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Premier League 2022-23: Teams, Schedule, Dates, and How to watch



Premier League 2022-23: Teams, Schedule, Dates, and How to watch

The time has come for which we have been waiting. The European top five leagues must resume play as the summer break draws to a close. The 2022–23 Premier League season is returning, and the soccer world could not be more thrilled about it. All 20 of the teams’ games will be broadcast on Sling TV in the US. Manchester City is the defending champions going into the new season after winning their second consecutive championship on the final day of the previous campaign. Liverpool hopes to unseat Pep Guardiola’s team once more.

With Mikel Arteta and Thomas Tuchel hoping to have better years with Arsenal and Chelsea, respectively, the new English top-flight season will also bring us, other teams, to watch. In addition, Erik ten Hag will try to revive Manchester United’s glory years as Tottenham’s new manager, Antonio Conte, begins his first full season in charge. Find out all the information you need about the Premier League season here, including the schedule, dates, and teams.

2022-23 Premier League: Teams

Three additional teams have risen from the second tier to the top division since Norwich City, Watford, and Burnley were demoted to the Championship last year. Three teams will make their Premier League comebacks this year: Fulham, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest. The 20 teams who will participate in this competition are as follows:

  • Bournemouth
  • Arsenal
  • Aston Villa
  • Brentford
  • Brighton
  • Crystal Palace
  • Chelsea
  • Everton
  • Fulham
  • Leeds United
  • Leicester
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester City
  • Manchester United
  • Newcastle
  • Nottingham Forest
  • Southampton
  • Tottenham
  • West Ham
  • Wolves

2022-23 Premier League: Schedule & Dates

On Friday, August 5, Crystal Palace will host London rivals Arsenal at Selhurst Park to kick off the 2022–23 Premier League season. Like all other games this season, this one will be televised on Sling TV in the US.

Matchday 1

Friday 5 August

Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal

Saturday 6 August

Fulham vs. Liverpool
AFC Bournemouth vs. Aston Villa
Leeds vs. Wolves
Newcastle vs. Nottingham Forest
Spurs vs. Southampton
Everton vs. Chelsea

Sunday 7 August

Leicester vs. Brentford
Man Utd vs. Brighton
West Ham vs. Man City

Matchday 2

Saturday 13 August

Aston Villa vs. Everton
Arsenal vs. Leicester
Brighton vs. Newcastle
Man City vs. AFC Bournemouth
Southampton vs. Leeds
Wolves vs. Fulham
Brentford vs. Man Utd

Sunday 14 August

Nottingham Forest vs. West Ham
Chelsea vs. Spurs

Monday 15 August

Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace

Matchday 3

Saturday 20 August

Spurs vs. Wolves
Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa
Everton vs. Nottingham Forest
Fulham vs. Brentford
Leicester vs. Southampton
AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal

Sunday 21 August

Leeds vs. Chelsea
West Ham vs. Brighton
Newcastle vs. Man City

Monday 22 August

Man Utd vs. Liverpool

Matchday 4

Saturday 27 August

Southampton vs. Man Utd
Brentford vs. Everton
Brighton vs. Leeds
Chelsea vs. Leicester
Liverpool vs. AFC Bournemouth
Man City vs. Crystal Palace
Arsenal vs. Fulham

Sunday 28 August

Aston Villa vs. West Ham
Wolves vs. Newcastle
Nottingham Forest vs. Spurs

Matchday 5

Tuesday 30 August

Crystal Palace vs. Brentford
Fulham vs. Brighton
Southampton vs. Chelsea
Leeds vs. Everton

Wednesday 31 August

AFC Bournemouth vs. Wolves
Arsenal vs. Aston Villa
Man City vs. Nottingham Forest
West Ham vs. Spurs
Liverpool vs. Newcastle

Thursday 1 September

Leicester v Man Utd

Matchday 6

Saturday 3 September

Everton vs. Liverpool
Brentford vs. Leeds
Newcastle vs. Crystal Palace
Nottingham Forest vs. AFC Bournemouth
Spurs vs. Fulham
Wolves vs. Southampton
Aston Villa vs. Man City

