Arsenal fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

Arsenal fixtures

Arsenal will kick off their 2016/17 Premier League campaign with a home clash against Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, followed by a trip to champions Leicester.

The Gunners face Antonio Conte's Chelsea on September 24, while their first north London derby is at the Emirates Stadium against Tottenham on November 5.

That is followed by a trip to Old Trafford to face Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on November 19.

The Gunners are home to West Brom on Boxing Day and face a difficult looking run-in with a trip to Tottenham on April 29 and Manchester United at home on May 6, before their final two games of the season away at Stoke and Everton at the Emirates.

Arsenal Premier League fixtures 2016/17:

August

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13: Liverpool (h)

20: Leicester (a)

27: Watford (a)

September

10: Southampton (h)

17: Hull City (a)

24: Chelsea (h)

October

01: Burnley (a)

15: Swansea City (h)

22: Middlesbrough (h)

29: Sunderland (a)

November

05: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

19: Manchester United (a)

26: Bournemouth (h)

December

03: West Ham United (a)

10: Stoke City (h)

14: Everton (a)

17: Manchester City (a)

26: West Bromwich Albion (h)

31: Crystal Palace (h)

January

02: Bournemouth (a)

14: Swansea City (a)

21: Burnley (h)

31: Watford (h)

February

04: Chelsea (a)

11: Hull City (h)

25: Southampton (a)

March

04: Liverpool (a)

11: Leicester City (h)

18: West Bromwich Albion (a)

April

01: Manchester City (h)

04: West Ham United (h)

08: Crystal Palace (a)

15: Middlesbrough (a)

22: Sunderland (h)

29: Tottenham Hotspur (a)

May

06: Manchester United (h)

13: Stoke City (a)

21: Everton (h)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

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