The Premier League 2024/25 season dates have been confirmed, with the campaign starting on 17 August 2024, 90 days after the 2023/24 Premier League concluded on 19 May. The final match round of the 2024/25 season will be played on 25 May 2025, when all matches will kick off simultaneously as usual.
Why is there a 2 week break in Premier League?
First agreed in 2018 by the Premier League, The FA and EFL, the two-week period was designed to help combat the congested fixture calendar and to improve player welfare.
Is there a winter break in Premier League 2023?
For just the second time ever, there will be a winter break in 2023-24, which will see clubs have at least a 10-day period without a game. The pause first occurred in the 2019-20 season, when one matchday was split across two weekends in February 2020, allowing each of the 20 teams to have a weekend off.
Is the Premier League on hiatus?
Will there be a winter break in the 2023-24 season? Yes, there will! It has returned after the 2022 World Cup impacted the 2022-23 season schedule. There will be a 'mid-season player break' of Premier League action with one matchweek (Matchweek 21) split across the weekends of January 13-20.
How long is Premier League winter break?
As it did before, the Premier League winter break will be staggered over two weeks in January, in between the third and fourth rounds of the FA Cup. Half of teams will have no fixture on the weekend of 13-14 January, while the other half will be off for the weekend of 20-21 January.
What date does Premier League restart?
The Premier League 2023/24 season dates have been confirmed, with the campaign starting on Friday 11 August 2023. The final match round of the campaign will be played on Sunday 19 May 2024, when all matches will kick off simultaneously as usual.