Premier League fixture release date: This is when Newcastle United's 2021/22 schedule will be announced
Newcastle United will find out which team they will face on the opening day of the 2021/22 season when their Premier League fixtures are revealed this week.
Here’s everything you need to know about the fixture release day:
Where are Newcastle United’s 21/22 Premier League fixtures released?
A total of 380 fixtures for the 21/22 Premier League campaign will be announced on Wednesday, June 16 at 9am.
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Newcastle United’s full fixture list will be available via the club’s official website, the Premier League website plus your usual news outlets such as Sky Sports and BBC.
The Shields Gazette will also bring you full reaction from the fixture reveal.
When will broadcasters announce their first set of TV picks?
Newcastle United’s 21/22 fixtures will be subject to change due to TV broadcasters. The first set of TV picks are usually announced in July.
Every Premier League match during the 20/21 season was shown live on TV but that is unlikely to be the case this time around if or when fans are back in attendance.
When does Newcastle United’s 21/22 Premier League season get underway?
Newcastle United’s 21/22 Premier League season gets underway on Saturday, August 14 and ends on Sunday, May 22, 2022.
This comes roughly one month after Euro 2020 is due to come to a close.
Who are the 20 teams in the Premier League for the 21/22 season?
Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brentford (promoted), Brighton, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Norwich (promoted), Southampton, Tottenham, Watford (promoted), West Ham, Wolves.
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