Premier League pre-season fixtures: All you need to know

Rob Ellis
LiveScore
30/06/202214:30
Eddie Howe's Newcastle will head to Austria and Portugal for their pre-season tour
Eddie Howe's Newcastle will head to Austria and Portugal for their pre-season tour

After two years of scheduling conflicts brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, this summer promises to provide a thrilling set of pre-season fixtures.

The Premier League big boys are all packing their bags for games across the globe, with overseas fans able to see their heroes live for the first time in many months.

We have put together a comprehensive guide to all the key information, meaning you will never miss your team in action.

Arsenal

July 8: FC Nurnberg (Max-Morlock-Stadion, Nuremberg)

July 16: Everton (M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore)

July 20: Orlando City (Exploria Stadium, Orlando)

July 23: Chelsea (Camping World Stadium, Orlando)

July 30: Sevilla (Emirates Stadium)

Aston Villa

July 9: Walsall (Bescot Stadium)

July 17: Leeds (Suncorp Stadium, Queensland)

July 20: Brisbane Roar (Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Queensland)

July 23: Manchester United (Optus Stadium, Perth)

July 30: Stade Rennais (Roazhon Park, France)

Bournemouth

July 23: Bristol City (Vitality Stadium)

July 30: Real Sociedad (Vitality Stadium)

Brentford

July 9: Boreham Wood (Meadow Park)

July 16: Stuttgart (Friedrichshafen, Germany)

July 23: Wolfsburg (Volkswagen Arena, Wolfsburg)

July 26: Brighton (American Express Elite Football Performance Centre)

July 30: Real Betis (Brentford Community Stadium)

Brighton

July 9: Union Saint-Gilloise (American Express Elite Football Performance Centre)

July 23: Reading (Madejski Stadium)

July 26: Brentford (American Express Elite Football Performance Centre)

July 30: Espanyol (Amex Stadium)

Chelsea

July 16: Club America (Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas)

July 20: Charlotte FC (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte)

July 23: Arsenal (Camping World Stadium, Orlando)

Thomas Tuchel will take his Chelsea team to the United States this summer
Thomas Tuchel will take his Chelsea team to the United States this summer

Crystal Palace

July 2: Accrington Stanley (Academy Ground)

July 9: Millwall (Academy Ground)

July 15: Liverpool (National Stadium, Singapore)

July 19: Manchester United (MCG, Melbourne)

July 22: Leeds (Optus Stadium, Perth)

July 30: Montpellier (Selhurst Park)

Everton

July 16: Arsenal (M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore)

July 20: Minnesota United (Allianz Field, Minnesota)

July 24: Blackpool (Bloomfield Road)

Fulham

July 16: Nice (Estadio Algarve, Faro)

July 17: Benfica (Estadio Algarve, Faro)

July 24: Estoril (Estadio Antonio Coimbra da Mota)

July 31: Villarreal (Craven Cottage)

Leeds

July 7: Blackpool (LNER Stadium, York)

July 14: Brisbane Roar (Cbus Super Stadium)

July 17: Aston Villa (Suncorp Stadium, Queensland)

July 22: Crystal Palace (Optus Stadium, Perth)

July 31: Cagliari (Elland Road)

Leicester

July 9: Notts County (LCFC Training Ground, Seagrave)

July 16: Leuven (Den Dreef Stadium, Leuven)

July 23: Preston (Deepdale)

July 23: Derby (Pride Park)

July 31: Sevilla (King Power Stadium)

Liverpool

July 12: Manchester United (Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok)

July 15: Crystal Palace (National Stadium, Singapore)

July 21: RB Leipzig (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig)

July 27: FC Salzburg (Red Bull Arena, Austria)

July 30: Manchester City (King Power Stadium)

July 31: Strasbourg (Anfield)

Manchester City

Erling Haaland could make his Manchester City debut against Club America in Houston
Erling Haaland could make his Manchester City debut against Club America in Houston

July 20: Club America (NRG Stadium, Houston)

July 23: Bayern Munich (Lambeau Field, Green Bay)

July 30: Liverpool (King Power Stadium)

Manchester United

July 12: Liverpool (Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok)

July 15: Melbourne Victory (MCG, Melbourne)

July 19: Crystal Palace (MCG, Melbourne)

July 23: Aston Villa (Optus Stadium, Perth)

July 30: Atletico Madrid (Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo)

July 31: Rayo Vallecano (Old Trafford)

Newcastle

July 9: Gateshead (Newcastle United Training Centre)

July 15: 1860 Munich (SaalfeldenArena Burgerau)

July 18: Mainz (Kufstein Arena)

July 26: Benfica (Estadio da Luz, Lisbon)

July 29: Atalanta (St James' Park)

July 30: Athletic Bilbao (St James' Park)

Nottingham Forest

July 8: Coventry (Pinatar Arena, Murcia)

July 12: Burton (Pirelli Stadium)

July 16: Barnsley (Oakwell)

July 20: Hertha Berlin (Pirelli Stadium)

July 23: Union Berlin (Stadion An der Alten Forsterei)

Southampton

July 18: Klagenfurt (Worthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt)

July 23: Watford (Grosvenor Vale)

July 30: Villarreal (St Mary's)

Tottenham

Heung-Min Son will travel to his homeland of South Korea this summer as part of Tottenham's pre-season tour
Heung-Min Son will travel to his homeland of South Korea this summer as part of Tottenham's pre-season tour

July 13: Team K League (Seoul World Cup Stadium, Coupang Play Series)

July 16: Sevilla (Seoul World Cup Stadium, Coupang Play Series)

July 23: Rangers (Ibrox)

July 30: Roma (Sammy Ofer Stadium, I-Tech Cup)

West Ham

July 12: Ipswich (Portman Road)

July 12: Boreham Wood (Meadow Park)

July 16: Reading (Select Car Leasing Stadium)

July 19: Rangers (Ibrox)

July 23: Luton (Kenilworth Road)

July 30: Lens (Stade Bollaert-Delelis)

Wolves

July 20: Deportivo Alaves (Camilo Cano Stadium)

July 23: Besiktas (Camilo Cano Stadium)

July 30: Sporting (Estadio Algarve)

July 31: Farense (Estadio Sao Luis)

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