A complete list of teams for the Premier League in 2022/23, Lists of clubs, fixtures, as well as key dates for the start of the new season

As of right now, we have all 20 clubs that will be competing in the Premier League of 2022/23.

Nottingham Forest was the last team to make it into the English top flight after a 1-0 victory over Huddersfield Town in the Championship promotion playoff final, which was also the final match of the English domestic league season.

Steve Cooper’s side ended a 23-year absence from the top division, and fans look forward to the new campaign.

In this SportsRola article, we have compiled all the key information that you should know in order to prepare for the next term.

A complete list of teams for the Premier League in 2022/23, Lists of clubs, fixtures, as well as key dates for the start of the new season
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Premier League Teams Schedules 2022/23

Arsenal | Aston Villa | Bournemouth | Brentford | Brighton
Chelsea | Crystal Palace | Everton | Fulham | Leeds
Leicester | Liverpool Man City | Man United | Newcastle
Notts Forest | Southampton | Tottenham | West Ham | Wolves

Teams in Premier League 2022/23

ClubLast PL season2021-22 FinishPL titles won
(last)
All-time PL record
(W-L-D)
Arsenal2021-225th3 (2003-04)619-249-284
Aston Villa2021-2214th354-388-297
Bournemouth2019-202nd (Ch’ship)56-91-43
Brentford2021-2213th13-18-7
Brighton2021-229th48-77-65
Chelsea2021-223rd5 (2016-17)618-250-284
Crystal Palace2021-2212th145-228-129
Everton2021-2216th418-414-320
Fulham 2020-211st (Ch’ship)162-254-154
Leeds United2021-2217th216-187-141
Leicester City2021-228th1 (2015-16)209-243-160
Liverpool2021-222nd1 (2019-20)609-261-283
Manchester City2021-221st 6 (2021-22)473-279-210
Manchester United2021-226th13 (2012-13)703-192-258
Newcastle United2021-2211th382-388-264
Nottingham Forest1998-994th (Ch’ship)59-59-79
Southampton2021-2215th274-371-241
Tottenham Hotspur2021-224th502-369-281
West Ham United2021-227th335-408-253
Wolves2021-2210th90-136-78

How many teams were promoted to the Premier League this season?

The previous playoff champions Fulham were the first team to achieve promotion, and they went up to the second tier of the league following an amazing season under the management of Marco Silva, and they were crowned champions.

As a result of Bournemouth taking second place and the second automatic promotion spot to the Premier League, Huddersfield Town, Forest, Sheffield United, and Luton Town will have to compete in a playoff for a place in the Premier League in 2022/23.

After a 2-1 aggregate victory over Luton, Huddersfield has advanced to the playoff final. It took penalties to settle Nottingham Forest’s playoff against Sheffield United, as the sides were level on aggregate with a score of 3-3. The Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba saved three spot kicks in the shootout to set up the final between Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield.

To end their 23-year absence from the Premier League, Nottingham Forest won the playoff final at Wembley courtesy of a Levi Colwill own goal.

How many teams were relegated from the Premier League this season?

As both Norwich City and Watford were relegated just one week after winning promotion to the first division, both clubs suffered relegation just one season after gaining promotion to the top flight.

Burnley was overtaken on the final day by Leeds United to occupy the third trap door to the Championship.

What is the release date of the Premier League fixtures for the season 2022/23?

There was a complete release of the schedule for Premier League fixtures for the 2022/23 season on Thursday, June 16.

In order to determine the dates and pairings for each of the 380 matches in the season, we discovered that the season will begin on Friday, August 5, and conclude on Sunday, May 28. As a result, there will be three matchdays during the middle of the week, excluding the traditional Boxing Day and Jan. 2 matches.

The FIFA 2022 World Cup break will be followed by two other FIFA international breaks in September 2022 and March 2023 as well as the six-week break for the FIFA World Cup 2022. During the month of January, there are also two weekends dedicated to the FA Cup.

How long will it take for the Premier League 2022/23 season to start?

Due to the fact that the 2022/23 Premier League season will start eight days earlier than the previous campaign in order to accommodate the start of the 2022 World Cup in November.

On Friday, the first match of the season will be played. As a result, players will have a break of around two-and-a-half months since they last appeared in the Premier League on Aug. 5, 2022.

Over the weekend of November 12-13, the last set of Premier League fixtures will take place before the league stops for the World Cup.

On Monday, December 26, the Premier League will resume its action eight days later, on Boxing Day, after the World Cup final takes place on December 18. It is customary for the final round of Premier League matches, which will be played on May 28, 2023, to start at the same time, as is customary.

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Premier League 2022/23 key dates

Premier League season beginsAug. 5
FIFA international breaksSept. 19-27, 2022
Nov. 14-Dec. 18, 2022
March 20-28, 2023
EFL Cup (Carabao Cup) finalFebruary 26, 2023
Premier League season endsMay 28, 2023
UEFA Europa League finalMay 31, 2023
FA Cup finalJune 3, 2023
UEFA Europa Conference League finalJune 7, 2023
UEFA Champions League finalJune 10, 2023

Premier League 2022-23 title odds

ClubUnited States
(DraftKings)
U.K.
(SkyBet)
Canada
(Sports Interaction)
Man City-1654/7-264
Liverpool+2002/1+130
Chelsea+140016/1+1000
Tottenham+160018/1+918
Man United+220028/1+1500
Arsenal+400050/1+3200
Newcastle+650050/1+4400
West Ham+20000150/1+10200
Leicester City+20000150/1+12600
Aston Villa+20000250/1+13800
Brighton+25000250/1+15600
Everton+25000250/1+21200
Wolves+50000250/1+26600 
Southampton+50000500/1+37400
Crystal Palace+50000500/1+26700
Brentford+50000750/1+37700
Leeds United+50000250/1+39300
Fulham+1000001000/1+50000
Bournemouth+1000001500/1+50000
Nottingham Forest+1000001500/1+50000

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