The Premier League season will end on 22 May, meaning it will finish after the FA Cup final for the first time since 2002.
The FA Cup final will be staged on 14 May as Wembley Stadium is hosting the Champions League final on 28 May.
Chelsea will come up against one of their former players in Baggies manager Roberto Di Matteo in their opener.
Next up for the champions will be a trip to Wigan, where they were beaten last season, before Stoke visit Stamford Bridge on 28 August.
Carlo Ancelotti's title holders have to wait until 2 October for their first match against one of last season's top four clubs, when they face Arsenal at home, with the return fixture on Boxing Day.
Chelsea host Manchester United on 18 December, with the two coming together at at Old Trafford on 7 May - the penultimate away fixture for the Blues.
Ian Holloway's Blackpool will know all about the rigours of the top flight by the time they travel to Old Trafford - the visit comes on the final day, giving them a tough end to the campaign on 22 May.
Before the season starts, Chelsea and Manchester United will meet in the FA Community Shield - the traditional curtain-raiser to the new season - at Wembley on Sunday, 8 August.
You can see the full Premier League fixture list here, or fixtures for each English club here.
Opening weekend - Saturday, 14 August
Aston Villa v West Ham Blackburn v Everton Blackpool v Wigan Bolton v Fulham Chelsea v West Brom Liverpool v Arsenal Man Utd v Newcastle Sunderland v Birmingham Tottenham v Man City Wolverhampton v Stoke
Saturday, 21 August
Arsenal v Blackpool Birmingham v Blackburn Everton v Wolverhampton Fulham v Man Utd Man City v Liverpool Newcastle v Aston Villa Stoke v Tottenham West Brom v Sunderland West Ham v Bolton Wigan v Chelsea
Saturday, 28 August
Aston Villa v Everton Blackburn v Arsenal Blackpool v Fulham Bolton v Birmingham Chelsea v Stoke Liverpool v West Brom Man Utd v West Ham Sunderland v Man City Tottenham v Wigan Wolverhampton v Newcastle
NB All fixtures and kick-off times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made.
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