Liverpool will kick off their 2014-15 Barclays Premier League season with a home clash against Southampton at Anfield after the Reds' fixtures for the new campaign were released today.
Brendan Rodgers' charges will then make successive away trips to reigning champions Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, while a journey to Stoke City awaits in their final match.
The first Merseyside derby of the season against Everton will take place at Anfield on Saturday September 27, with the return clash scheduled for February 7, 2015 at Goodison Park.
Chelsea visit L4 on November 8 and Liverpool host Arsenal on December 20, with the reverse fixtures on May 9 and April 4 respectively; City travel to Merseyside on February 28.
Our opening meeting with Manchester United is arranged for December 13 at Old Trafford, and Rodgers' team will take on their rivals on home soil on March 21.
See below for a full fixture list for the 2014-15 season. Please note that all match dates are subject to change for television coverage and European football commitments, with a definitive schedule to be compiled next week. The first round of broadcast selections will be made later this week.
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2014-15 LFC fixture list
16 - Southampton (H) 23 - Manchester City (A) 30 - Tottenham Hotspur (A)
13 - Aston Villa (H) 20 - West Ham United (A) 24 - Capital One Cup third round 27 - Everton (H)
4 - West Bromwich Albion (H) 18 - Queens Park Rangers (A) 25 - Hull City (H) 29 - Capital One Cup fourth round
1 - Newcastle United (A) 8 - Chelsea (H) 22 - Crystal Palace (A) 29 - Stoke City (H)
2 - Leicester City (A) 6 - Sunderland (H) 13 - Manchester United (A) 17 - Capital One Cup fifth round 20 - Arsenal (H) 26 - Burnley (A) 28 - Swansea City (H)
1 - Leicester City (H) 3 - FA Cup third round 10 - Sunderland (A) 17 - Aston Villa (A) 21 - Capital One Cup semi-final, first leg 24 - FA Cup fourth round 28 - Capital One Cup semi-final, second leg 31 - West Ham United (H)
7 - Everton (A) 10 - Tottenham Hotspur (H) 14 - FA Cup fifth round 21 - Southampton (A) 28 - Manchester City (H)
1 - Capital One Cup final 3 - Burnley (H) 7 - FA Cup quarter-finals 14 - Swansea City (A) 21 - Manchester United (H)
4 - Arsenal (A) 11 - Newcastle United (H) 18 - Hull City (A) 18 - FA Cup semi-finals 25 - West Bromwich Albion (A)
2 - Queens Park Rangers (H) 9 - Chelsea (A) 16 - Crystal Palace (H) 24 - Stoke City (A) 30 - FA Cup final