Liverpool will begin the 2023-24 Premier League season with an away fixture against Chelsea.
The Reds start the new campaign on Sunday August 13 with a trip to Stamford Bridge for a 4.30pm BST kick-off that will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.
An Anfield clash with AFC Bournemouth and away game at Newcastle United follow in the opening month.
A home meeting with Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday May 19 is how Jürgen Klopp’s men will conclude their league schedule.
See Liverpool's full 2023-24 Premier League fixture list below.
Please note, all dates and times are subject to change for broadcast purposes and scheduling of European matches.
Sunday 13th, 4.30pm – Chelsea (A)
Saturday 19th, 3pm – Bournemouth (H)
Saturday 26th, 3pm – Newcastle United (A)
Saturday 2nd, 3pm – Aston Villa (H)
Saturday 16th, 3pm – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)
Saturday 23rd, 3pm – West Ham United (H)
Saturday 30th, 3pm – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
Saturday 7th, 3pm – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)
Saturday 21st, 3pm – Everton (H)
Saturday 28th, 3pm – Nottingham Forest (H)
Saturday 4th, 3pm – Luton Town (A)
Saturday 11th, 3pm – Brentford (H)
Saturday 25th, 3pm – Manchester City (A)
Saturday 2nd, 3pm – Fulham (H)
Tuesday 5th, 7.45pm – Sheffield United (A)
Saturday 9th, 3pm – Crystal Palace (A)
Saturday 16th, 3pm – Manchester United (H)
Saturday 23rd, 3pm – Arsenal (H)
Tuesday 26th, 3pm – Burnley (A)
Saturday 30th, 3pm – Newcastle United (H)
Saturday 13th, 3pm – Bournemouth (A) *This fixture is subject to change to the weekend of January 20th as part of the league's mid-season break.
Wednesday 31st, 8pm – Chelsea (H)
Saturday 3rd, 3pm – Arsenal (A)
Saturday 10th, 3pm – Burnley (H)
Saturday 17th, 3pm – Brentford (A)
Saturday 24th, 3pm – Luton Town (H)
Saturday 2nd, 3pm – Nottingham Forest (A)
Saturday 9th, 3pm – Manchester City (H)
Saturday 16th, 3pm – Everton (A)
Saturday 30th, 3pm – Brighton & Hove Albion (H)
Wednesday 3rd, 8pm – Sheffield United (H)
Saturday 6th, 3pm – Manchester United (A)
Saturday 13th, 3pm – Crystal Palace (H)
Saturday 20th, 3pm – Fulham (A)
Saturday 27th, 3pm – West Ham United (A)
Saturday 4th, 3pm – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
Saturday 11th, 3pm – Aston Villa (A)
Sunday 19th, 4pm – Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)