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Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Fixtures announced

Chelsea start their 2014/15 season with a trip to newly promoted Burnley.

Crystal Palace have a difficult away trip to Arsenal, while QPR’s first game back in the Premier League sees them host Hull.

In the Championship, Fulham’s first game after relegation is away to Ipswich.

Meanwhile Brentford’s first game after promotion is a home match versus Charlton.

In League Two, AFC Wimbledon start the season at home to Shrewsbury.

The Football League season starts on the weekend of the 9th of August, while the Premier League starts a week later.

Full list of Chelsea fixtures:
August 16: Burnley (A)
August 23: Leicester (H)
August 30: Everton (A)
September 13: Swansea (H)
September 20: Manchester City (A)
September 27: Aston Villa (H)
October 4: Arsenal (H)
October 18: Crystal Palace (A)
October 25:Manchester United (A)
November 1: Queens Park Rangers (H)
November 8: Liverpool (A)
November 22: West Bromwich Albion (H)
November 29: Sunderland (A)
December 3: Tottenham (H)
December 6: Newcastle (A)
December 13: Hull (H)
December 20: Stoke (A)
December 26: West Ham (H)
December 28: Southampton (A)
January 1: Tottenham (A)
January 10: Newcastle (H)
January 17: Swansea (A)
January 31: Manchester City (H)
February 7: Aston Villa (A)
February 11: Everton (H)
February 21: Burnley (H)
February 28: Leicester (A)
March 3: West Ham (A)
March 14: Southampton (H)
March 21: Hull (A)
April 4: Stoke (H)
April 11: Queens Park Rangers (A)
April 18: Manchester United (H)
April 25: Arsenal (A)
May 2: Crystal Palace (H)
May 9: Liverpool (H)
May 16: West Bromwich Albion (A)
May 24: Sunderland (H)

Full list of Crystal Palace fixtures
August 16: Arsenal (A)
August 23: West Ham (H)
August 30: Newcastle (A)
September 13: Burnley (H)
September 20: Everton (A)
September 27: Leicester (H)
October 4: Hull (A)
October 18: Chelsea (H)
October 25: West Bromwich Albion (A)
November 1: Sunderland (H)
November 8: Manchester United (A)
November 22: Liverpool (H)
November 29: Swansea (A)
December 2: Aston Villa (H)
December 6: Tottenham (A)
December 13: Stoke (H)
December 20: Manchester City (A)
December 26: Southampton (H)
December 28: Queens Park Rangers (A)
January 1: Aston Villa (A)
January 10: Tottenham (H)
January 17: Burnley (A)
January 31: Everton (H)
February 7: Leicester (A)
February 10: Newcastle (H)
February 21: Arsenal (H)
February 28: West Ham (A)
March 3: Southampton (A)
March 14: Queens Park Rangers (H)
March 21: Stoke (A)
April 4: Manchester City (H)
April 11: Sunderland (A)
April 18: West Bromwich Albion (H)
April 25: Hull (H)
May 2: Chelsea (A)
May 9: Manchester United (H)
May 16: Liverpool (A)
May 24: Swansea (H)

Full list of QPR fixtures
August 16: Hull (H)
August 23: Tottenham (A)
August 30: Sunderland (H)
September 13: Manchester United (A)
September 20: Stoke City (H)
September 27: Southampton (A)
October 4: West Ham United (A)
October 18: Liverpool (H)
October 25: Aston Villa (H)
November 1: Chelsea (A)
November 8: Manchester City (H)
November 22: Newcastle United (A)
November 29: Leicester City (H)
December 2: Swansea City (A)
December 6: Burnley (H)
December 13: Everton (A)
December 20: West Bromwich Albion (H)
December 26: Arsenal (A)
December 28: Crystal Palace (H)
January 1: Swansea City (H)
January 10: Burnley (A)
January 17: Manchester United (H)
January 31: Stoke City (A)
February 7: Southampton (H)
February 11: Sunderland (A)
February 21: Hull City (A)
February 28: Tottenham Hotspur (H)
March 3: Arsenal (H)
March 14: Crystal Palace (A)
March 21: Everton (H)
April 4: West Bromwich Albion (A)
April 11: Chelsea (H)
April 18: Aston Villa (A)
April 25: West Ham (H)
May 2: Liverpool (A)
May 9: Manchester City (A)
May 16: Newcastle United (H)
May 24: Leicester City (A)

