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Ahead of the 2021-22 season, Tottenham hired the services of Nuno Espírito Santo. However four months into work, Tottenham sacked Nuno Espírito Santo due to the club's existence in the premier league title race and league cups. Later on, Antonio Conte was hired. With him in charge, Spurs snatched the final champions league spot from Arch nemesis Arsenal. For 2022-23, Many have expectations from Conte to win the league. According to Tottenham Premier League fixtures, the Spurs will host Southampton at home in their first match.
Tottenham Previous season summary
After a shaking start at the beginning under Nuno, Tottenham was finally able to achieve a Champions League place. With the last few weeks' performances, expectations are high among Tottenham supporters ahead of the first full season under manager Antonio Conte.
Tottenham finished 4th after Conte joined in winter and guide the team. The Italian boss won a league title at his last three club stops (Inter Milan, Chelsea, and Juventus) and Spurs now know their path to a potential title challenge in 2022-23.
However, their involvement in the UEFA Champions League will make for a busier and more challenging season. Although Conte is prepared for it. Hence squad has already been fortified during the transfer window. Spurs will have an addition of Croatian international Ivan Perisic and talk of several other incoming players.
Tottenham Premier League fixtures
It's been 15 years since the Spurs last won a trophy (the 2008 League Cup). With Antonio Conte in charge, the Spurs have an absolute chance to win a silverware soon.
In the very first league match, Tottenham will host Southampton in their first league match at home. Tottenham 2022-23 fixtures were released on Thursday, June 16. In addition to the near month-long break for the FIFA World Cup, there will be two FIFA international breaks:
- Sept. 19-27, 2022
- March 20-28, 2023.
A total of 16 Premier League matchdays will be played before the FIFA World Cup break and the remaining 22 following the World Cup.
Tottenham Premier League fixtures 2022-23
|1||6 August||Southampton||H||3 p.m.|
|2||13 August||Chelsea||A||3 p.m.|
|3||20 August||Wolves||H||3 p.m.|
|4||27 August||Nottingham Forest||A||3 p.m.|
|5||30 August||West Ham||A||7.45 p.m.|
|6||3 September||Fulham||H||3 p.m.|
|7||10 September||Manchester City||A||3 p.m.|
|8||17 September||Leicester City||H||3 p.m.|
|9||1 October||Arsenal||A||3 p.m.|
|10||8 October||Brighton||A||3 p.m.|
|11||15 October||Everton||H||3 p.m.|
|12||19 October||Manchester United||A||8 p.m.|
|13||22 October||Newcastle United||H||3 p.m.|
|14||29 October||Bournemouth||A||3 p.m.|
|15||5 November||Liverpool||H||3 p.m.|
|16||12 November||Leeds United||H||3 p.m.|
|17||26 December||Brentford||A||3 p.m.|
|18||31 December||Aston Villa||H||3 p.m.|
|19||2 January||Crystal Palace||A||3 p.m.|
|20||14 January||Arsenal||H||3 p.m.|
|21||21 January||Fulham||A||3 p.m.|
|22||4 February||Manchester City||H||3 p.m.|
|23||11 February||Leicester City||A||3 p.m.|
|24||18 February||West Ham||H||3 p.m.|
|25||25 February||Chelsea||H||3 p.m.|
|26||4 March||Wolves||A||3 p.m.|
|27||11 March||Nottingham Forest||H||3 p.m.|
|28||18 March||Southampton||A||3 p.m.|
|29||1 April||Everton||A||3 p.m.|
|30||8 April||Brighton||H||3 p.m.|
|31||15 April||Bournemouth||H||3 p.m.|
|32||22 April||Newcastle United||A||3 p.m.|
|33||25 April||Manchester United||H||7.45 p.m.|
|34||29 April||Liverpool||A||3 p.m.|
|35||6 May||Crystal Palace||H||3 p.m.|
|36||13 May||Aston Villa||A||3 p.m.|
|37||20 May||Brentford||H||3 p.m.|
|38||28 May||Leeds United||A||4 p.m.|