Albion will kick off their sixth season in the Premier League with a high-profile fixture against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
It will be new United manager Erik ten Hag’s first game in charge and will take place on Sunday 7 August, live on Sky Sports.
Albion’s opening home game is against Newcastle United on August 13, and they face Leeds United at the Amex a fortnight later following the first trip of the season to London against West Ham United.
There are three midweek rounds of fixtures with Albion heading to Fulham on Tuesday 30 August. They also face another of the newly promoted teams, Nottingham Forest, in midweek at the Amex on October 18 before heading to the City Ground on April 25.
Our games against the other promoted club Bournemouth take place at the Vitality Stadium on September 10 and February 4 at the Amex.
Albion’s last game before the six-week World Cup break is at home to Aston Villa on November 12. The campaign resumes on Boxing Day at Southampton and Albion face Arsenal on New Year’s Eve before beginning 2023 at Everton on January 2.
Albion’s eagerly-anticipated games against Crystal Palace are scheduled for September 17 at the Amex and February 11 at Selhurst Park.
April is the busiest month with six matches and includes successive away trips to Spurs and Chelsea before the visit of champions Manchester City.
The season concludes with a trip to Villa Park on Sunday 28 May.
The full fixture list can be found here.
All fixtures dates are subject to change due to any opponents involved in the Europa League or Europa Conference League.