Sunday 4 September

Chelsea vs. West Ham
Brighton vs. Leicester
Man Utd vs. Arsenal

Matchday 7

Saturday 10 September

Fulham vs. Chelsea
AFC Bournemouth vs. Brighton
Leicester vs. Aston Villa
Liverpool vs. Wolves
Southampton vs. Brentford
Man City vs. Spurs

Sunday 11 September

Arsenal vs. Everton
West Ham vs. Newcastle
Crystal Palace vs. Man Utd

Monday 12 September
Leeds vs. Nottingham Forest

Matchday 8

Friday 16 September
Nottingham Forest vs. Fulham

Saturday 17 September

Wolves vs. Man City
Aston Villa vs. Southampton
Brighton vs. Crystal Palace
Everton vs. West Ham
Newcastle vs. AFC Bournemouth
Spurs vs. Leicester

Sunday 18 September

Brentford vs. Arsenal
Man Utd vs. Leeds
Chelsea vs. Liverpool

Matchday 9

Saturday 1 October

AFC Bournemouth vs. Brentford
Arsenal vs. Spurs
Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea
Fulham vs. Newcastle
Leeds vs. Aston Villa
Leicester vs. Nottingham Forest
Liverpool vs. Brighton
Man City vs. Man Utd
Southampton vs. Everton
West Ham vs. Wolves

Matchday 10

Saturday 8 October

AFC Bournemouth vs. Leicester
Arsenal vs. Liverpool
Brighton vs. Spurs
Chelsea vs. Wolves
Crystal Palace vs. Leeds
Everton vs. Man Utd
Man City vs. Southampton
Newcastle vs. Brentford
Nottingham Forest vs. Aston Villa
West Ham vs. Fulham

Matchday 11

Saturday 15 October

Aston Villa vs. Chelsea
Brentford vs. Brighton
Fulham vs. AFC Bournemouth
Leeds vs. Arsenal
Leicester vs. Crystal Palace
Liverpool vs. Man City
Man Utd vs. Newcastle
Southampton vs. West Ham
Spurs vs. Everton
Wolves vs. Nottingham Forest

Matchday 12

Tuesday 18 October

AFC Bournemouth vs. Southampton
Arsenal vs. Man City
Brentford vs. Chelsea
Brighton v Nottingham Forest
Fulham vs. Aston Villa
Leicester vs. Leeds
Crystal Palace vs. Wolves

Wednesday 19 October

Newcastle vs. Everton
Liverpool vs. West Ham
Man Utd vs. Spurs

Matchday 13

Saturday 22 October

Aston Villa vs. Brentford
Chelsea vs. Man Utd
Everton vs. Crystal Palace
Leeds vs. Fulham
Man City vs. Brighton
Nottingham Forest vs. Liverpool
Southampton vs. Arsenal
Spurs vs. Newcastle
West Ham vs. AFC Bournemouth
Wolves vs. Leicester

Matchday 14

Saturday 29 October

AFC Bournemouth vs. Spurs
Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest
Brentford vs. Wolves
Brighton vs. Chelsea
Crystal Palace vs. Southampton
Fulham vs. Everton
Leicester vs. Man City
Liverpool vs. Leeds
Man Utd vs. West Ham
Newcastle vs. Aston Villa

Matchday 15

Saturday 5 November

Aston Villa vs. Man Utd
Chelsea vs. Arsenal
Everton vs. Leicester
Leeds vs. AFC Bournemouth
Man City vs. Fulham
Nottingham Forest vs. Brentford
Southampton vs. Newcastle
Spurs vs. Liverpool
West Ham vs. Crystal Palace
Wolves vs. Brighton

Matchday 16

Saturday 12 November

AFC Bournemouth vs. Everton
Brighton vs. Aston Villa
Fulham vs. Man Utd
Liverpool vs. Southampton
Man City vs. Brentford
Newcastle vs. Chelsea
Nottingham Forest vs. Crystal Palace
Spurs vs. Leeds
West Ham vs. Leicester
Wolves vs. Arsenal

