Arsenal’s 2020/21 Premier League fixtures in full

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta (Picture: Getty)

Arsenal will begin their 2020-21 Premier League campaign against newly promoted Fulham at Craven Cottage on September 12.

The Gunners also travel to champions Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United in a tough opening couple of months to the new season.

A mouthwatering Boxing Day clash with bitter rivals Chelsea is another standout encounter in Arsenal’s fixture list, which ends at home to Brighton and Hove Albion on May 23.

Mikel Arteta celebrates with the FA Cup trophy
Arsenal finished last season on a high by winning the FA Cup (Picture: Getty)

Mikel Arteta’s side finished eighth in the top-flight last term – ten points behind fourth-placed Chelsea and 43 behind champions Liverpool.

Another mixed campaign did at least end with some silverware, however, as Arsenal defeated London rivals Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final.

The new, rearranged Premier League campaign will run from Saturday September 12 through to Sunday May 23, 2021.

Next season’s Champions League group stage will get underway on October 20, at the same time as the Europa League’s group stage return.

Wembley will host the Community Shield on Saturday August 29, with the traditional curtain-raiser for the new season seeing Arsenal face Liverpool.

September 2020

Fulham v Arsenal (September 12)

Arsenal v West Ham (September 19)

Liverpool v Arsenal (September 26)

October 2020

Arsenal v Sheffield United (October 3)

Man City v Arsenal (October 17)

Arsenal v Leicester City (October 24)

Man Utd v Arsenal (October 31)

November 2020

Arsenal v Aston Villa (November 7)

Leeds United v Arsenal (November 21)

Arsenal v Wolves (November 28)

December 2020

Spurs v Arsenal (December 5)

Arsenal v Burnley (December 12)

Arsenal v Southampton (December 15)

Everton v Arsenal (December 19)

Arsenal v Chelsea (December 26)

Brighton v Arsenal (December 28)

January 2021

West Brom v Arsenal (January 2)

Arsenal v Crystal Palace (January 12)

Arsenal v Newcastle United (January 16)

Southampton v Arsenal (January 27)

Arsenal v Man Utd (January 30)

February 2021

Wolves v Arsenal (February 2)

Aston Villa v Arsenal (February 6)

Arsenal v Leeds United (February 13)

Arsenal v Man City (February 20)

Leicester City v Arsenal (February 27)

March 2021

Burnley v Arsenal (March 6)

Arsenal v Spurs (March 13)

West Ham v Arsenal (March 20)

April 2021

Arsenal v Liverpool (April 3)

Sheffield United v Arsenal (April 10)

Arsenal v Fulham (April 17)

Arsenal v Everton (April 24)

May 2021

Newcastle United v Arsenal (May 1)

Arsenal v West Brom (May 8)

Chelsea v Arsenal (May 12)

Crystal Palace v Arsenal (May 15)

Arsenal v Brighton (May 23)

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