The club provided the entire season's schedule:
Chelsea finished the 2017-18 season fifth, 30 points behind title winners Manchester City.
The west London outfit will also feature in the UEFA Europa League, Europe's second-tier tournament.
In 2016-17, Chelsea won the title without any European competition to distract them. But in 2015-16, they finished 10th and struggled as defending champions.
Chelsea lost their opening league match of last season to Burnley, who finished seventh, at Stamford Bridge. They were also only able to take 12 points from a possible 30 in their 10 matches against top-six rivals.
Chelsea's first meeting with defending champions City in 2018-19—who they lost to home and away last term—is not until December 8 at Stamford Bridge.
Pep Guardiola's side will go into next term as strong favourites to lift the title again after they blitzed the league last season and amassed 100 points.