Brighton & Hove Albion will face Watford at Vicarage Road on the opening day of the 2018/19 Premier League season.
The Seagulls will begin their second consecutive season in the top flight against Javi Gracia’s men on Saturday 11th August, before hosting Manchester United at the Amex Stadium a week later.
Chris Hughton’s side will then travel to Anfield to face Liverpool in their final game of August, before beginning September by hosting Fulham on the south coast on Saturday 1st September.
Albion then visit St Mary’s to face Southampton two weeks later, before Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City provide the opposition for the remaining two games of the month.
Matches against West Ham United, Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers make up October, and the Seagulls will then face Everton at Goodison Park in their first match of November.
Newly-promoted Cardiff City host Albion a week later on Saturday 10th November, before a home game against Leicester City rounds off the month.
The Christmas period throughout December sees the side travel to the John Smith’s Stadium to face Huddersfield Town on the first day of the month, before hosting Crystal Palace three days later and travelling to Turf Moor to face Burnley on Saturday 8th December.
Chelsea, AFC Bournemouth, Arsenal and Everton provide the rest of the month’s opposition, with the game against Unai Emery’s men coming on Boxing Day at the Amex.
The new calendar year begins with a trip to face West Ham United at the London Stadium, before Liverpool visit the Amex on Saturday 12th January. Hughton and the team visit Old Trafford to face Manchester United a week later, before January ends with a trip to Craven Cottage to face Fulham.
Back-to-back home games kick off February as the Seagulls will face both Watford and Burnley, before trips to Stamford Bridge and the King Power Stadium to face Chelsea and Leicester City end the second month of 2019.
March also sees Albion begin the month at home, this time against Huddersfield Town, before Crystal Palace, Cardiff City and Southampton make up the remainder of the matches for the Seagulls.
The penultimate month of the season begins with an away game against Tottenham Hotspur, and Eddie Howe’s AFC Bournemouth side will make the short trip along the south coast seven days later. A trip to Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers is on Saturday 20th April, and the month ends with a home game against Newcastle United.
The final two matches of the season in May see Albion travel to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal on Saturday 4th May, before the 2018/19 season ends with a game against reigning champions Manchester City at the Amex.
With the Seagulls welcoming four of the top six to the Amex before Christmas, Albion supporters are encouraged to purchase membership ahead of the 2018/19 season to give themselves a better chance of securing tickets.
Manchester United are the first visitors to the Amex next season - so visit seagullstickets.com to secure your membership for Albion's second season in the Premier League.
A full list of Albion’s fixtures for the 2018/19 campaign can be found below:
Saturday 11th August - Watford (A)
Saturday 18th August - Manchester United (H)
Saturday 25th August - Liverpool (A)
Saturday 1st September - Fulham (H)
Saturday 15th September - Southampton (A)
Saturday 22nd September - Tottenham Hotspur (H)
Saturday 29th September - Manchester City (A)
Saturday 6th October - West Ham United (H)
Saturday 20th October - Newcastle United (A)
Saturday 27th October - Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)
Saturday 3rd November - Everton (A)
Saturday 10th November - Cardiff City (A)
Saturday 24th November - Leicester City (H)
Saturday 1st December - Huddersfield Town (A)
Tuesday 4th December – Crystal Palace (H)
Saturday 8th December – Burnley (A)
Saturday 15th December – Chelsea (H)
Saturday 22nd December – AFC Bournemouth (A)
Wednesday 26th December – Arsenal (H)
Saturday 29th December – Everton (H)
Tuesday 1st January – West Ham United (A)
Saturday 12th January – Liverpool (H)
Saturday 19th January – Manchester United (A)
Tuesday 29th January – Fulham (A)
Saturday 2nd February – Watford (H)
Saturday 9th February – Burnley (H)
Saturday 23rd February – Chelsea (A)
Tuesday 26th February – Leicester City (A)
Saturday 2nd March – Huddersfield Town (H)
Saturday 9th March – Crystal Palace (A)
Saturday 16th March – Cardiff City (H)
Saturday 30th March – Southampton (H)
Saturday 6th April – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
Saturday 13th April – AFC Bournemouth (H)
Saturday 20th April – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)
Saturday 27th April – Newcastle United (H)
Saturday 4th May – Arsenal (A)
Sunday 12th May – Manchester City (H)
All fixtures are subject to change, with the TV selection dates for August and September announced in early July.