West Ham fixtures for the 2022/23 Premier League season were released at 9am this morning.
The Hammers qualified for European football for the second consecutive season after our seventh placed finish in the Premier League table last term.
David Moyes has done a magnificent job since taking over at the London Stadium for the second time in December 2019.
The West Ham fixtures for the 2022/23 have been highly anticipated since the last campaign finished!
The Hammers fans are hoping that with some real investment and ambition from the board, Moyes can take this group of players on to another level next season.
It will be great to take part in a European campaign again next term, although West Ham do face a play-off round before we can qualify for the group stage of the UEFA Europa Conference League.
The draw for the play-off games is being held on Tuesday 2 August 2022, with the two legs being played on Thursday 18 and 25 August. Should West Ham progress through from that play-off, we will face an extremely busy fixture list heading up tot he World Cup in Qatar this winter.
West Ham fixtures announced for 2022/23
The Hammers have an incredibly busy fixture list lying ahead of this season.
Should we qualify from the play-offs and take part in the group stage of the UEFA Europa Conference league, here are the six Premier fixtures that we will face following our exertions on the continent, obtained via Goal:
UECL Matchday 1: 8 September 2022
Premier League fixture Sunday 11th September: Newcastle (h)
UECL Matchday 2: 15 September 2022
Premier League fixture Sunday 18th September: Everton (a)
UECL Matchday 3: 6 October 2022
Premier League fixture Sunday 9th October: Fulham (h)
UECL Matchday 4: 13 October 2022
Premier League fixture Sunday 16th October: Southampton (a)
UECL Matchday 5: 27 October 2022
Premier League fixture Sunday 30th October: Manchester United (a)
UECL Matchday 6: 3 November 2022
Premier League fixture Sunday 6th November: Crystal Palace (h)
That’s a fair mix of fixtures. Three at home and three away. The hardest one of the lot will be Manchester United away but it’s worth remembering that they will be playing in Europe in midweek as well.
It’s all to play for in the 2022/23 season for West Ham the fixtures released this morning gives us an idea of what the real tough periods of the season will be.