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Fixture release: All you need to know

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AFC Bournemouth's Premier League fixture list for 2019/20 will be released at 9am BST on Thursday morning (13th June).

Here are the details you need to know for ahead of the big release:

When will the fixtures be out?

All 380 Premier League fixtures, including the 38 Cherries matches, will be announced for the first time at 9am BST on Thursday 13th June.

The best place to get the fixtures the second they're made public is here at afcb.co.uk, with plenty more news and reaction throughout the day across the club's media platforms.

The full fixture list for the 2019/20 season will be available to view on the fixtures and results section of the website.

When does the season start and end?

The 2019/20 Premier League kicks off on the weekend of Saturday 10th August 2019.

The final round of matches will take place on Sunday 17th May 2020.

The mid-season break

In 2019/20 there will also be a mid-season break in the Premier League for the first time.

The break takes place in February across two weeks, but is structured so there are still five Premier League matches on each weekend during the break. This means that the Cherries will play a league match on one of the weekends while having the other weekend off.

As a result of this change, next season's Emirates FA Cup fifth round matches will be played midweek.

Sync the fixtures to your calendar

As with previous seasons, AFC Bournemouth supporters will be able to sync all of the Cherries' fixtures to their calendars.

Once released, the fixtures can be loaded on to Outlook, Hotmail, Apple and Google calendars. 

Simply click the 'Download calendar' button located on the fixtures and results page.

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