Burnley will kick off the new Premier League season at home to Southampton on Saturday, August 10. 

The 2019/20 campaign sees the Clarets open up against the same opposition as last year – only this time at Turf Moor.

The first away game brings a trip to Arsenal on Saturday, August 17 with Sean Dyche’s side at Wolves on August 24 in a game that could be moved back a day if the Molineux club are still in the Europa League.

The first month of the campaign ends with Champions League winners Liverpool coming to town on August 31.

The festive season starts with a trip to Bournemouth on Saturday, December 21 with the Clarets at Goodison Park to face Everton on Boxing Day before Manchester United visit Turf Moor on December 28.

Another home game comes on New Year’s Day with Aston Villa the visitors.

New for the coming season is matches being split evenly across two weekends on February 8 and 15 as part of a winter break with the Clarets playing their return fixture at Southampton on either of those dates.

It means sides get a fortnight between one of two games with Burnley having home games against Arsenal on February 1 and Bournemouth on February 22.  

The season finishes at Turf Moor against Brighton on Sunday, May 17.

All games are subject to change as they could be moved for TV coverage.  

Find the full fixtures below... 

Sat Aug 10 Southampton H
Sat Aug 17 Arsenal A
Sat Aug 24 Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Sat Aug 31 Liverpool H
Sat Sep 14 Brighton and Hove Albion A
Sat Sep 21 Norwich City H
Sat Sep 28 Aston Villa A
Sat Oct 5 Everton H
Sat Oct 19 Leicester City A
Sat Oct 26 Chelsea H
Sat Nov 2 Sheffield United A
Sat Nov 9 West Ham United H 
Sat Nov 23 Watford A
Sat Nov 30 Crystal Palace H 
Tue Dec 3 Manchester City H
Sat Dec 7 Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat Dec 14 Newcastle United H
Sat Dec 21 Bournemouth A
Thu Dec 26 Everton A
Sat Dec 28 Manchester United H
Wed Jan 1 Aston Villa H
Sat Jan 11 Chelsea A
Sat Jan 18 Leicester City H
Tue Jan 21 Manchester United A
Sat Feb 1 Arsenal H
Sat Feb 8/15 Southampton A 
Sat Feb 22 Bournemouth H
Sat Feb 29 Newcastle United A
Sat Mar 7 Tottenham Hotspur H
Sat Mar 14 Manchester City A
Sat Mar 21 Watford H 
Sat Apr 4 Crystal Palace A
Sat Apr 11 Sheffield United H
Sat Apr 18 West Ham United A 
Sat Apr 25 Liverpool A
Sat May 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Sat May 9 Norwich City A
Sun May 17 Brighton and Hove Albion H