Matchday 17

Monday 26 December

Arsenal vs. West Ham
Aston Villa vs. Liverpool
Brentford vs. Spurs
Chelsea vs. AFC Bournemouth
Crystal Palace vs. Fulham
Everton vs. Wolves
Leeds vs. Man City
Leicester vs. Newcastle
Man Utd vs. Nottingham Forest
Southampton vs. Brighton

Matchday 18

Saturday 31 December

AFC Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace
Brighton vs. Arsenal
Fulham vs. Southampton
Liverpool vs. Leicester
Man City vs. Everton
Newcastle vs. Leeds
Nottingham Forest vs. Chelsea
Spurs vs. Aston Villa
West Ham vs. Brentford
Wolves vs. Man Utd

Matchday 19

Monday 2 January

Arsenal vs. Newcastle
Aston Villa vs. Wolves
Brentford vs. Liverpool
Chelsea vs. Man City
Crystal Palace vs. Spurs
Everton vs. Brighton
Leeds vs. West Ham
Leicester vs. Fulham
Man Utd vs. AFC Bournemouth
Southampton vs. Nottingham Forest

Matchday 20

Saturday 14 January

Aston Villa vs. Leeds
Brentford vs. AFC Bournemouth
Brighton vs. Liverpool
Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace
Everton vs. Southampton
Man Utd vs. Man City
Newcastle vs. Fulham
Nottingham Forest vs. Leicester
Spurs vs. Arsenal
Wolves vs. West Ham

Matchday 21

Saturday 21 January

AFC Bournemouth vs. Nottingham Forest
Arsenal vs. Man Utd
Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle
Fulham vs. Spurs
Leeds vs. Brentford
Leicester vs. Brighton
Liverpool vs. Chelsea
Man City vs. Wolves
Southampton vs. Aston Villa
West Ham vs. Everton

Matchday 22

Saturday 4 February

Aston Villa vs. Leicester
Brentford vs. Southampton
Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth
Chelsea vs. Fulham
Everton vs. Arsenal
Man Utd vs. Crystal Palace
Newcastle vs. West Ham
Nottingham Forest vs. Leeds
Spurs vs. Man City
Wolves vs. Liverpool

Matchday 23

Saturday 11 February

AFC Bournemouth vs. Newcastle
Arsenal vs. Brentford
Crystal Palace vs. Brighton
Fulham vs. Nottingham Forest
Leeds vs. Man Utd
Leicester vs. Spurs
Liverpool vs. Everton
Man City vs. Aston Villa
Southampton vs. Wolves
West Ham vs. Chelsea

Matchday 24

Saturday 18 February

Aston Villa vs. Arsenal
Brentford vs. Crystal Palace
Brighton vs. Fulham
Chelsea vs. Southampton
Everton vs. Leeds
Man Utd vs. Leicester
Newcastle vs. Liverpool
Nottingham Forest vs. Man City
Spurs vs. West Ham
Wolves vs. AFC Bournemouth

Matchday 25

Saturday 25 February

AFC Bournemouth vs. Man City
Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool
Everton vs. Aston Villa
Fulham vs. Wolves
Leeds vs. Southampton
Leicester vs. Arsenal
Man Utd vs. Brentford
Newcastle vs. Brighton
Spurs vs. Chelsea
West Ham vs. Nottingham Forest

Matchday 26

Saturday 4 March

Arsenal vs. AFC Bournemouth
Aston Villa vs. Crystal Palace
Brentford vs. Fulham
Brighton vs. West Ham
Chelsea vs. Leeds
Liverpool vs. Man Utd
Man City vs. Newcastle
Nottingham Forest vs. Everton
Southampton vs. Leicester
Wolves vs. Spurs

Matchday 27

Saturday 11 March

AFC Bournemouth vs. Liverpool
Crystal Palace vs. Man City
Everton vs. Brentford
Fulham vs. Arsenal
Leeds vs. Brighton
Leicester vs. Chelsea
Man Utd vs. Southampton
Newcastle vs. Wolves
Spurs vs. Nottingham Forest
West Ham vs. Aston Villa

