Crystal Palace fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

Crystal Palace fixtures

Crystal Palace will begin their 2016/17 Premier League campaign with a home fixture against West Brom.

Alan Pardew's men host Tony Pulis' side at Selhurst Park on August 13 before travelling to White Hart Lane to take on Tottenham on August 20.

Bournemouth are the visitors on August 27 and Palace will then face a tricky run of fixtures, featuring a trip to champions Leicester on October 22 in between home matches against West Ham (October 15) and Liverpool (October 29).

Over the festive period, the Eagles travel to Watford on Boxing Day, before a trip to Arsenal on New Year's Eve, and they finish the season at Manchester United on May 21.

Crystal Palace Premier League fixtures 2016/17:


13: West Bromwich Albion (h)

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20: Tottenham Hotspur (a)

27: Bournemouth (h)


10: Middlesbrough (a)

17: Stoke City (h)

24: Sunderland (a)


01: Everton (a)

15: West Ham United (h)

22: Leicester City (a)

29: Liverpool (h)


05: Burnley (a)

19: Manchester City (h)

26: Swansea City (a)


03: Southampton (h)

10: Hull City (a)

13: Manchester United (h)

17: Chelsea (h)

26: Watford (a)

31: Arsenal (a)


02: Swansea City (h)

14: West Ham United (a)

21: Everton (h)

31: Bournemouth (a)


04: Sunderland (h)

11: Stoke City (a)

25: Middlesbrough (h)


04: West Bromwich Albion (a)

11: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

18: Watford (h)


01: Chelsea (a)

05: Southampton (a)

08: Arsenal (h)

15: Leicester City (h)

22: Liverpool (a)

29: Burnley (h)


06: Manchester City (a)

13: Hull City (h)

21: Manchester United (a)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

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