Memorable openers from previous seasons
The Premier League fixtures were announced on Wednesday morning, giving fans plenty to look forward to when the season starts in August.
Previous years have thrown up some memorable openers and Press Association Sport's Simon Lovell looks at eight of them here.
1992: Sheffield United 2 Manchester United 1
This game was not a classic like those below but it did feature the first Premier League goal. Brian Deane scored it, then won it for the hosts from the spot after Mark Hughes had levelled. Fortunes quickly changed though. The Blades were relegated that season, returning for one more campaign in 2006. The other United have not done badly since.. .
1994: Sheffield Wednesday 3 Tottenham 4
This launched what was meant to be a continental new era for Spurs, with Jurgen Klinsmann leading the line after a move from Monaco. He delivered too, scoring and performing one of the Premier League's most memorable celebrations - a dive to live up to his reputation. Despite the German's 21 goals, Spurs could only finish the season seventh.
1996: Middlesbrough 3 Liverpool 3
It was shirts over your head time at the Riverside as Fabrizio Ravanelli marked his Boro debut with a hat-trick. The White Feather took on Liverpool's Spice Boys and nearly came out on top but at the end of the season, despite the Italian's 16 goals, Boro went down.
1996: Wimbledon 0 Manchester United 3
David Beckham' s majestic lob from his own half triggered one of the English game's most celebrated and high-profile careers. Beckham was a well-established prospect before he caught Neil Sullivan napping - but this goal certainly helped him make a name for himself.
2013: Arsenal 1 Aston Villa 3
Boos rang out for Arsene Wenger as Arsenal kicked off the season with an embarrassing home defeat. Christian Benteke scored twice for Villa and the loss had such an impact that the normally cautious Wenger went into the transfer market and splashed out on Mesut Ozil. Arsenal recovered, topped the table for some time and also won the FA Cup.
2014: Burnley 1 Chelsea 3
After a season of transition in Jose Mourinho's first one back, this was Chelsea's chance to show they were ready for a title tilt - and they were. After trailing to a Scott Arfield goal, Diego Costa equalised, Cesc Fabregas brilliantly assisted for Andre Schurrle and Branislav Ivanovic got a third. The Blues went top and stayed there until the end of the campaign.
2016: Hull 2 Leicester 1
Leicester became the first reigning Premier League champions to lose their opening game. N ewly-promoted Hull suffered a chaotic summer, losing boss Steve Bruce and seeing fans protest at the Allam family ownership of the club - but they won this one with goals from Adama Diomande and Robert Snodgrass, either side of R iyad Mahrez's penalty.
2016: Arsenal 3 Liverpool 4
The hosts took the lead through Theo Walcott, who recovered from seeing a penalty saved by Simon Mignolet to score just 69 seconds later. However, Jurgen Klopp's side stormed back as Philippe Coutinho (2), Adam Lallana and Sadio Mane put them 4-1 ahead, before Al ex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Calum Chambers set up an exciting finish to a thrilling game.