Full list of Fulham fixtures
August 9: Ipswich (A)
August 16: Millwall (H)
August 20: Wolves (H)
August 23: Derby (A)
August 30: Cardiff (H)
September 13: Reading (A)
September 17: Nottingham Forest (A)
September 20: Blackburn Rovers (H)
September 27: Birmingham City (A)
October 1: Bolton Wanderers (H)
October 4: Middlesbrough (A)
October 18: Norwich (H)
October 21: Rotherham United (A)
October 25: Charlton Athletic (H)
November 1: Wigan Athletic (A)
November 5: Blackpool (H)
November 8: Huddersfield (H)
November 22: Brentford (A)
November 29: Brighton and Hove Albion (A)
December 6: Watford (H)
December 13: Leeds United (A)
December 20: Sheffield Wednesday (H)
December 26: Bournemouth (A)
December 28: Brighton and Hove Albion (H)
January 10: Cardiff City (A)
January 17: Reading (H)
January 24: Nottingham Forest (H)
January 31: Blackburn Rovers (A)
February 7: Birmingham City (H)
February 10: Bolton Wanderers (A)
February 14: Ipswich (H)
February 21: Millwall (A)
February 24: Wolves (A)
February 28: Derby County (H)
March 3: Watford (A)
March 7: Bournemouth (H)
March 14: Sheffield Wednesday (A)
March 18: Leeds United (H)
March 21: Huddersfield Town (A)
April 4: Brentford (H)
April 6: Charlton Athletic (A)
April 11: Wigan Athletic (H)
April 15: Rotherham United (H)
April 18: Blackpool (A)
April 25: Middlesbrough (H)
May 2: Norwich City (A)

Full list of Brentford Fixtures
August 9: Charlton Athletic (H)
August 16: Millwall (A)
August 20: Blackpool (A)
August 23: Birmingham City (H)
August 30: Rotherham United (A)
September 13: Brighton and Hove Albion (H)
September 16: Norwich City (H)
September 20: Middlesbrough (A)
September 27: Leeds United (H)
September 30: Watford (A)
October 4: Reading (H)
October 18: Wigan Athletic (A)
October 21: Sheffield Wednesday (H)
October 25: Bolton Wanderers (A)
November 1: Derby County (H)
November 5: Nottingham Forest (A)
November 8: Millwall (A)
November 22: Fulham (H)
November 29: Wolves (H)
December 6: Huddersfield Town (A)
December 13: Blackburn Rovers (H)
December 20: Cardiff City (A)
December 26: Ipswich Town (H)
December 28: Wolves (A)
January 10: Rotherham United (H)
January 17: Brighton and Hove Albion (A)
January 24: Norwich City (A)
January 31: Middlesbrough (H)
February 7: Leeds United (A)
February 10: Watford (H)
February 14: Charlton Athletic (A)
February 21: Bournemouth (H)
February 24: Blackpool (H)
February 28: Birmingham City (A)
March 3: Huddersfield Town (H)
March 7: Ipswich Town (A)
March 14: Cardiff City (H)
March 17: Blackburn Rovers (A)
March 21: Millwall (H)
April 4: Fulham (A)
April 6: Nottingham Forest (H)
April 11: Derby County (A)
April 14: Sheffield Wednesday (A)
April 18: Bolton Wanderers (H)
April 25: Reading (A)
May 2: Wigan Athletic (H)

Full list of AFC Wimbledon fixtures
August 9: Shrewsbury (H)
August 16: Luton (A)
August 20: Southend (A)
August 23: Hartlepool (H)
August 30: Stevenage (H)
September 6: Carlisle (A)
September 13: Accrington Stanley (A)
September 16: Burton Albion (H)
September 20: Morecambe (H)
September 27: Newport County (A)
October 4: Cheltenham (A)
October 11: Bury (H)
October 18: Wycombe (A)
October 21: Plymouth Argyle (H)
October 25: Tranmere Rovers (H)
November 1: Northampton (A)
November 15: Dagenham & Redbridge (H)
November 22: Oxford United (A)
November 29: Cambridge United (H)
December 13: York City (A)
December 20: Mansfield (H)
December 26: Portsmouth (A)
December 28: Exeter City (H)
January 3: Cambridge United (A)
January 10: Stevenage (A)
January 17: Carlisle (H)
January 24: Accrington Stanley (H)
January 31: Morecambe (A)
February 7: Newport County (H)
February 10: Burton Albion (A)
February 14: Shrewsbury Town (A)
February 21: Luton Town (H)
February 28: Hartlepool (A)
March 3: Southend (H)
March 7: York City (H)
March 14: Exeter City (A)
March 17: Mansfield (A)
March 21: Portsmouth (H)
April 4: Northampton (H)
April 6: Dagenham and Redbridge (A)
April 11: Oxford United (H)
April 14: Plymouth Argyle (A)
April 18: Wycombe (H)
April 25: Bury (A)
May 2: Cheltenham (H)
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