Chelsea Fixture List 2023/24

Mauricio Pochettino after Chelsea's win against Luton Town.
Mauricio Pochettino after Chelsea’s win against Luton Town. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
Saturday, 2 September 2023
Chelsea15:00Nottingham ForestEPL
Sunday, 17 September 2023
Bournemouth14:00 Chelsea EPL
Saturday, 23 September 2023
Chelsea 15:00Aston VillaEPL
Wednesday, 27 September 2023
Chelsea 19:45Brighton & Hove AlbionCarabao Cup
Monday, 2 October 2023
Saturday, 7 October 2023
Saturday, 21 October 2023
Chelsea17:30 Arsenal EPL
Saturday, 28 October 2023
Saturday, 4 November 2023
Tottenham Hotspur 15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 11 November 2023
Chelsea15:00Manchester City EPL
Saturday, 25 November 2023
Newcastle United15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 2 December 2023
Chelsea15:00 Brighton & Hove AlbionEPL
Wednesday, 6 December 2023
Manchester United20:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 9 December 2023
Everton15:00 Chelsea EPL
Saturday, 16 December 2023
Chelsea15:00 Sheffield UnitedEPL
Saturday, 23 December 2023
Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00ChelseaEPL
Tuesday, 26 December 2023
Chelsea15:00Crystal PalaceEPL
Saturday, 30 December 2023
Luton Town15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 13 January 2024
Wednesday, 31 January 2024
Saturday, 03 February 2024
Chelsea15:00Wolverhampton WanderersEPL
Saturday, 10 February 2024
Crystal Palace15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 17 February 2024
Manchester City15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 24 February 2024
Chelsea15:00Tottenham HotspurEPL
Saturday, 2 March 2024
Saturday, 9 March 2024
Chelsea15:00Newcastle UnitedEPL
Saturday, 16 March 2024
Saturday, 30 March 2024
Wednesday, 3 April 2024
Chelsea15:00Manchester UnitedEPL
Saturday, 6 April 2024
Sheffield United15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 13 April 2024
Saturday, 20 April 2024
Brighton & Hove Albion15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 27 April 2024
Aston Villa15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 5 May 2024
Chelsea15:00West Ham UnitedEPL
Saturday, 11 May 2024
Nottingham Forest15:00ChelseaEPL
Saturday, 19 May 2024

All fixtures are subject to potential change due to European competitions and TV selection

Season Overview:

After the car crash of a season that Chelsea suffered last time around, every single fixture this campaign is ‘one to watch out for’. That said, there is absolutely no doubt that some fixtures are very important in the context of the current season. The Blues have a very young squad and a new manager in Mauricio Pochettino and have not started off the season on the greatest of notes. 2 losses, 1 draw and a solitary win in four Premier League games this season do not inspire much confidence.

Playing Aston Villa and Brighton & Hove Albion in consecutive games is not going to be easy by any stretch of the imagination. Aston Villa have bought very well in the transfer market and that is translating into their performances on the pitch. Meanwhile, the Seagulls are doing exactly what Chelsea want to – trusting youth and building a team where the youngsters are almost always the protagonists.

Chelsea have made some great signings this summer, the most note-worthy of which being Moises Caicedo from Brighton. The likes of Christopher Nkunku, Cole Palmer, Romeo Lavia, and Nicolas Jackson have also joined the club amongst other players. Levi Colwill has returned from his loan spell at the Amex stadium and he looks like a star in the making. The club have also managed to shift out most of the deadwood.

The period between 4th November 2023 and 6th December 2023 could make or break Chelsea’s season. Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Brighton & Hove Albion and Manchester United back-to-back is undoubtedly going to be a difficult time for the Blues and Pochettino will be hoping that his squad settle in by then and start playing the kind of football we all know they are capable of.

Cole Palmer was one of Chelsea's several summer signings, joining from Manchester City (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
Cole Palmer was one of Chelsea’s several summer signings, joining from Manchester City (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The run-in towards the end of the season represents a relatively easy set of fixtures that might help Chelsea towards the end. Assuming that they might be competing for Champions League or Europa League qualification, performing well in these games might help them have the edge over other teams in the race as they might have trickier fixtures lined up during the same period.

Chelsea fans will undoubtedly be hoping the club rises back to the top immediately after the horrendous torture they suffered last year. However, football does not work that way. When we see Pochettino’s Chelsea play, we can see the potential. However, all the chances that they create need to translate into goals. Ultimately, goals win you matches and without winning matches, they cannot aspire to strike high. Let’s see how this current campaign pans out. It definitely cannot go worse than last season but we will hope that it is considerably better.