The Premier League fixtures for the 2022/2023 season were announced yesterday, 16/06/2022.
Every game will be a big one in this upcoming season, which will be Erik ten Hag's first as Manchester United manager, especially after last season's disaster which saw us lose many games even to lower-rated teams.
Manchester United will begin the 2022/2023 Premier League season with a home game against Brighton & Hove Albion. The Red Devils have a good record, winning 21 out of 30 opening day matches, more than any other team.
There are some incredibly exciting games to look forward to, especially those against our traditional rivals. Those will be on the following dates:
20 Aug 2022 (H)
4 Mar 2023 (A)
1 Oct 2022 (A)
14 Jan 2023 (H)
17 Sep 2022 (H)
11 Feb 2023 (A)
The Europa League is probably the most sought-after realistic trophy that United fans want to win next season, mainly because it would grant United access to Champions League football in the 2023/2024 season which could be difficult to qualify for through Premier League placement.
We don't yet have the full schedule for any cup competition but for the Europa League, we'll know who is in our group when the draw for this stage takes place on Friday 26 August. The games will all be on Thursday nights, kicking off at 17:00 CET or 21:00 CET. For the Group-Stage games the dates will be:
Matchday 1: 8 September,
Matchday 2: 15 September Matchday 3: 6 October Matchday 4: 13 October Matchday 5: 27 October
Matchday 6: 3 November
If United do get out of the group stages then the following dates will be :
Round of 16: 9 & 16 March
Quarter-finals: 13 & 20 April
Semi-finals: 11 & 18 May
Final: 31 May
The historic FA Cup is the second most wanted realistic trophy to be won next season after the Europa League. Here's how the Schedule will look like IF United go all the way.
Third round: 7 January
Fourth round: 28 January
Fifth round: 1 March
Quarter-finals: 18 March
Semi-finals: 22 April
Final: 3 June
The least appreciated trophy for Man United fans, the League cup, otherwise known as EFL Cup, would be a nice little addition to the trophy collection but definitely won't be enough to satisfy the Fan's hunger for Trophies. If United manage to reach the final, the path would look like this:
Third round: 8/9 November
Fourth round: 20/21 December
Quarter-finals: 10/11 January
Semi-finals: 25 January/1 February
Final: 26 February.
TO BE NOTED THAT ALL FIXTURES MIGHT CHANGE DEPENDING ON FURTHER QUALIFICATION IN EACH COMPETITION.