Monday, September 11, 2023

Premier League pre-season fixtures IN FULL: Dates, kick-off times and locations as Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and co gear up for 2023/24 campaign

The new Premier League season is getting closer and top-flight players are now returning from their deserved summer breaks.

With a World Cup slammed in the middle, it was a gruelling last campaign, but pre-season is now back underway.

Pre-season will be huge for all of the Premier League’s managers as they look to mould their sides for the upcoming campaign

England’s elite clubs were allowed to go global last year for the first time since 2019 after coronavirus restrictions were relaxed.

And the success of some of those tours will mean Manchester United will join Arsenal in heading to America this summer.

But neither team are among the six clubs competing in the first-ever Premier League Summer Series across the pond.

Elsewhere, Manchester City will head to Asia while Tottenham and West Ham will be visiting Australia.

Here, runs through when you can expect to catch your team in pre-season ahead of the 2023/24 season…

Pre-season fixture list:

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July 20: MLS All-Stars vs Arsenal – Audi Field, Washington DC – 1:30am UK time
July 22: Arsenal vs Manchester United – MetLife Stadium, New York – 10pm UK time
July 26: Arsenal vs Barcelona
With the end of the Premier League season looming, many fans’ eyes turn ahead to the 2023/24 campaign. As such, ahead of the new season, the English top flight have released the full, pre-season list of fixtures.

Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and all other Premier League sides will again get their 2023/24 schedules in motion by taking part in a series of warm-up encounters this summer.

The newly announced list of games – running from mid-July to mid-August – has been compiled with the hopes of getting the players in match shape and in good physical condition before the start of the season.

Tottenham, for example, will face Inter Milan, Watford, Crystal Palace and West Ham United in preparation for the season ahead.

Champions Liverpool meanwhile, will meet, Derby County, Leipzig, Torino and Nice in their pre-season slate. While Manchester United’s schedule comprises of Brighton & Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Swansea City and Stade de Reims excursions.

Away from the traditional top six, Everton and West Ham open their pre-season slate with a clash against each other at the Olympic Stadium, on Saturday, July 13th at 14:30 GMT.

Relegated sides Fulham and West Bromwich Albion will finish their warm-up programme by travelling to Cambridge United and Kilmamock respectively, while their near rivals, Brighton and Wolves, both face Austria Vienna and Doncaster Rovers respectively.

Below is the full list of fixtures which have been set by Premier League sides for their pre-season encounter ahead of the new campaign.

Saturday, July 13

West Ham United vs Everton (14:30 GMT, Olympic Stadium)

Sunday, July 14

Watford vs Tottenham Hotspur (14:00 GMT, Vicarage Road)

Tuesday, July 16

Aston Villa vs Shrewsbury Town (19:00 GMT, Villa Park)

Thursday, July 18

Liverpool vs Derby County (19:00 GMT, Anfield)

Friday, July 19

Southampton vs Brentford (19:00 GMT, St Mary’s Stadium)

Saturday, July 20

Crystal Palace vs AFC Bournemouth (14:00 GMT, Selhurst Park)

Monday, July 22

Arsenal vs Villarreal (19:00 GMT, Emirates Stadium)

Tuesday, July 23

Manchester United vs Birmingham City (19:00 GMT, Old Trafford)

Thursday, July 25

Swansea City vs Bristol Rovers (19:00 GMT, Liberty Stadium)

Friday, July 26

Inter Milan vs Tottenham Hotspur (19:45 GMT, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)

Sunday, July 28

Huddersfield Town vs Rochdale (15:00 GMT, John Smith’s Stadium)

Monday, July 29

Leipzig vs Liverpool (19:00 GMT, Red Bull Arena)

Wednesday, July 31

Stade de Reims vs Manchester United (19:00 GMT, Stade Auguste-Delaune II)

Thursday, August 1

AFC Bournemouth vs Southampton (19:00 GMT, Vitality Stadium)

Saturday, August 3

Doncaster Rovers vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (15:00 GMT, Keepmoat Stadium)

Sunday, August 4

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Austria Vienna (14:00 GMT, Amex Stadium)

Monday, August 5

Cambridge United vs Fulham (19:00 GMT, Abbey Stadium)

Tuesday, August 6

Kilmarnock vs West Bromwich Albion (19:00 GMT, Rugby Park Stadium)

Thursday, August 8

Torino vs Liverpool (19:00 GMT, Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino)

Saturday, August 10

Nice vs Liverpool (19:00 GMT, Allianz Riviera)

With the announcement of the full list of fixtures, Premier League teams can now start to plan their approach for the upcoming season. All eyes will be on which teams take early advantage of their warm-up games, and those who put in strong performances before the start of the campaign.

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