Tottenham Hotspur will begin the new Premier League season away at Newcastle United, it has been confirmed.
Mauricio Pochettino's side will move into a redeveloped White Hart Lane stadium next season but it will not be operational until September, meaning that their first official home fixture against Fulham will be played at Wembley on August 18.
Spurs then face consecutive away fixtures - at Manchester United on August 25 and Watford on September 1 - before the first game at the new White Hart Lane, which will see them take on Liverpool on September 15.
The first North London derby with Arsenal will not take place until December 1 at the Emirates, one week after Chelsea visit White Hart Lane. The reverse fixtures against the two London rivals will also take place on consecutive matchdays - February 27 and March 2.
Boxing Day sees Spurs welcome Bournemouth, a few days ahead of the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers, while on New Year's Day the side must travel to Wales to face promoted Cardiff City.
Spurs will face two of last season's top seven during their final nine games - Liverpool away on March 30 and Manchester City away on April 20 - with the final fixture of the campaign a home tie against Everton.