Norwich City begin their return to the top flight of English football with a trip to Champions League winners Liverpool on Friday 9 August following their Premier League fixtures


It couldn't be a much tougher start for the Canaries, who were promoted as champions from the Sky Bet Championship last season after a sensational season under Daniel Farke.

Aston Villa v Norwich City - Sky Bet Championship

Norwich also travel to ​Manchester City on the final day of the season as England's top two clubs act as bookends to the promoted side's campaign, while ​Liverpool and ​Chelsea await in their opening five games.


A kind of run of fixtures in December could prove pivotal as only one of the so called 'top six' await - Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham on December 28.


West Ham and Burnley will travel to Carrow Road for the final two home games to be played in Norfolk next season, with a trip to Chelsea proceeding the final day test at the Etihad Stadium.


Norwich City 2019/20 Premier League Fixture List:


Friday 9 August - Liverpool (A)

Saturday 17 August - Newcastle (H)

Saturday 24 August - Chelsea (H)

Saturday 31 August - West Ham United (A)


Saturday 14 September - Manchester City (H)

Saturday 21 September - Burnley (A)

Saturday 28 September - Crystal Palace (A)


Saturday 5 October - Aston Villa (H)

Saturday 19 October - Bournemouth (A)

Saturday 26 October - Manchester United (H)


Saturday 2 November - Brighton (A)

Saturday 9 November - Watford (H)

Saturday 23 November - Everton (A)

Saturday 30 November - Arsenal (H)

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Wednesday 4 December - Southampton (A)

Saturday 7 December - Sheffield United (H)

Saturday 14 December - Leicester (A)

Saturday 21 December - Wolves (H)

Thursday 26 December - Aston Villa (A)

Saturday 28 December - Tottenham (H)


Wednesday 1 January - Crystal Palace (H)

Saturday 11 January - Manchester United (A)

Saturday 18 January - Bournemouth (H)

Wednesday 22 January - Tottenham (A)


Saturday 1 February - Newcastle (A) 

Saturday 8 February - Liverpool (H)

Saturday 22 February - Wolves (A) 

Saturday 29 February - Leicester (H)


Saturday 7 March - Sheffield United (A)

Saturday 14 March - Southampton (H)

Saturday 21 March - Everton (H)

Saturday 4 April - Arsenal (A)

Saturday 11 April - Brighton (H)

Saturday 18 April - Watford (A)

Saturday 25 April - West Ham (H)


Saturday 2 May - Chelsea (A)

Saturday 9 May - Burnley (H)

Sunday 17 May - Manchester City (A)


Dates & times are subject to change due to yet to be confirmed TV broadcast scheduling.