Tottenham fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

Tottenham fixtures

Spurs begin their league campaign on the road for the sixth straight season when they provide Ronald Koeman with his first competitive game as Everton manager at Goodison Park.

Manchester United will be the final visitors to White Hart Lane as Spurs say farewell to their old ground.

Mauricio Pochettino's side will host United, who also played the final game at Upton Park last season, on May 13 before moving out for one season while they continue to build their new stadium on the same site.

Home games against Crystal Palace and Liverpool follow their trip to the Toffees before the first international break, while November brings three consecutive London derbies, starting with the north London derby at the Emirates on November 5.

That's followed by the visit of West Ham before a return to Chelsea (November 26) for the first time since the 'Battle of the Bridge' at the end of last season.

Boxing Day brings a trip to Southampton, while the return game against Arsenal at White Hart Lane is the week before United's visit on April 29. Their final game of the season sees them visit Premier League new boys Hull City.

Tottenham Premier League fixtures 2016/17:

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August

13: Everton (a)

20: Crystal Palace (h)

27: Liverpool (h)

September

10: Stoke City (a)

17: Sunderland (h)

24: Middlesbrough (a)

October

1: Manchester City (h)

15: West Bromwich Albion (a)

22: Bournemouth (a)

29: Leicester City (h)

November

5: Arsenal (a)

19: West Ham United (h)

26: Chelsea (a)

December

3:  Swansea City (h)

10: Manchester United (a)

14: Hull City (h)

17: Burnley (h)

26: Southampton (a)

31: Watford (a)

January

2: Chelsea (h)

14: West Bromwich Albion (h)

21: Manchester City (a)

31: Sunderland (a)

February

4: Middlesbrough (h)

11: Liverpool (a)

25: Stoke City (h)

March

4: Everton (h)

11: Crystal Palace (a)

18: Southampton (h)

April

1: Burnley (a)

4: Swansea City (a)

8: Watford (h)

15: Bournemouth (h)

22: Leicester City (a)

29: Arsenal (h)

May

6: West Ham United (a)

13: Manchester United (h)

21: Hull City (a)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

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