Aberdeen start their Scottish Premiership against reigning champions Celtic live on Sky Sports on July 31.
Jim Goodwin’s side, who finished 10th last season, follow a visit to St Mirren in Pittodrie on Saturday 6 August following their trip to Celtic Park.
The Dons then host St Mirren on August 13 before traveling to St Johnstone on August 20.
Aberdeen’s last game before the winter break for Qatar 2022 is a home game against Dundee United on November 12.
Rangers travel to Pittodrie in the final game before their split on April 22. Aberdeen’s first game against Rangers is also a home game on September 10 before they travel to Ibrox on October 29.
After their opening game at Celtic Park, the Dons meet the champions in Pittodrie on December 17 following the resumption of the Scottish Premiership before returning to Celtic Park on February 18.
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Aberdeen’s 2022/23 Scottish Premiership fixtures
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31: Celtic (a) – live on Sky Sports
6: St Mirren (h)
13: Mother Well (h)
20: St Johnstone (a)
27: Livingston (h)
3: Rossland (a)
10: Rangers (h)
17: Hibernian (a)
1: Kilma skirt (h)
8: Dundee United (a)
15: Hearts (h)
22: Mother Well (a)
29: Rangers (a)
5: Hibernian (h)
9: Livingston (a)
12: Dundee United (a)
17: Celtic (h)
24: St Mirren (a)
28: Kilmarock (a)
2: Ross County (h)
7: St Johnstone (h)
14: Hearts (a)
28: Hibernian (a)
1: St Mirren (h)
4: Mother Well (a)
18: Celtic (a)
25: Livingston (h)
4: Dundee United (a)
18: Hearts (a)
1: St Johnstone (a)
8: Kilma skirt (h)
15: Ross County (a)
22: Ranger (h)
data after the breakup
Important dates for the 2022/23 season
That Scottish Premiership The season starts on the weekend of 30./31. July.
It will take a mid-season hiatus to accommodate the first winter World Championshipthe weekend of 12./13. November paused before the weekend of 17/18. December will be continued.
The season ends on the weekend of 27./28. May.
That Premier Sports Cup Final will take place on Sunday February 26th during the appointment for the Scottish Cup Final has yet to be confirmed.
That Europa League Final will be played in Budapest on May 31, the Europa Conference League final will be in Prague and the on June 7th Champions League Final is scheduled for June 10 in Istanbul.
Doncaster: It promises to be another exciting season
SPFL boss Neil Doncaster expects another ‘enthralling’ season of Scottish Premiership football, live Sky Sports.
“We’ve had a really positive relationship with Sky for many, many years. It’s been a great partnership, we’ve seen the audience grow in terms of viewership Sky Sports in recent years and I think a big part of that is the partnership and the way we’ve developed that partnership with Sky.
“We are very grateful for the support Sky continues to provide to the whole Scottish game and we look forward to it Sky Sports exclusively present the cinch Premiership live again next season.
“There’s a lot to look forward to and part of that is indeed women’s football.
“Next season, the top two divisions of the women’s league will come under the purview of the SPFL and we’re really excited about that.
“I think it’s an extremely exciting development in football in Scotland. We’ve seen the growth of women’s football around the world and we want to be a part of it.
“It has been very much club driven and we are confident that we can offer whatever support we can to maximize the potential that undoubtedly exists in women’s football in Scotland.”
“We wanted to do it right with VAR”
Video assistant referees will be introduced in the Scottish Premier League from the middle of the new season.
All 42 clubs in the Scottish Professional Football League voted 41 in favor on the proposal and the technology will be implemented after December’s World Cup in Qatar.
Doncaster said: “We didn’t want to be early adopters of this technology. We’ve seen some of the teething problems its introduction caused in some other leagues, so we were keen to make sure we used lessons learned from those leagues before we implemented it in Scotland.
“We are not quite ready to start at the start of the season but working with the Scottish FA we are very confident that VAR will start later in the season and hopefully garner less controversy than we may have seen lately seasons.
“It’s a difficult task for referees to have, so I’m sure any support they can have will be appreciated.”
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