The World Cup starts tomorrow but before the tournament kick starts with a match between host nation Russia and Saudi, dates for all 380 premier league matches will be revealed with the league campaign running from 11 August to 19 May.
There are 380 Premier League fixtures every season and each one for the coming campaign will be released at 9 am on Thursday, June 14.
Tottenham will have to confirm by Friday whether they will need to use Wembley as their home ground for 2017-18 – for any games next season as it is still not clear if their state-of-the-art £850m new stadium will be available in time for the start of the new season, according to BBC.
Four rounds of Premier League fixtures are scheduled to be played before the first international break, which is over the weekend of 8 and 9 September.
The league resumes on 15 September, before the Champions League group stage begins on September 18.
Manchester City are the reigning champions will defend the Premier League crown, with promoted sides Wolverhampton Wanderers, Fulham and Cardiff City all returning to the Premier League.
Full fixtures for all three divisions of the English Football League will be announced the following week, on Thursday, 21 June.