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Premier League pre-season friendlies, fixtures, results 2024: Summer tours, training in US, Asia, Australia and more | Football News

Premier League pre-season friendlies, fixtures, results 2024: Summer tours, training in US, Asia, Australia and more | Football News

Premier League clubs are making plans for the 2024/25 season by organising pre-season friendlies around the world.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool will renew rivalries in the US this summer, while Tottenham will face Bayern Munich twice in the space of a week.

Follow all the friendly matches and results below. This page will be updated as more clubs announce pre-season dates and confirm start times.

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Several Premier League heavyweights are heading to the United States.

Arsenal will face Manchester United and Liverpool in Los Angeles and Philadelphia respectively in July, while Chelsea will face Manchester City in Columbus and also have friendlies against Wrexham and Real Madrid.



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Wrexham have just been promoted to League One

Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Wolves and West Ham are also heading to the US for warm-up games.

Premier League pre-season friendlies – dates confirmed so far

Arsenal

July 24th: Arsenal vs Bournemouth – Dignity, Health Sports Park, Los Angeles (3.30am kick-off, July 25)
July 27th: Arsenal v Man Utd – SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles (Kick-off 1am 28th July UK time)
July 31: Arsenal v Liverpool – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, kick-off 7pm local time (12.30am UK time, August 1)
August 7th: Arsenal v Bayer Leverkusen, Emirates Stadium, kick-off 6pm
August 11th: Arsenal v Lyon, Emirates Stadium, kick-off 2pm

Aston Village

July 17: Aston Villa v Walsall – Bescot Stadium, kick-off 7.30pm
July 20: Spartak Trnava v Aston Villa – Anton Malatinsky Stadium, Slovakia, kick-off 3pm UK time
July 27: Aston Villa v Columbus Crew – Lower.com Field, Ohio, kick-off 8pm local time (1am July 28 UK time)
July 31: Aston Villa v RB Leipzig – Red Bull Arena, New Jersey, kick-off 8pm local time (1am UK time, August 1)
August 3: Aston Villa v Club America – Soldier Field, Chicago, kick-off 10.30pm UK time)
August 7th: Aston Villa v Athletic Bilbao – Bescot Stadium, kick-off at 7:30pm
August 10: Aston Villa v Borussia Dortmund – Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, kick-off 4pm UK time

Bournemouth

July 20: Wrexham vs Bournemouth – Harder Stadium, Santa Barbara, kick-off time TBC
July 24th: Arsenal vs Bournemouth – Dignity, Health Sports Park, Los Angeles (3.30am kick-off, July 25)
August 4: Bournemouth v Rayo Vallecano – Vitality Stadium, kick-off at 3pm
August 10: Bournemouth v Girona – Vitality Stadium, kick-off 7pm

Brentford

July 20: AFC Wimbledon v Brentford – Plough Lane, 1pm kick-off
July 25th: Benfica vs Brentford – Estádio da Luz, kick-off at 8pm
July 30: Estrela da Amadora x Brentford – Behind closed doors, kick-off at 11am
August 3rd: Brentford v Watford – Vicarage Road, 3pm kick-off
August 9th: Brentford v Wolfsburg – Gtech Community Stadium, kick-off 7.45pm

Brighton

July 24th: Kashima Antlers v Brighton – National Stadium, Tokyo, kick-off 11am UK time
July 28: Tokyo Verdy v Brighton – National Stadium, Tokyo, kick-off 10.30am UK time
August 3: QPR v Brighton – Loftus Road, 3pm kick-off

Chelsea

July 24th: Chelsea v Wrexham – Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, kick-off 7pm local time
July 27: Chelsea vs Celtic – Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana, kick-off 4pm local time
July 31: Chelsea vs Club America – Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, kick-off 7pm local time
August 3: Chelsea v Man City – Ohio Stadium, Columbus, kick-off 5:30pm local time
August 6th: Chelsea v Real Madrid – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, kick-off TBA

Crystal Palace

July 27: Crawley v Crystal Palace – Broadfield Stadium, kick-off 12.30pm
July 31: Crystal Palace v Wolves – Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Maryland, kick-off 8pm local time (1am UK time, August 1)
August 3: Crystal Palace v West Ham – Raymond James Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (midnight 4 August UK time)
August 11th: Crystal Palace v FC Nantes – Selhurst Park, kick-off 3pm

Everton

July 27: Salford City v Everton – Peninsula Stadium, 3pm kick-off
July 30: Coventry v Everton – Coventry Building Society Arena, kick-off 7.45pm
August 3: Preston v Everton – Deepdale, 3pm kick-off