Matchday 28

Saturday 18 March

Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace
Aston Villa vs. AFC Bournemouth
Brentford vs. Leicester
Brighton vs. Man Utd
Chelsea vs. Everton
Liverpool vs. Fulham
Man City vs. West Ham
Nottingham Forest vs. Newcastle
Southampton vs. Spurs
Wolves vs. Leeds

Matchday 29

Saturday 1 April

AFC Bournemouth vs. Fulham
Arsenal vs. Leeds
Brighton vs. Brentford
Chelsea vs. Aston Villa
Crystal Palace vs. Leicester
Everton vs. Spurs
Man City vs. Liverpool
Newcastle vs. Man Utd
Nottingham Forest vs. Wolves
West Ham vs. Southampton

Matchday 30

Saturday 8 April

Aston Villa vs. Nottingham Forest
Brentford vs. Newcastle
Fulham vs. West Ham
Leeds vs. Crystal Palace
Leicester vs. AFC Bournemouth
Liverpool vs. Arsenal
Man Utd vs. Everton
Southampton vs. Man City
Spurs vs. Brighton
Wolves vs. Chelsea

Matchday 31

Saturday 15 April

Aston Villa vs. Newcastle
Chelsea vs. Brighton
Everton vs. Fulham
Leeds vs. Liverpool
Man City vs. Leicester
Nottingham Forest vs. Man Utd
Southampton vs. Crystal Palace
Spurs vs. AFC Bournemouth
West Ham vs. Arsenal
Wolves vs. Brentford

Matchday 32

Saturday 22 April

AFC Bournemouth vs. West Ham
Arsenal vs. Southampton
Brentford vs. Aston Villa
Brighton vs. Man City
Crystal Palace vs. Everton
Fulham vs. Leeds
Leicester vs. Wolves
Liverpool vs. Nottingham Forest
Man Utd vs. Chelsea
Newcastle vs. Spurs

Matchday 33

Tuesday 25 April

Everton vs. Newcastle
Leeds vs. Leicester
Nottingham Forest vs. Brighton
Spurs vs. Man Utd
West Ham vs. Liverpool
Wolves vs. Crystal Palace
Aston Villa vs. Fulham

Wednesday 26 April

Chelsea vs. Brentford
Southampton vs. AFC Bournemouth
Man City vs. Arsenal

Matchday 34

Saturday 29 April

AFC Bournemouth vs. Leeds
Arsenal vs. Chelsea
Brentford vs. Nottingham Forest
Brighton vs. Wolves
Crystal Palace vs. West Ham
Fulham vs. Man City
Leicester vs. Everton
Liverpool vs. Spurs
Man Utd vs. Aston Villa
Newcastle vs. Southampton

Matchday 35

Saturday 6 May

AFC Bournemouth vs. Chelsea
Brighton vs. Everton
Fulham vs. Leicester
Liverpool vs. Brentford
Man City vs. Leeds
Newcastle vs. Arsenal
Nottingham Forest vs. Southampton
Spurs vs. Crystal Palace
West Ham vs. Man Utd
Wolves vs. Aston Villa

Matchday 36

Saturday 13 May

Arsenal vs. Brighton
Aston Villa vs. Spurs
Brentford vs. West Ham
Chelsea vs. Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace vs. AFC Bournemouth
Everton vs. Man City
Leeds vs. Newcastle
Leicester vs. Liverpool
Man Utd vs. Wolves
Southampton vs. Fulham

Matchday 37

Saturday 20 May

AFC Bournemouth vs. Man Utd
Brighton vs. Southampton
Fulham vs. Crystal Palace
Liverpool vs. Aston Villa
Man City vs. Chelsea
Newcastle vs. Leicester
Nottingham Forest vs. Arsenal
Spurs vs. Brentford
West Ham vs. Leeds
Wolves vs. Everton

Matchday 38

Sunday 28 May

Arsenal vs. Wolves
Aston Villa vs. Brighton
Brentford vs. Man City
Chelsea vs. Newcastle
Crystal Palace vs. Nottingham Forest
Everton vs. AFC Bournemouth
Leeds vs. Spurs
Leicester vs. West Ham
Man Utd vs. Fulham
Southampton vs. Liverpool

How to watch the 2022–23 Premier League season in the US

Watch all 38 of the matches from each of the 20 teams in the English top division on Sling TV to follow the 2022–23 Premier League season in the US.


