Swansea City fixtures: Barclays Premier League 2014-15 campaign
18th June 2014
Swansea City will kick off their 2014-15 Barclays Premier League campaign at Old Trafford against Louis van Gaal's Manchester United on Saturday, August 16.
The Swans, who faced United on the opening day of last season at the Liberty, will provide the first opponents for van Gaal, who will take up his position at Old Trafford following Holland's exploits at the World Cup in Brazil.
The Swans' first home game of the campaign is against newly-promoted Burnley, with Sean Dyche's side arriving at the Liberty on Saturday, August 23.
Monk and co finish off the month with another home fixture as West Brom - who appointed Alan Irvine as head coach last week - come to SA1.
The festive fixtures see the Swans at home on Boxing Day with Aston Villa providing the opposition, while a trip to Liverpool follows two days later.
Then, on New Year's Day, the Swans visit newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers, who returned to the top flight after a dramatic Championship Play-Off final win over Derby County.
And the final month of fixtures see four games in May, starting with a home game with Stoke City.
A trip to Arsenal follows before the final home game of the season against defending champions Manchester City.
The season ends with a trip to Selhurst Park to face Tony Pulis' Crystal Palace on Sunday, May 24.
Please note, fixtures are subject to change to broadcast selection, while supporters should note matches can be pushed back a day due to opponents' potential commitments in European competition. Any changes will be confirmed on our website when finalised.
The first batch of matches selected for television purposes, covering the August-November period, are due to be made on June 21.
Swansea City: Barclays Premier League fixtures 2014-15
Sat, Aug 16: Manchester United A
Sat, Aug 23: Burnley H
Wed, Aug 27: Capital One Cup 2
Sat, Aug 30: West Bromwich Albion H
Sat, Sep 13: Chelsea A
Sat, Sep 20: Southampton H
Wed, Sep 24: Capital One Cup 3
Sat, Sep 27: Sunderland A
Sat, Oct 4: Newcastle United H
Sat, Oct 18: Stoke City A
Sat, Oct 25: Leicester City H
Wed, Oct 29: Capital One Cup 4
Sat, Nov 1: Everton A
Sat, Nov 8: Arsenal H
Sat, Nov 22: Manchester City A
Sat, Nov 29: Crystal Palace H
Tue, Dec 2: Queens Park Rangers H
Sat, Dec 6: West Ham United A
Sat, Dec 13: Tottenham Hotspur H
Wed, Dec 17: Capital One Cup 5
Sat, Dec 20: Hull City A
Fri, Dec 26: Aston Villa H
Sun, Dec 28: Liverpool A
Thu, Jan 1: Queens Park Rangers A
Sat, Jan 3: FA Cup 3
Sat, Jan 10: West Ham United H
Sat, Jan 17: Chelsea H
Wed, Jan 21: Capital One Cup Semi-Final (1)
Sat, Jan 24: FA Cup 4
Wed, Jan 28: Capital One Cup Semi-Final (2)
Sat, Jan 31: Southampton A
Sat, Feb 7: Sunderland H
Tue, Feb 10: West Bromwich Albion A
Sat, Feb 14: FA Cup 5
Sat, Feb 21: Manchester United H
Sat, Feb 28: Burnley A
Sun, Mar 1: Capital One Cup Final
Wed, Mar 4: Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat, Mar 7: FA Cup 6
Sat, Mar 14: Liverpool H
Sat, Mar 21: Aston Villa A
Sat, Apr 4: Hull City H
Sat, Apr 11: Everton H
Sat, Apr 18: Leicester City A (FA Cup Semi-Final)
Sat, Apr 25: Newcastle United A
Sat, May 2: Stoke City H
Sat, May 9: Arsenal A
Sat, May 16: Manchester City H
Sun, May 24: Crystal Palace A
Sat, May 30: FA Cup Final