Bournemouth fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

Bournemouth fixtures

Bournemouth will host Jose Mourinho's Manchester United in their opening game of the 2016/17 Premier League season.

Eddie Howe's men will welcome the Red Devils to the Vitality Stadium on August 13 as Mourinho takes charge of his first league game for United, before the Cherries go to West Ham for the first Premier League game at the Olympic Stadium the following Saturday.

Bournemouth travel to Antonio Conte's Chelsea on Boxing Day, and will take on Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on New Year's Eve.

The south coast side, who finished 16th in their maiden season in England's top flight, will conclude their campaign with a trip to champions Leicester City on May 21.

Bournemouth Premier League fixtures 2016/17:


13: Manchester United (h)
20: West Ham United (a)
27: Crystal Palace (a)

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10: West Bromwich Albion (h)
17: Manchester City (a)
24: Everton (h)


01: Watford (a)
15: Hull City (h)
22: Tottenham Hotspur (h)
29: Middlesbrough (a)


05: Sunderland (h)
19: Stoke City (a)
26: Arsenal (a)


03: Liverpool (h)
10: Burnley (a)
13: Leicester City (h)
17: Southampton (h)
26: Chelsea (a)
31: Swansea City (a)


02: Arsenal (h)
14: Hull City (a)
21: Watford (h)
31: Crystal Palace (h)


04: Everton (a)
11: Manchester City (h)
25: West Bromwich Albion (a)


04: Manchester United (a)
11: West Ham United (h)
18: Swansea City (h)


01: Southampton (a)
05: Liverpool (a)
08: Chelsea (h)
15: Tottenham Hotspur (a)
22: Middlesbrough (h)
29: Sunderland (a)


06: Stoke City (h)
13: Burnley (h)
21: Leicester City (a)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

Arsenal fixtures
Bournemouth fixtures
Burnley fixtures
Chelsea fixtures
Crystal Palace fixtures
Everton fixtures
Hull fixtures
Leicester fixtures
Liverpool fixtures
Man City fixtures
Man Utd fixtures
Middlesbrough fixtures
Southampton fixtures
Stoke fixtures
Sunderland fixtures
Swansea fixtures
Tottenham fixtures
Watford fixtures
West Brom fixtures
West Ham fixtures

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