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Chelsea: Premier League 2024/25 fixtures and schedule

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Enzo Maresca will host former club Manchester City in his first Premier League game as Chelsea head coach.

Maresca - who had two spells as a coach at City under Pep Guardiola - replaced Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea this summer and will welcome his former club to Stamford Bridge on Sunday August 18, live on Sky Sports, kick-off 4.30pm.

The 44-year-old Italian was plucked from Leicester after guiding them back to the Premier League and will return to the King Power Stadium when Chelsea visit on Saturday November 23.

The Blues face a tricky period in October and November, playing Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester United and Arsenal in successive fixtures, while their first meeting with Tottenham is on Saturday December 7, and they host Fulham on Boxing Day.

Chelsea also look set for a daunting May, closing their top-flight campaign with games against Liverpool, Newcastle and Man Utd, before travelling to Nottingham Forest on the final day on Sunday May 25.

All fixtures subject to change.


18: Manchester City (h) - live on Sky Sports, kick-off 4.30pm

24: Wolves (a)

31: Crystal Palace (h)


14: Bournemouth (a)

21: West Ham (a)

28: Brighton (h)


5: Nottingham Forest (h)

19: Liverpool (a)

26: Newcastle (h)


2: Manchester United (a)

9: Arsenal (h)

23: Leicester (a)

30: Aston Villa (h)


4: Southampton (a)

7: Tottenham (a)

14: Brentford (h)

21: Everton (a)

26: Fulham (h)

29: Ipswich Town (a)


4: Crystal Palace (a)

15: Bournemouth (h)

18: Wolves (h)

25: Manchester City (a)


1: West Ham (h)

15: Brighton (a)

22: Aston Villa (a)

26: Southampton (h)


8: Leicester (h)

15: Arsenal (a)


2: Tottenham (h)

5: Brentford (a)

12: Ipswich Town (h)

19: Fulham (a)

26: Everton (h)


3: Liverpool (h)

10: Newcastle (a)

18: Manchester United (h)

25: Nottingham Forest (a)

Qualifying play-off first leg: August 22
Qualifying play-off second leg: August 29
Matchday 1: October 3
Matchday 2: October 24
Matchday 3: November 7
Matchday 4: November 28
Matchday 5: December 12
Matchday 6: December 19
Knockout round play-offs: February 13 & 20
Round of 16 first leg: March 6
Round of 16 second leg: March 13
Quarter-finals first leg: April 10
Quarter-finals second leg: April 17
Semi-finals first leg: May 1
Semi-finals second leg: May 8
Final: May 28

The 2024/25 Premier League season will start on Friday August 16 and conclude on Sunday May 25.

The campaign will run over 33 weekends, four midweek rounds and one Bank Holiday matchweek.

The Community Shield will take place on Saturday 10 August and the FA Cup final will take place on Saturday May 17 - the weekend before the Premier League's final day.

The Champions League final will be held on Saturday May 31 in Munich. The Europa League final will be played on Wednesday May 21 in Bilbao, with the UEFA Conference League final a week later on Wednesday May 28 in Wroclaw, Poland.

Sky Sports will show 128 games exclusively live in the 2024/25 season - and a brand new agreement between Sky Sports and the Premier League means even more live matches from 2025/26.

From 2025, Sky Sports will broadcast a record minimum of 215 Premier League matches a season after finalising a new four-year agreement.

Throughout the 2024/25 season, you can watch Premier League match highlights for free - without being a Sky Sports subscriber.

You'll find highlights from every Premier League game in the Score Centre, as well as on the Sky Sports website and Sky Sports app shortly after full-time, or from 5.15pm for midday Saturday kick-offs. You can also watch them on the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel.

You can stream Sky Sports live with no contract on a Month or Day membership on NOW - find out more about instant access to live action from the Premier League, EFL, F1, England cricket and much more.

Sky Sports+ will give more choice to sports fans via live streams and a new dedicated channel, at no extra cost.

Launching this August, Sky Sports+ will be transformational in the amount of choice sports fans will have access to via live streams on Sky TV, streaming service NOW and the improved Sky Sports App on mobile.

With more coverage than ever before from the EFL, both tennis tours and men's Super League, Sky Sports customers can enjoy more than 50 per cent more live sport this year.