Nathan Ake Wiki: Net Worth, Clubs, Salary, Earnings, and Family



Nathan Ake Wiki: Net Worth, Clubs, Salary, Earnings, and Family

Nathan Ake is a professional soccer player who currently plays as a center-back for Manchester City and the Netherlands national team. He began his career at Chelsea, where he made his professional debut in 2012 and spent several seasons playing for the club’s youth and reserve teams. Ake was loaned out to several other clubs, including Reading, Watford, and Bournemouth, before joining Bournemouth on a permanent basis in 2017. In 2020, he returned to Manchester City, where he has become a key player in the team’s defense. Ake is known for his versatility and ability to play as a center-back or left-back and is considered one of the best young defenders in the English Premier League.

Nathan Benjamin Ake was born in The Hague, Netherlands, on February 18, 1995. The defender joined Manchester City in 2020 and, in just two seasons, captured two Premier League championships. During the FIFA World Cup 2022, he was a regular starter for the Oranje. Nathan Ake is a graduate of the Chelsea and Feyenoord development systems. He debuted for Chelsea as a senior in 2012. Before moving to Bournemouth in 2017, he did, however, spend the majority of his time on loans.

Over time, the Dutchman grew into a capable defender who could play both left and center back. Nathan Ake signed a 5-year contract and joined Manchester City in August 2020. With the English giants, he won two league championships in two seasons (2020–21 and 2021–22). A crucial defender for Pep Guardiola’s team has been Nathan Ake. As of 14 games in the 2022–23 Premier League, he had started 7 games. He scored the winning goal in a 3-2 victory over Liverpool in the EFL Carabao Cup 2022–23 to eliminate them and go to the round of eight. Nathan Ake additionally assisted Manchester City in getting to the 2020–21 Champions League final, where they fell to Chelsea 1-0.

2017 saw Nathan Ake make his senior debut for the Netherlands. He participated in every game for the Oranje during the FIFA World Cup 2022, which was coached by Louis van Gaal. In the 3-man backline, Ake was an important defender. After an extra-time draw of 2-2, the Netherlands was eliminated by eventual champion Argentina in the quarterfinals.

Nathan Ake’s earnings, salary, and net worth

Nathan Ake, a defender for Manchester City, has an $11 million net worth. Ake makes £4,680,000 as a player for Manchester City per year. His weekly salary is £90,000. Therefore, it is not surprising that his projected net worth is a comfortable $10 million USD. Nathan Ake joins the elite group of footballers with the highest incomes thanks to this remarkable amount of money. The average professional football player makes an astonishing sum per year, estimated to be approximately 2.3 million USD in pay and bonuses, with a market worth of roughly $30 million USD. The young defender has worked hard to advance and is now among the highest-paid players in the Netherlands.

Nathan Ake uses his earnings to support his young wife, Evita Maria Acaire Barta de Ake, and other responsibilities. Spanish-born artist Maria, who owns her own modeling business and is good friends with the Dutch footballer, was raised in Spain. They were married in the early summer of 2018 and had known one another since before Ake became a professional. Many of the football player’s buddies were shocked by this because he was only 22 at the time.

Nathan Ake still has a long way to go before being regarded as an international star, despite the fact that a sizable percentage of his income comes from his endorsements. It will be intriguing to watch how his wealth grows as a professional football player. His performance for his club and country could greatly increase his financial situation. With the World Cup in full gear, Ake will undoubtedly get a lot of exposure in the upcoming months, boosting his notoriety and wealth even more.

Contract and Transfer

In August 2020, Nathan Ake moved to Manchester City from Bournemouth and signed a 5-year deal. At the conclusion of the 2024–25 season, on June 30, 2025, his current contract will be up. Each season, Ake will receive a salary of £4.68 million.

