THE fixtures for the new Premier League season were unveiled this morning, and for many Leeds United fans across Bradford this was a moment they've been waiting for since the club were crown champions of the EFL Championship.

And as ever, there are key games supporters keep an eye out for, such as the opening day, first home game, Christmas fixtures and matches against the top six -including the old enemy Manchester United.

Here are all the key games for you to note in your diary, but, as Leeds fans know all too well, many of them will no doubt get rescheduled for TV:

Opening match

On the opening weekend it's a baptism of fire for the promoted side, travelling to Premier League champions Liverpool on Saturday, September 12.

First home game

The following week, September 19, Leeds welcome fellow promoted side Fulham to Elland Road. The last time the two sides met - in June - Leeds romped to a 3-0 win.

Christmas & New Year

On Boxing Day, Leeds will be reunited with a number of former players such as Chris Wood and Charlie Taylor when they welcome Burnley to Elland Road.

On December 28, the Peacocks then travel to face fellow promoted side West Bromwich Albion, before heading away to Tottenham Hotspur on January 2.

The Top Six

Liverpool - Home: April 17, Away: September 12

Manchester City - Home: October 3, Away: April 10

Manchester United - Home: April 24, Away: December 19

Chelsea - Home: March 13, Away: December 5

Tottenham - Home:, Away: January 2

Arsenal - Home: November 21, Away: February 13

Yorkshire Derby

Leeds will be reunited with Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United, first facing off at Bramall Lane on September 26. The Blades will then come to Elland Road on April 3.

Last day of the season

Hopefully Leeds will be home and dry by May 23, when they welcome West Bromwich Albion to Elland Road to bring their first season back in the Premier League in 15 years to a close.