The Premier League has released an official statement with respect to the start date of the 2020/2021 season.
The Premier League ends on Sunday before the FA Cup final after a tidious conjested fixtures since the resumption period due to the 100-day brek warranted by the Corona virus global pandemic.
With the EFL also stating that the Championship will begin same weekend as the Premier League, below is an official statement from the Premier League.
“Premier League shareholders today agreed to start the 2020/21 Premier League season on 12 September .
“The final match round of the campaign will take place on 23 May .
“The Premier League will continue to consult the FA and EFL regarding the scheduling of all domestic competitions.”
The UEFA Champions League and Europa League will then continue through August 5th to August 23rd with the final match to be held 3 weeks before the next season is due.
Below are the final fixtures of the English Premier League set to be held on Sunday.
Arsenal vs Watford – 4pm kick-off, Live on Sky Sports Premier League
Burnley vs Brighton – 4pm kick-off, Live on Sky Sports Arena
Chelsea vs Wolves – 4pm kick-off, Live on Sky Sports Football
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham – 4pm kick-off, Live on Sky Sports Action
Everton vs Bournemouth – 4pm kick-off, Live on Sky Sports Golf
Leicester vs Man Utd – 4pm kick-off, Live on Sky Sports Main Event
Newcastle vs Liverpool – 4pm kick-off, Full Time highlights live on Sky Sports Digital
- Source: Premier League.
- See Also: “The award is always for Liverpool,” Guardiola mad about Henderson winning POTY over De Bruyne.
- Man United vs Leicester: That’s a journey for this team, it’s one extra step – Solskjaer
- Celtic striker, Odsonne Edouard likely to replace uncertain Aubameyang
- Chelsea transfer news: Lampard scout Atletico Madrid defender, Jose Giminez
- Former Arsenal manger, Unai Emery gets 3-year deal at Villarreal
- Brandon Williams confident Man United will play Champions League games