Ake’s Salary per Season:

2024-25Man City£4.68 million
2023-24Man City£4.68 million
2022-23Man City£4.68 million
2021-22Man City£4.68 million
2020-21Man City£4.68 million
2019-20Bournemouth £2.08 million
2018-19Bournemouth £2.08 million

Nathan Ake’s wife and family

The lovely Kaylee Ramman is Ake’s wife. Kaylee and Nathan, long-term lovers, share. In 2011, they began dating, and by 2020, they were engaged. In 2022, the couple exchanged vows. Moise Ake, Nathan Ake’s father, is Ivorian, and Ineke Telder, his mother, is Dutch.

Quick Facts

Full NameNathan Benjamin Ake
Current ClubManchester City  
Shirt No.6
Date of Birth18 February 1995
Age 27
Height 180 cm (5′ 11″)
BirthplaceThe Hague, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Net Worth$11 million
Weekly Salary£90,000
Relationship StatusMarried  
Spouse   Kaylee Ramman
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Chelsea are said to be competing with Manchester United and Liverpool for the signature of forward Nico Williams



Chelsea are said to be competing with Manchester United and Liverpool for the signature of forward Nico Williams

Chelsea are said to be competing with Manchester United and Liverpool for the signature of forward Nico Williams

It has been reported that Manchester United and Liverpool will face competition from Chelsea in their pursuit of the services of Athletic Bilbao attacker Nico Williams. Atlético Bilbao’s 20-year-old forward has started 14 of the team’s 15 competitive games this season, during which he has contributed four goals and four assists. His talents for both club and nation have piqued the curiosity of a number of the biggest clubs in Europe, and he has already made an appearance off the bench in both of Spain’s opening two World Cup group games.

A recent rumor suggested that Manchester United and Liverpool were mulling over a move, and it is thought that Juventus are also evaluating the possibility of making a trade. Football London says that Chelsea will likely enter the competition to sign the young player, whose current contract is about to end in 18 months.

According to the report, Chelsea has been impressed by the Spain international and may be persuaded to make an approach during the transfer window that will open in January. It is reported that Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in signing Williams, and any club that is interested in signing Williams has the option of triggering his €50 million (£43 million) release clause.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been suspended for two matches and fined £50,000 by the Football Association



Cristiano Ronaldo has been suspended for two matches and fined £50,000 by the Football Association

The Football Association punished Cristiano Ronaldo for his behavior after Manchester United’s 1-0 Premier League loss to Everton with a two-game suspension and a £50,000 fine. The 37-year-old participated in the entire 90 minutes of the game at Goodison Park, which Anthony Gordon’s goal in the first half decided. At the conclusion of the game, as he was making his way down the tunnel, Ronaldo was shoved in the direction of a fan’s cellphone, which he dropped on the ground. After the incident, the Portugal international apologized on social media and agreed to a warning from the police. However, the FA has now punished him after an investigation.

“It’s never easy to deal with emotions in difficult moments such as the one we are facing.” “Nevertheless, we always have to be respectful, patient, and set the example for all the youngsters who love the beautiful game,” he wrote on Instagram after the incident.

“I would like to apologize for my outburst and, if possible, I would like to invite this supporter to watch a game at Old Trafford as a sign of fair play and sportsmanship.”

If Ronaldo ever plays in the Premier League again, he will be required to pay a £50,000 fine and serve a two-game suspension. The forward’s contract with Manchester United was terminated on Monday, according to a club announcement. This was done after the club learned of the forward’s incendiary TalkTV interview with Piers Morgan.

“Cristiano Ronaldo has been suspended for two matches, fined £50,000, and warned as to his future conduct for a breach of FA Rule E3,” read a statement from the FA.

“The forward admitted that his conduct after the final whistle of the Premier League game between Manchester United FC and Everton FC on Saturday, April 9, 2022, was improper.”

“An independent Regulatory Commission found that his conduct was both improper and violent during a subsequent hearing and imposed these sanctions.”

The attacker, who is presently with the Portugal team at the 2022 World Cup, has recently been linked to Newcastle United. The former Sporting Lisbon youth can join a new club with the intention of playing in January, and Chelsea is another English team rumored to be mulling a move for Ronaldo. In 16 games for Manchester United this season, Ronaldo has only scored three goals, with his lone Premier League strike coming last month against Everton.

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