Mark Hughes will be hoping to improve on last season when he guided his side to a ninth-place finish in the top flight.
Premier League Schedule
December 14 8pm Southampton (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
December 17 3pm Leicester City (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
December 26 3pm Liverpool (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
December 31 3pm Chelsea (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
February 1 8pm Everton (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
February 4 3pm West Bromwich Albion (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
February 11 3pm Crystal Palace (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
February 25 3pm Tottenham Hotspur (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
April 1 3pm Leicester City (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
April 4 7.45pm Burnley (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
April 8 3pm Liverpool (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
April 15 3pm Hull City (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
April 22 3pm Swansea City (A) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
April 29 3pm West Ham United (H) – Buy Stoke City Tickets
If you have never been to the Britannia Stadium, check out our directions below and a seating chart of the ground.
Directions To The Britannia Stadium
Leave the M6 at Junction 15 and take the second exit (straight on) at the first roundabout onto the A500. Exit the A500 at the second slip road and then keep in the right lane for the A50. At the roundabout take the second exit (right) to join the A50 (the Britannia Stadium is signposted and visible on the sky-line to the right).
Once on the A50 take the first exit and head up the bank towards the traffic lights. Turn right at the traffic lights and head over the fly-over. Take the third exit (right) at the first roundabout, the first (left) at the second and the third (right) at the third to reach the stadium.
Take the A50 all the way to Stoke-on-Trent. Take the last turn off on the A50 with the stadium to the left. Go straight on at the first roundabout and right at the second to reach the stadium.
Stoke-on-Trent station is situated on the West Coast Mainline and provides easy access from Manchester, Birmingham, Crewe, Derby and London
Supporters arriving by train on a matchday can take a two-minute walk to Glebe Street in Stoke where buses run to the stadium at regular intervals. Turn right out of the station and take the next right to go under the bridge. Follow the road to the end and turn left, down a bank and into Glebe Street. Buses depart on the left hand side by the St Peter’s Church.