Middlesbrough's first home game of the new Premier League season 2016/17 will be against Stoke City at the Riverside. They'll face Sunderland in the Wear - Tees derby in their first away match on Saturday the 20th of August.
- SAT 13 AUG 2016: Stoke City K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 20 AUG 2016: Sunderland K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 27 AUG 2016: West Bromwich Albion K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 10 SEP 2016: Crystal Palace K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 17 SEP 2016: Everton K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 24 SEP 2016: Tottenham Hotspur K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 01 OCT 2016: West Ham United K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 15 OCT 2016: Watford K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 22 OCT 2016: Arsenal K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT29 OCT 2016: Bournemouth K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 05 NOV 2016: Manchester City K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 19 NOV 2016: Chelsea K.O 15:00 (H)
- SAT 26 NOV 2016: Leicester City K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 03 DEC 2016: Hull City K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 10 DEC 2016: Southampton K.O. 15:00 (A)
- TUE 13 DEC 2016: Liverpool K.O. 19:45 (H)
- SAT 17 DEC 2016: Swansea City K.O. 15:00 (H)
- MON 26 DEC 2016: Burnley K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 31 DEC 2016: Manchester United K.O. 15:00 (A)
- MON 02 JAN 2017: Leicester City K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 14 JAN 2017: WatfordBarclays K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 21JAN 2017: West Ham United K.O. 15:00 (H)
- TUE 31JAN 2017: West Bromwich Albion K.O. 19:45 (H)
- SAT 04 FEB 2017: Tottenham Hotspur K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 11 FEB 2017: Everton K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 25 FEB 2017: Crystal Palace K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 04 MAR 2017: Stoke City K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 11 MAR 2017: Sunderland K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 18 MAR 2017: Manchester United K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 01 APR 2017: Swansea City K.O. 15:00 (A)
- TUE 04 APR 2017: Hull City K.O. 19:45 (A)
- SAT 08 APR 2017: Burnley K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 15 APR 2017: Arsenal K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 22 APR 2017: Bournemouth K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 29 APR 2017: Manchester City K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SAT 0 6MAY 2017: Chelsea K.O. 15:00 (A)
- SAT 13 MAY 2017: Southampton K.O. 15:00 (H)
- SUN 21 MAY 2017: Liverpool K.O. 15:00 (A)
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Sunderland will take on Manchester City in the opening game of the 2016/17 season.
They'll finish the season with another away trip to Chelsea.
Middlesbrough are to take on Stoke at the Riverside in their first Premier League match of 2016.
They'll finish the season with an away game at Liverpool.
The fixtures have just been released for the 2016/17 season.
The new Premier League fixtures are to be revealed this morning (15th June) at 9am.
Sunderland and newly promoted Middlesbrough will find out who they'll face at the start of the new season.
It has already been confirmed that there will be international breaks as England attempt to qualify for the World Cup.
These will be on the following weekends:
- 29 August - 4 September
- 3-15 October
- 7-13 November
- 20-26 March 2017
Middlesbrough will play Aston Villa in their first pre-season friendly ahead of next season's campaign back in the Premier League.
Boro will travel to Villa Park on July 30 to face the home side, who were relegated last season for the first time since 1987. The match is scheduled to kick-off at 3pm.
The club is expected to play at least three more games in pre-season, with those fixtures being announced in due course.
Middlesbrough are understood to be closing in on a £3.8m deal for Ajax winger Viktor Fischer.
It's believed the 21-year-old was allowed to leave an international training camp with Denmark and is expected on Teesside for talks over a possible summer switch to the Riverside.
If the deal goes through, Fischer would be Aitor Karanka's first signing since the club were promoted back to the Premier League.
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92-year-old Middlesbrough fan Alice Morgan had waited a long time to see her team back in the Premier League.
She has not just waited for the past 7 years - she's been supporting the club through all its ups and downs of the 'Boro since she was 15 years old.
She was at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon to see Middlesbrough promoted to the top flight after a 1 all draw with Brighton.
This is what it meant to the hundreds of Middlesbrough fans who celebrated at the final whistle as they were promoted to the Premier League.
These fans were watching the match in the pub in the town centre.