The Premier League will resume on Boxing Day, with fans anticipating the start of the holiday fixtures. The Premier League Boxing Day fixtures are shown below.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup will mark the end of top-flight football in England after a long wait. Many of the best players from the Premier League will be competing in Qatar, where Argentina won the tournament.
The Premier League will, however, return on Boxing Day as fans prepare for one of England’s greatest sporting traditions.
Premier League Boxing Day fixtures
A total of seven games will be played on December 26. Two more games will be played on December 27 before Leeds United vs. Manchester City wraps up the Christmas schedule on December 28.
While Manchester United vs. Nottingham Forest and Chelsea vs. AFC Bournemouth will both take place on December 27, this year’s Boxing Day matches are some of the most thrilling in recent memory, with Tottenham starting the day with a trip to Brentford at 12:30.
While the 3pm Blackout would typically prevent fans of the Premier League from watching their team this Boxing Day, Amazon Prime’s right to broadcast the games means that every holiday matchup this Christmas will be accessible via their services.
Because of this, you can watch all seven Boxing Day games online, allowing you to nurse your hangover from Christmas Day from 12:30 with Tottenham vs. Brentford to 20:00 with Arsenal vs. West Ham without getting up from your seat.
26th December 2022
- 12:30 Tottenham – Brentford
- 15:00 Crystal Palace – Fulham
- 15:00 Everton – Wolves
- 15:00 Leicester City – Newcastle United
- 15:00 Southampton – Brighton & Hove Albion
- 17:30 Aston Villa – Liverpool
- 20:00 Arsenal – West Ham
27th December 2022
- 17:30 Chelsea – AFC Bournemouth
- 20:00 Manchester United – Nottingham Forest
28th December 2022
- 20:00 Leeds United – Manchester City