Swansea City fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

Swansea City fixtures

Swansea City will start their 2016/17 Premier League campaign with a trip to Turf Moor to take on Championship champions Burnley on Saturday August 13.

The Swans' opening home game the following weekend will be against another promoted side in Hull City before they head to the King Power Stadium to take on defending champions Leicester City.

Swansea have some high-profile home games in the first few months of the season with Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United all set to visit the Liberty Stadium by November 5.

Francesco Guidolin's side also have home games on Boxing Day and New Year's Eve against West Ham and Bournemouth respectively.

And they will finish the campaign at home with a fixture against West Brom on Sunday May 21.  

Swansea City Premier League fixtures 2016/17:


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13: Burnley (a)

20: Hull City (h)

27: Leicester City (a)


10: Chelsea (h)

17: Southampton (a)

24: Manchester City (h)


1: Liverpool (h)

15: Arsenal (a)

22: Watford (h)

29: Stoke City (a)


5: Manchester United (h)

19: Everton (a)

26: Crystal Palace (h)


3: Tottenham Hotspur (a)

10: Sunderland (h)

13: West Bromwich Albion (a)

17: Middlesbrough (a)

26: West Ham United (h)

31: Bournemouth (h)


2: Crystal Palace (a)

14: Arsenal (h)

21: Liverpool (a)

31: Southampton (h)


4: Manchester City (a)

11: Leicester City (h)

25: Chelsea (a)


4: Burnley (h)

11: Hull City (a)

18: Bournemouth (a)


1: Middlesbrough (h)

4: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

8: West Ham United (a)

15: Watford (a)

22: Stoke City (h)

29: Manchester United (a)


6: Everton (h)

13: Sunderland (a)

21: West Bromwich Albion (h)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

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