From the Cherries' longest trip to their shortest, here's a look a the away day distances to be faced in 2017/18.
Bournemouth's 3,496 miles to travel is the third highest travel distance in the Premier League, only beaten by Swansea (3,894) and newly-promoted Newcastle, who top the table with 4,514 travel miles ahead of them.
Data from The Stats Zone shows the Cherries and the travelling fans will have a decrease in away day distance of close to 300 miles compared to last season.
The Cherries' trip to St James' Park, and the Magpies' visit in the other direction, are the longest trips in the Premier League next season - with Bournemouth heading to the north east on Saturday 4th November.
Eddie Howe's squad will travel an average of 184 miles for each away match.
The Cherries' shortest journey of the season, 32 miles, will be on Saturday 28th April when they play Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.
As well as Newcastle, Huddersfield Town will face their longest trip of the season when they come to Vitality Stadium.
At the other end of the distance table, Leicester City have the shortest cumulative distance to travel at just 2,276 miles, closely followed by West Bromwich Albion (2,302).