The vast majority of matches were played behind closed doors last season, so clubs are excited about welcoming back supporters on a regular basis.
Players, coaches and officials were forced to adjust to a strange and unsettlingly quiet atmosphere at stadiums across the country, which minimised the effect of home advantage.
PREMIER LEAGUE Everything you need to know for the 2021/22 season
After a difficult start, Pep Guardiola’s side found their rhythm, winning 13 consecutive league games to catapult them into top spot.
It was a position they never surrendered from then on, with local rivals Manchester United 12 points adrift in second.
Play-off winners Brentford will be competing in the top flight for the first time since 1947, using their new home, the Brentford Community Stadium.
Here are the 20 Premier League stadiums for the upcoming season:
Arsenal – Emirates Stadium
Aston Villa – Villa Park
Brentford – Brentford Community Stadium
Brighton and Hove Albion – American Express Community Stadium
Burnley – Turf Moor
Chelsea – Stamford Bridge
Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park
Everton – Goodison Park
Leeds United – Elland Road
Leicester City – King Power Stadium
Liverpool – Anfield
Manchester City – Etihad Stadium
Manchester United – Old Trafford
Newcastle United – St. James’ Park
Norwich City – Carrow Road
Southampton – St. Mary’s
Tottenham Hotspur – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Watford – Vicarage Road
West Ham United – London Stadium
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Molineux Stadium
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