Sunday and Monday Night Football.
- In-game goals and clips for mobile devices from Sky Sports live matches.
- Extended highlights On Demand through Game of the Day and Match Choice.
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The key dates of the Premier League 2019/20 season
The new season is scheduled to start on Friday August 9 and will conclude on Sunday May 17.
Meanwhile, the Community Shield between Manchester City and Liverpool will take place on Sunday August 4.
The Champions League final will be played in Istanbul on May 30 - two weeks before the start of Euro 2020 on June 12.