LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, May 18, 2024: Liverpool's Andy Robertson during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC at Anfield. Liverpool won 2-0. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Liverpool FC fixtures season 2024/25: Man United the New Year opponent

The Premier League fixtures for season 2024/25 have been released, giving supporters a rough idea of when Liverpool FC will be playing.

It also provides Arne Slot with a roadmap for his debut campaign in England, with a tough run-in seeing consecutive games against Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal.

Of course, all games are subject to change after television selections and following European dates – with the Reds returning to the Champions League this season – so the fixtures provide more of a guide than a definitive exact day.

Some, we know are locked in, such as the opening game away to Ipswich on August 17, and the final game at home to Crystal Palace on May 25.

The rest, we can expect plenty of movement when TV picks are made throughout the season.

Here are the Liverpool FC fixtures for season 2024/45:


17th: Ipswich Town (a)
24th: Brentford (h)
31st: Man United (a)


14th: Nottingham Forest (h)
21st: Bournemouth (h)
28th: Wolves (a)


5th: Crystal Palace (a)
19th: Chelsea (h)
26th: Arsenal (a)


2nd: Brighton (h)
9th: Aston Villa (h)
23rd: Southampton (a)
30th: Man City (h)


4th: Newcastle (a)
7th: Everton (a)
14th: Fulham (h)
21st: Tottenham (a)
26th: Leicester City (h)
29th: West Ham (a)

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, December 17, 2023: Liverpool's Darwin Núñez (R) during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Anfield. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)


4th: Man United (h)
14th: Nottingham Forest (a)
18th: Brentford (a)
25th: Ipswich Town (h)


1st: Bournemouth (a)
15th: Wolves (h)
22nd: Man City (a)
26th: Newcastle (h)


8th: Southampton (h)
15th: Aston Villa (a)


2nd: Everton (h)
5th: Fulham (a)
12th: West Ham (h)
19th: Leicester City (a)
26th: Tottenham (h)


3rd: Chelsea (a)
10th: Arsenal (h)
18th: Brighton (a)
25th: Crystal Palace (h)