The Premier League has released the fixtures for the 2022/23 season, with West Ham United kicking off their campaign with the daunting task of taking on champions Manchester City on August 7.
The Hammers are currently on a 13-game winless run against Pep Guardiola’s side in the league, dating back to a 2-1 victory in September 2015.
The London outfit visit the City Ground six days later to face newly-promoted Nottingham Forest, before closing out August with a tricky run that sees them go up against Brighton and Hove Albion (H), Aston Villa (A) and Tottenham Hotspur (H) in a 10-day period.
David Moyes’ men picked up 56 points from 38 games last season to finish seventh in the standings, missing out on a place in the Europa League to Manchester United by just one point.
Both sides will lock horns on October 29 when the London outfit travel to Old Trafford aiming to end a run of four consecutive Premier League defeats against the Red Devils.
West Ham welcome Leicester to the London Stadium in their final outing before the break for the FIFA World Cup on November 12 and return to action one month later in a thrilling Boxing Day clash with Arsenal.
The Hammers will take to the pitch for the first time in 2023 when they visit Leeds United on January 2, while back-to-back London derbies against Chelsea and Tottenham await in February.
West Ham, who will feature in the Conference League this season, play their final home game against Leeds United on May 20, eight days before wrapping up their Premier League fixtures with a trip to Leicester.
West Ham United 2022/23 Premier League fixtures
07/08/2022 – Manchester City (H)
13/08/2022 – Nottingham Forest (A)
20/08/2022 – Brighton & Hove Albion (H)
27/08/2022 – Aston Villa (A)
30/08/2022 – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
03/09/2022 – Chelsea (A)
10/09/2022 – Newcastle United (H)
17/09/2022 – Everton (A)
01/10/2022 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)
08/10/2022 – Fulham (H)
15/10/2022 – Southampton (A)
19/10/2022 – Liverpool (A)
22/10/2022 – Bournemouth (H)
29/10/2022 – Manchester United (A)
05/11/2022 – Crystal Palace (H)
12/11/2022 – Leicester City (H)
26/12/2022 – Arsenal (A)
31/12/2022 – Brentford (H)
02/01/2023 – Leeds United (A)
14/01/2023 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)
21/01/2023 – Everton (H)
04/02/2023 – Newcastle United (A)
11/02/2023 – Chelsea (H)
18/02/2023 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
25/02/2023 – Nottingham Forest (H)
04/03/2023 – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)
11/03/2023 – Aston Villa (H)
18/03/2023 – Manchester City (A)
01/04/2023 – Southampton (H)
08/04/2023 – Fulham (A)
15/04/2023 – Arsenal (H)
22/04/2023 – Bournemouth (A)
25/04/2023 – Liverpool (H)
29/04/2023 – Crystal Palace (A)
06/05/2023 – Manchester United (H)
13/05/2023 – Brentford (A)
20/05/2023 – Leeds United (H)
28/05/2023 – Leicester City (A)
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