May 30, 2023

When is the final day of the 2022/23 Premier League season?

The final day of a Premier League season is always entertaining; the top prize can be claimed and relegation avoided as teams play concurrently on the campaign’s final matchday.

Clubs in England’s top flight can secure placings up and down the table with positive results on the final weekend, which is set to take place at the end of May. The anomaly of a winter World Cup disrupted proceedings but an early opening weekend was used to even things out.

Here’s what you need to know about the final day of the Premier League season in 2022/23.

All 20 Premier League teams will play at 16:30 BST on Sunday 28 May. All games are played at the same time to ensure matches can’t be influenced by results at earlier or later times.


Arsenal vs Wolves

Aston Villa vs Brighton

Brentford vs Manchester City

Chelsea vs Newcastle

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest

Everton vs Bournemouth

Leeds vs Tottenham

Leicester vs West Ham

Manchester United vs Fulham

Southampton vs Liverpool

Arsenal and Manchester City have been the two sides battling for the Premier League title all season and finish off their campaigns against Wolves at home and Brentford away respectively.

Manchester United and Newcastle look well set for Champions League football and end their seasons against Fulham and Chelsea.

2022/23 let-downs Tottenham and Liverpool take on Leeds and Southampton, two sides firmly threatened by relegation, on the final day.

Television selections are yet to be made for the 38th matchday of the season. They are often influenced by the most dramatic stories in the Premier League heading into the final games, so expect coverage at the top if the title race is still alive or cameras at the bottom if the relegation scrap is still on.

Current Premier League table, top scorers & upcoming fixtures

The full fixture list for the 2022/223 Premier League season was released on 16 June, with the opening game taking place on Friday 5 August as Arsenal won at Crystal Palace.

The early start of the 2022/23 Premier League season was due to the dates of the 2022 World Cup, which took place in Qatar from November to December.

That period is famously hectic in English football but this term games were halted on the weekend of 12/13 November before the World Cup began a little over a week later.

The final saw Argentina beat France on penalties on 18 December before the Premier League returned for its traditional set of Boxing Day and Christmastime fixtures.