Liverpool fixtures 2015-16 season – Reds face Stoke City in Premier League opener

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Liverpool’s fixtures for the new Premier League season have been announced this morning. We start our campaign with a trip to the Britannia Stadium to face Stoke City, a venue that won’t hold happy memories for the Reds.

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It is of course a repeat of our last fixture of the 2014-15 season – and very few Reds will need reminding of the result that day. On a more positive note, it will give Brendan Rodgers’ side an immediate chance to make amends for the 6-1 embarrassment.

Our first home game of the season is against newly promoted AFC Bournemouth, winners of the Championship last season. Our first month continues with a trip to Arsenal and a game against West Ham at Anfield.

We travel to Old Trafford on September 12, with the return leg on January 16. Our first Merseyside derby is at Goodison Park on October 3, with the return leg on February 27.

Our Boxing Day game is at home to Leicester City, while our first game of 2016 will be away to West Ham. We finish the campaign with a trip to West Bromwich Albion. Our last home game of the year is against Watford.

See the list in full below…


8 – Stoke City (A)
15 – Bournemouth (H)
22 – Arsenal (A)
29 – West Ham United (H)


12 – Manchester United (A)
19 – Norwich City (H)
26 – Aston Villa (H)


3 – Everton (A)
17 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
24 – Southampton (H)
31 – Chelsea (A)


7 – Crystal Palace (H)
21 – Manchester City (A)
28 – Swansea City (H)


5 – Newcastle United (A)
12 – West Bromwich Albion (H)
19 – Watford (A)
26 – Leicester City (H)
28 – Sunderland (A)


2 – West Ham United (A)
12 – Arsenal (H)
16 – Manchester United (H)
23 – Norwich City (A)


2 – Leicester City (A)
6 – Sunderland (H)
13 – Aston Villa (A)
27 – Everton (H)


1 – Manchester City (H)
5 – Crystal Palace (A)
12 – Chelsea (H)
19 – Southampton (A)


2 – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
9 – Stoke City (H)
16 – Bournemouth (A)
23 – Newcastle United (H)
30 – Swansea City (A)


7 – Watford (H)
15 – West Bromwich Albion (A)

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