When are the Premier League’s marquee games going to start?
The Premier League has confirmed that all its marquee fixtures will be played in 2018, and will also include a season-long extension of the All-Star game.
The move was made to give more fans time to watch the game, but also for the clubs and the fans to plan ahead for a new season.
The league has already announced its 2018 schedule, with all its fixtures and fixtures for the Premier Leagues World Cup and Champions League to be played from 2019.
The World Cup kicks off in 2023 and the Champions League in 2022.
It will also see the 2018-19 season, as well as a 2026-27 campaign.
The new format means that clubs will have to start planning for a longer season, which could lead to the league having more games to fill its schedule.
The move means that the Premier Liggers World Cup will be held in the United Arab Emirates, and the new format is likely to see a significant increase in the number of games played.
“The Premier League remains committed to supporting our fans by providing them with the best possible matchday experience,” said Gareth Snell, CEO of the Premier Sports Commission.
“The new All-Stars match will be the first in the Premier Clubs Series to be televised live on BT Sport and the All Stars match will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports and the BBC World Service.” “
The new fixture system will see all the top teams in the top three divisions play four matches in one weekend, starting with the Premier Championship at Wembley Stadium. “
The new All-Stars match will be the first in the Premier Clubs Series to be televised live on BT Sport and the All Stars match will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports and the BBC World Service.”
The new fixture system will see all the top teams in the top three divisions play four matches in one weekend, starting with the Premier Championship at Wembley Stadium.
With the World Cup just around the corner, the fixture system is likely a big reason why the new fixture format will take longer to develop, according to Football League boss Nigel Pearson.
“[The] fixtures will have an impact on the season, it’s going to take time to work out, but it will be significant for the game,” Pearson told the BBC.
“I think it’s a fantastic start, and I think it’ll give the game an even greater focus.”
There will also no longer be the two-week summer break, which will be introduced in 2019.
It will be a long summer for fans, but a great summer for the league.
A lot of the new fixtures will not be televised, with the World Cups and Champions Leagues being played in separate weeks.
This will be partly down to the size of the crowds, which are likely to be smaller in the summer months.
Premier League owners are also hoping that the new home kit will be able to be sold during the summer, but there will be no way of knowing for sure.
For the fans, there will still be a lot of Premier League football in 2018.
While the Premier Cup and Premier League Cup will not change, the League Cup, the Club World Cup, and other domestic competitions will not play at the same level.
Fans will be looking forward to the World cup, which opens in 2018 and sees the biggest international football tournament in the world.
“We are excited for the 2019-20 season and the first major tournament of the year to start,” said Pearson.
“There will be plenty of action in the coming months, as the Premier league looks to build on the progress made last season, and to prepare for a busy season in 2020.”
It’s going be an exciting season to watch and I’m confident that our fans will see an increased number of Premier Leaguers in action and will get a fantastic experience.