Jose Mourinho’s first Premier League game in charge of Manchester United will be away at Bournemouth.
United, who appointed Mourinho to succeed Louis van Gaal, have been handed the long trip to the south coast on the opening weekend of the top-flight campaign.
Leicester City start their title defence with a visit to Hull City who won promotion via the Championship play-off final.
Pep Guardiola starts competitive life as Manchester City boss with a home game against Sunderland, while Chelsea – under the stewardship of Antonio Conte – have a London derby with West Ham United.
One of the stand-out games in the opening set of Premier League fixtures is Arsenal’s clash with Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium.
Newly-promoted Burnley kick-off against Swansea City at Turf Moor, with Middlesbrough at home to Stoke City.
Everton, who appointed Ronald Koeman as manager this week, welcome Tottenham to Goodison Park.
Southampton host Watford at St Mary’s and Crystal Palace are at home to West Bromwich Albion.
The Premier League season starts on the weekend of August 13.
Mourinho and Guardiola will meet on the touchline on September 10 when United meet City at Old Trafford.
On October 22, Mourinho takes United to Stamford Bridge to face his former club Chelsea.
The Football League’s fixture list is released on June 22, with their season starting on the weekend of August 6.