The new season is finally upon us and the Premier League released the schedule for the 2018/19 season.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 14, 2018
Of course, the talking point would have been who would we face in our first home game and the answer is Liverpool. We are set to play Fulham at “home”, which is Wembley, on 18 August, while the Reds should be our opponents at our new home on 15 September.
However, we start the season in a familiar note as we travel to St. James’ Park to face Newcastle United and finish off August with a trip to Manchester United.
The first of our charged up London derbies against Chelsea and Arsenal are in quick succession between 24 November and 1 December while we end the season facing Everton at home.
Hopefully, we will be able to do well and finish higher than 3rd from last season. The fans were certainly excited with the release of the fixture list too.
4 – Newcastle United and Tottenham will meet on the opening weekend of a Premier League season for the fourth time, more than any other pairing. Kick-Off. pic.twitter.com/8hNWTM5H9c
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 14, 2018
Decent fixture list for the champions of 2018/19.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) June 14, 2018
Newcastle away first game, water is wet
— Футбол возвращается домой (@THFCWD) June 14, 2018
second game of the season at home…. pic.twitter.com/KHkWYRRelR
— PJ (@paulj86) June 14, 2018
A nice early trip back to Old Trafford for Martial 😏 #COYS
— Kev J. Stewart (@KevJStewart) June 14, 2018
Newcastle away first, again #COYS 💙⚽️
— Ray Gritt (@ray_gritt) June 14, 2018
Title decider April 20th??
— Harry Kane-ye West (@olliewarren5) June 14, 2018
— Alex (@lxd1) June 14, 2018
Kane is definitely scoring in august this time
— Alex (@you_spurs) June 14, 2018
When we will ever not have Newcastle away first game of the season 🙄
— Elena Georgiou (@Elena_Georgiou1) June 14, 2018
So we are lifting the EPL title on 12th of May vs Everton… can’t wait!! #COYS
— Kgosi (@Generalkza) June 14, 2018
— Sam (@KrixOG) June 14, 2018
Not bad fixtures #COYS
— Danny Griffiths (@DannyGriffiths1) June 14, 2018