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Newcastle United 2022/2023 Full Fixture List

by David · Published Wed 27 Jul 2022, 22:52
Newcastle United 2022/2023 Full Fixture List

The season that most NUFC fans have waiting 14 years for. Finally, Mike Ashley has departed and fans can experience a full season under the new ownership and Eddie Howe's management.

With a full season of fixtures a head of us we finally have a chance to dream. No longer a case of hoping we don't get relegated, finally we can look up the table and start to challenge.

What will 22/23 bring for NUFC? Will it see SJP remain a fortress, and will the toon army make NUFC a team to be feared on the road. We look at the full fixture list, split into two parts. One for pre-World Cup and one for the post-World Cup fixtures.

First Half of the Season Pre-World Cup, Qatar

Starting the season off against newly promoted Nottingham Forest. Newcastle are in for a tricky August set of fixtures. With just 2 of the 5 games at home, we host City while traveling away to Liverpool. After that, however, things settle down for the toon, with some big home fixtures in September and October. The final game before the WC will see Chelsea travel to Newcastle. Premier League fixtures will pick back up on December 26th (we're not sure why they didn't just wait till January).


6th Nottingham Forest (h)

13th Brighton (a)

20th Man City (h)

27th Wolves (a)

31st Liverpool (a)


3rd Crystal Palace (h)

10th West Ham (a)

17th Bournemouth (h)


1st Fulham (a)

8th Brentford (h)

15th Man United (a)

19th Everton (h)

22nd Tottenham (a)

29th Aston Villa (h)


5th Southampton (a)

12th Chelsea (h)

Second Half of the Season Post-World Cup, Qatar

Fixtures get back under way on December 26th, with Newcastle heading down to Leicester, before hosting Leeds five days later. A quick turnaround will see Newcastle travel to Arsenal just two days later, before a 12-day gap before Fulham head up to Newcastle.

The season will end on May 28th, with Newcastle heading to Chelsea on the final day. Maybe that'll be the game that secures us Europe, it's too early to say. We remain hopeful, however.


26th Leicester City (a)

31st Leeds United (h)


2nd Arsenal (a)

14th Fulham (h)

21st Crystal Palace (a)


4th West Ham (h)

11th Bournemouth (a)

18th Liverpool (h)

25th Brighton (h)


4th Man City (a)

11th Wolves (h)

18th Nottingham Forest (a)


1st Man United (h)

8th Brentford (a)

15th Aston Villa (a)

22nd Tottenham Hotspur (h)

25th Everton (a)

29th Southampton (h)


6th Arsenal (h)

13th Leeds United (a)

20th Leicester City (h)

28th Chelsea (a)