Swansea City fixtures for the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season start at champions Chelsea
17th June 2015
Swansea City will kick off the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League campaign against defending champions Chelsea on Saturday, August 8.
Garry Monk's side will head to Stamford Bridge after the fixtures for the entire season were released this morning.
Following the opening game with Jose Mourinho's league and Capital One Cup holders, the Swans' first home fixture sees Newcastle United visit the Liberty on Saturday, August 15.
The Swans then face North East opposition again in the penultimate game of the month as they travel to Sunderland before signing off August at home to Manchester United.
A busy festive period includes five games in December, starting at the Liberty as Leicester City visit SA1.
A trip to Manchester City follows before back-to-back home games with West Ham (Dec 19) and West Brom on Boxing Day.
Monk's men sign off the year with a trip to Crystal Palace on Monday, December 28.
The Swans will be on their travels for the first game of 2015 as Manchester United plays hosts at Old Trafford on Saturday, January 2.
The Swans's final away fixture will see them take part in the last game to be staged at West Ham's Boleyn Ground before the London club move to their new stadium.
And the season comes to a close with Manchester City's visit to the Liberty on Sunday, May 15.
Swansea City: Barclays Premier League 2015-16 fixtures
Sat, Aug 8: Chelsea (a)
Wed, Aug 12: Capital One Cup rd 1
Sat, Aug 15: Newcastle United (h)
Sat, Aug 22: Sunderland (a)
Wed, Aug 26: Capital One Cup rd 2
Sat, Aug 29: Manchester United (h)
Sat, Sept 5: International fixture
Sat, Sept 12: Watford (a)
Sat, Sept 19: Everton (h)
Wed, Sept 23: Capital One Cup rd 3
Sat, Sept 26: Southampton (a)
Sat, Oct 3: Tottenham Hotspur (h)
Sat, Oct 10: International fixture
Sat, Oct 17: Stoke City (h)
Sat, Oct 24: Aston Villa (a)
Wed, Oct 28: Capital One Cup rd 4
Sat, Oct 31: Arsenal (h)
Sat, Nov 7: Norwich City (a)
Sat, Nov 14: International fixture
Sat, Nov 21: Bournemouth (h)
Sat, Nov 28: Liverpool (a)
Wed, Dec 2: Capital One Cup rd 5
Sat, Dec 5: Leicester City (h)
Sat, Dec 12: Manchester City (a)
Sat, Dec 19: West Ham (h)
Sat, Dec 26: West Brom (h)
Mon, Dec 28: Crystal Palace (a)
Sat, Jan 2: Manchester United (a)
Wed, Jan 6: Capital One Cup semi-final 1st leg
Sat, Jan 9: Emirates FA Cup rd 3
Tue, Jan 12: Sunderland (h)
Sat, Jan 16: Watford (h)
Sat, Jan 23: Everton (a)
Wed, Jan 27: Capital One Cup semi-final 2nd leg
Sat, Jan 30: Emirates FA Cup rd 4
Tue, Feb 2: West Brom (a)
Sat, Feb 6: Crystal Palace (h)
Sat, Feb 13: Southampton (h)
Sat, Feb 20: Emirates FA Cup rd 5
Sat, Feb 27: Tottenham Hotspur (a)
Sun, Feb 28: Capital One Cup Final
Tue, Mar 1: Arsenal (a)
Sat, Mar 5: Norwich (h)
Sat, Mar 12: Bournemouth (a) / Emirates FA Cup rd 6
Sat, Mar 19: Aston Villa (h)
Sat, Mar 26: International fixture
Sat, Apr 2: Stoke City (a)
Sat, April 9: Chelsea (h)
Sat, Apr 16: Newcastle United (a)
Sat, Apr 23: Leicester City (a) / Emirates FA Cup semi-final
Sat, Apr 30: Liverpool (h)
Sat, May 7: West Ham (a)
Sun, May 15 Manchester City (h)
Sat, May 21: Emirates FA Cup Final
Fixtures are subject to change.
Selected televised matches in August and September will be known by approximately June 19.
The October and November matches chosen for television coverage are expected to be announced by July 6.
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