Fixtures: Liverpool begin with trip to West Brom

on 18 June, 2012

The Premier League fixtures for season 2012/13 have been published this morning, with Liverpool beginning away to West Bromwich Albion.

The Baggies are now managed by former Liverpool assistant manager Steve Clarke. The match will take place on the weekend of August 18th.

Brendan Rodgers faces a tough start to life as Liverpool manager, with Man City, Arsenal and Man United in the first three Anfield games of the campaign.

Liverpool finish the season at home to QPR, with a Merseyside derby at the start of May.

The Reds face Stoke City away on Boxing Day, and host Sunderland on New Years Day.

Elsewhere, Merseyside rivals Everton start the season at home to Man United.

Before the Premier League season begins, Liverpool will face Europa League third round qualifiers in what will be Brendan Rodgers’ first competitive games. They will take place on August 2nd and 9th, with the draw for that made on July 20th. (Find all our dates for the summer here).

LFC Fixtures at a glance – 2012/13

Opening game: West Brom (away)
Last game: QPR (home)
Boxing day: Stoke City (away)
New Years’ Day: Sunderland (home)
Merseyside derbies: Away – Oct 27th // Home – May 4th
Man United: Home – Sept 22 // Away – Jan 12th

LFC Fixtures in full – 2012/13


18 West Brom (A)
25 Manchester City (H)


1 Arsenal (H)
15 Sunderland (A)
22 Manchester United (H)
29 Norwich City (A)


6 Stoke City (H)
20 Reading (H)
27 Everton (A)


3 Newcastle United (H)
10 Chelsea (A)
17 Wigan Athletic (H)
24 Swansea City (A)
27 Tottenham (A)


1 Southampton (H)
8 West Ham (A)
15 Aston Villa (H)
22 Fulham (H)
26 Stoke City (A)
29 QPR (A)


1 Sunderland (H)
12 Manchester United (A)
19 Norwich City (H)
29 Arsenal (A)


2 Manchester City (A)
9 West Brom (H)
23 Swansea City (H)


2 Wigan Athletic (A)
9 Tottenham (H)
16 Southampton (A)
30 Aston Villa (A)


6 West Ham (H)
13 Reading (A)
20 Chelsea (H)
27 Newcastle United (A)


4 Everton (H)
12 Fulham (A)
19 QPR (H)

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