Sunderland will open the new Premier League season with a daunting trip to Manchester City and end with another tough away day at Chelsea.
David Moyes’s side have North East derby dates against Middlesbrough on August 20, at the Stadium of Light, and March 11 at the Riverside.
The Black Cats will visit Old Trafford to play Manchester United on Boxing Day and start 2017 with a home tie against Liverpool on January 2.
Premier League Fixtures
December 13 7.45pm Chelsea (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
December 17 3pm Watford (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
December 26 3pm Manchester United (A) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
December 31 3pm Burnley (A) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
January 2 3pm Liverpool (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
January 14 3pm Stoke City (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
January 21 3pm West Bromwich Albion (A) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
January 31 7.45pm Tottenham Hotspur (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
April 1 3pm Watford (A) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
April 4 7.45pm Leicester City (A) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
April 8 3pm Manchester United (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
April 15 3pm West Ham United (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
April 22 3pm Arsenal (A) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
April 29 3pm Bournemouth (H) – Buy Sunderland Tickets
If you have never been to the Stadium of Light, check out our directions below and a seating chart of the ground
Directions To Stadium Of Light
Sunderland’s train station is a 10 to 15-minute walk from the ground. It has excellent links to the national rail network and Metro system, ensuring quick and easy travel to other areas of the region.
When travelling to the match, fans have the choice of arriving at either St. Peter’s or the Stadium of Light metro stations prior to the game.
When leaving the Stadium after the match, supporters travelling southbound towards South Hylton must board at St Peter’s. Supporters heading northbound towards Newcastle must board at the Stadium of Light station.
These restrictions have been put in place to ease congestion and ensure a speedy and safe return journey for all fans.
Bus numbers 2, 3, 4, 12, 13, 15 and 16 all stop within a few minutes’ walk of the Stadium of Light.
All main bus routes across Wearside connect to Sunderland’s main bus station, Park Lane Interchange, which is also within easy walking distance of the stadium.
The Stadium of Light is easily accessible from the A19 and A1. The stadium’s postcode (for Sat Nav) is SR5 1SU. Parking in the immediate area is limited.