Manchester United fixtures 2014-15: Louis Van Gaal handed gentle start to season

Our comprehensive guide to all of the 2014/15 fixtures, plus a detailed look at some of the most important games of the season for your club

After the club's worst season since the turn of the century, Louis van Gaal will lead Manchester United into a new era at Old Trafford hoping to recapture the winning culture around the club.

Here are some of the highlights from Manchester United's fixture list to look out for:

First game

Manchester United will face Swansea City at Old Trafford on the 16th August

Last Game

Manchester United will play against Hull City at the KC Stadium on the 24th May 2015

Games against biggest rivals

Liverpool: 13th December (H), 21st March 2015 (A)

Arsenal: 22 November (H), 16th May 2015 (A)

Chelsea: 25th October (H), 18th April 2015 (A)

Manchester City: 1st November (A), 11 April 2015 (H)

Over the festive period

Manchester United will play over the festive period Newcastle (H) on Boxing Day, Tottenham (A) on 28th December and Stoke (A) on New Year's Day.

Full fixture list:

 

Premier League Fixtures 2014/15 club by club

Arsenal fixtures / Aston Villa fixtures / Burnley fixtures

Chelsea fixtures / Crystal Palace fixtures / Everton fixtures

Hull City fixtures / Leicester City fixtures / Liverpool fixtures

Manchester City fixtures / Manchester United fixtures

Newcastle United fixtures / Queens Park Rangers fixtures

Southampton fixtures / Stoke City fixtures / Swansea City fixtures

Tottenham Hotspur fixtures / West Bromwich Albion fixtures

West Ham United fixtures


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