Boxing Day Matches and Schedule 2021/2022: English Premier League
The day after Christmas in the UK is named ‘Boxing Day’ and traditionally there is a full fixture list in the English Premier League. Whilst people are still recovering from the day before, this is one of the most watched days of football. The race for the title is fully underway and teams at this stage will be looking to accumulate as many points as possible.
In last season’s boxing day matches, Liverpool FC, Manchester United, Leicester City, and Tottenham Hotspurs all dropped points in these fixtures. Even Chelsea were handed one of their only defeat by London rivals Arsenal.
It is well-known that the Premier League fixture list around Christmas and New Years is extremely packed with many teams playing 3 /4 games within a 10 day period. If you are looking to attend a Premier League game on Boxing Day, here is the complete list:
A total of 9 games will be played boxing day with the pick of the matches being Liverpool vs Leeds United at Anfield in the early kickoff and Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace in the London derby of the day. Manchester United will travel to St James’ Park to face Newcastle United in the game on the 27th December in a must watch game.
Brighton v Brentford
Burnley v Everton
Liverpool v Leeds United
Manchester City v Leicester City
Newcastle United v Manchester United (27th December 2021)
Norwich City v Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace
West Ham United v Southampton
Wolves v Watford
*Most games will take place as scheduled, however 1 or 2 might change depending on television broadcasters. Full details will be fully updated here on SafeTicketCompare.com. For UK fans watching live on television, the matches of Aston Villa, Chelsea, Brighton, and Bretford will be shown on Sky sports, whereas the rest will be live on BT Sports.
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