Fulham Premier League fixtures: full schedule, dates, times, predictions for the 2022/23 EPL season
After winning the Championship last season in dazzling fashion, Fulham will be looking to bring their goalscoring prowess back into the English top flight.
There are, however, many concerns over the club’s defense as the Whites return to the Premier League.
They netted an incredible 106 goals in 46 league appearances last season, with striker Aleksandar Mitrovic setting himself a league record with 43 goals. However, the back line proved to be elusive on the stretch and gave fans flashbacks to the last two Premier League campaigns, both of which have been calamitous at the back.
Fulham have oscillated between the Premier League and the Championship for five consecutive seasons, either up or down with each successive campaign. They will look to finish above the bottom three of the Premier League for the first time since 2012-13, the year before relegation ended the club’s 13-year run in the top flight.
Fulham Premier League fixtures 2022/23
The 2022/23 Fulham fixtures will be released on Thursday June 16 at 9am BST (4am ET). In addition to the nearly month-long FIFA World Cup break (November 14 to December 18), there will be two FIFA international breaks: September 19-27, 2022 and March 20-28, 2023 .
According a report in the Timesa total of 16 Premier League matchdays will be played before the FIFA World Cup break, and the remaining 22 after the World Cup.
In order to squeeze in 16 Premier League matchdays before the World Cup, there will need to be two midweek rosters. A midweek in August (August 31 would make more sense to avoid early season fixture congestion and potential injuries) and another on October 19 are the available slots.
Two midweek dates after the World Cup will also be needed given the two FA Cup weekends in January. If the Premier League maintains its tradition of three matchdays around the festive season, January 4 could be an option. The other most likely slot would be either February 8 or May 3, given other competitions and FIFA’s late March break. Last season, the Premier League played midweek in February, leaving May open for rescheduled matches.
The Sporting News will bring you all the matches below as soon as they’re published on Thursday, June 16 at 9am BST (4am ET).
|Match||Date||Opponent||Far from home||Time
|1||Sat. August 6||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|2||Sat 13 August||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|3||Sat 20 August||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|4||Sat 27 August||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|5||Wed 31 Aug||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|6||Sat 3 Sep||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|seven||Sat 10 Sep||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|8||Sat 17 Sep||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|9||Sat 1 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|ten||Sat 8 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|11||Sat 15 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|12||Wed 19 Oct||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|13||Sat 22 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|14||Sat 29 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|15||Sat 5 Nov||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|16||Sat 12 Nov||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|17||Mon 26 Dec||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|18||Sat 31 Dec||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|19||Wed 4 Jan||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|20||Sat 14 Jan||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|21||Sat 21 Jan||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|22||Sat 4 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|23||Wed 8 February||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|24||Sat 11 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|25||Sat 18 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|26||Sat 25 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|27||Sat. March 4||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|28||Sat 11 March||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|29||Sat 18 March||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|30||Sat. April 1||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|31||Sat 8 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|32||Sat 15 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|33||Sat 22 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|34||Sat 29 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|35||Sat. May 6||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|36||Sat 13 May||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|37||Sat 20 May||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|38||Sun May 28||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
Fulham TV Channels, Live Streams
|TV channel||Sky Sports, BT Sports||USA Network, Telemundo, Universo||—||—|
|Diffusion||NOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon Prime||fuboTVPeacock||fuboTV||Optimus Sports|
UK: Matches are shown on the Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with selected matches on Amazon Prime.
UNITED STATES: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the games are broadcast on the NBC Peacock platform for subscribers.
Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.
Australia: Australian fans can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport.
Fulham in FA Cup, Carabao Cup
Fulham won at least one game in each of the domestic Cup competitions last season but ultimately fell to Premier League opponents in both.
A home penalty shoot-out loss to Leeds United saw them exit the EFL Cup in the third round in early October. This year, this competition starts soon, with an August start. Fulham will take part in the second round, which takes place at the end of August.
Manchester City presented an obviously tough FA Cup draw, leading to an eventual 4-1 defeat for Fulham in January. The FA Cup returns in early November this coming season, with Fulham entering the third round, which takes place in early January.
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2022/23 FA Cup dates
Premier League clubs that reach the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the FA Cup will have to reschedule their league fixtures these weekends.
- First round: Nov. 5-6 (Sat-Sun)
- Second turn: Nov. 26-27 (Sat-Sun)
- Third Round (Rd of 64): Jan 7-8 (Sat-Sun)
- Round of 16: Jan 28-29 (Sat-Sun)
- Round of 16: February 28-March 1 (Tuesday-Wednesday)
- Quarter-finals: March 18-19 (Sat-Sun)
- Semi-finals: April 22-23 (Sat-Sun)
- Final: Sat, June 3
2022/23 Carabao Cup Dates
All Carabao Cup matches will be played in the middle of the week, with the exception of the final on Sunday February 26.
- First round: August 9-11
- Second turn: August 23-25
- Round of 16: November 8-10
- Round of 16: December 20-22
- Quarter-finals: January 10-12
- Semi-finals: Jan 24-26 (Stage 1), Jan 31-Feb 2 (Step 2)
- Final: Sun 26 February
Fulham Premier League projection and odds
Fulham’s odds reflect their status as one of the newly promoted Premier League teams. Punters remember the end of Fulham’s last two trips to the English top flight, and the Whites are unlikely to stay in the league.
As Mitrovic gets a shoutout for the league’s top scorer at +3320 on Sports interactionsthe club’s outlook is otherwise bleak.
|SkyBet (UK)||DraftKings (USA)||Sports interactions
|Top 4 odds||80/1||+6500||To be determined|
|Top 10 odds||8/1||+750||To be determined|
|Relegation odds||5/4||+120||To be determined|
Fulham’s best and worst Premier League result
Since Fulham’s first season in the Premier League in 2001/02, they finished seventh, in the 2008/09 campaign. That season’s league finish was key to the club’s history, as it qualified them for the UEFA Europa League, where they would eventually qualify for the final and come just a Diego Forlan winner of extra time after having lifted the trophy.
During that season, Clint Dempsey and Andy Johnson shared the team’s top scorer mark in the Premier League with seven goals each. It included a home win against London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham, as well as victories at Craven Cottage against both Manchester clubs.
While Fulham have never finished last in the Premier League, the Whites have been relegated three times, finishing 19th twice. They were fired in 2013/14, finishing second from bottom, as 32 points were only above Cardiff City’s 30. That season, they had the worst goal difference in the league, as an incredible 85 goals conceded resulted in a -45 differential.
They were relegated again in 2018/19 in 19th place, again conceding over 80 goals and finishing with just 26 points, only better than the 16 points collected by Huddersfield Town.