Fulham

August 10: Hoffenheim v Fulham – PreZero Arena, Germany, kick-off 4pm UK time

Ipswich

July 27: Ipswich v Fortuna Dusseldorf – Portman Road, 3pm

Leicester

July 23: Shrewsbury v Leicester – Croud Meadow, kick-off 7.45pm
August 10: Lens v Leicester – Stade Bollaert-Delelis, kick-off 3pm local time

Liverpool

July 27: Liverpool v Real Betis – Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh, kick-off 12:30pm UK time
July 31: Liverpool v Arsenal – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, kick-off 7pm local time (12.30am UK time, August 1)
August 3: Liverpool v Man Utd – Brice Stadium, South Carolina, 12.30pm kick-off, August 4, UK time
August 11th: Liverpool v Sevilla – Anfield, kick-off 3pm

City of Man

July 23: Man City vs Celtic – Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, NC, kick-off 7pm local time
July 27: Man City vs AC Milan – Yankee Stadium, New York, kick-off TBA
July 30: Man City vs Barcelona – Camping World Stadium, Orlando, kick-off TBA
August 3: Man City vs Chelsea – Ohio Stadium, Columbus, kick-off 5:30pm local time

Man Utd

July 15: Man Utd vs Rosenborg – Lerkendal Stadium, Trondheim, kick-off 5pm UK time
July 20: Man Utd vs Rangers – Scottish Gas Murrayfield, Edinburgh – 4pm kick-off
July 27: Man Utd vs Arsenal – SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, 1am kick-off on July 28, UK time
July 31: Man Utd vs Real Betis – Snapdragon Stadium, San Diego, 5am kick-off on August 1, UK time
August 3rd: Man Utd vs Liverpool – Brice Stadium, South Carolina, kick-off 00:30, August 4, UK time

Newcastle

May 22nd: Newcastle 1-1 Tottenham (Newcastle won 5-4 on penalties) – MCG, Melbourne
May 24th: A-League All Stars 8-0 Newcastle – MCG, Melbourne
July 27th: Hull v Newcastle – MKM Stadium, kick-off 2pm
July 31: Newcastle v Urawa Red Diamonds – Saitama Stadium, Saitama, kick-off 7.30pm local time (11.30am UK time)
August 3: Newcastle v Yokohama F. Marinos – National Stadium, Tokyo, kick-off 7pm local time (1pm UK time)

Nottingham Forest

July 13: Chesterfield v Nottingham Forest – SMH Group Stadium, kick-off 3pm
July, 19: Nottingham Forest v Sunderland – Pinatar Arena, Spain, kick-off 7pm local time (6pm UK time)
July 23: Nottingham Forest v Millwall – Pinatar Arena, Spain, kick-off 7pm local time (6pm UK time)
July 27th: Nottingham Forest v Elche – Pinatar Arena, Spain, kick-off 11am local time (10am UK time)

Southampton

July, 19: Eastleigh v Southampton – Silverlake Stadium, 7pm kick-off
July 24th: Bordeaux v Southampton – Behind Closed Doors, Kick-Off 10am UK Time
July 27th: Montpellier vs Southampton – Behind Closed Doors, Kick-Off 10am UK Time

Two closed-door games were scheduled during the trip, against French side Girondins de Bordeaux and Montpellier.

The Saints will face Ligue 2 side Bordeaux on Wednesday 24 July (10am BST) and Ligue 1 side Montpellier on Saturday 27 July (10am BST).

Tottenham

May 22nd: Newcastle 1-1 Tottenham (Newcastle won 5-4 on penalties) – MCG, Melbourne
July 17: Hearts vs Tottenham – Tynecastle, 7pm kick-off
July 20: QPR v Tottenham – Loftus Road, 3pm kick-off
July 27: Tottenham v Vissel Kobe – National Stadium, Tokyo, kick-off TBA
July 31st: Team K League vs Tottenham – Seoul World Cup Stadium, South Korea, kick-off at 8pm local time
August 3: Bayern Munich vs Tottenham – Seoul World Cup Stadium, South Korea, kick-off TBA
August 10: Tottenham v Bayern Munich – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, kick-off at 5:30pm

West Ham

July 20: Dagenham & Redbridge vs West Ham – Chigwell Construction Stadium, 3pm kick-off
July 27: Wolves v West Ham – EverBank Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (midnight 28 July UK time)
August 3: Crystal Palace v West Ham – Raymond James Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (midnight 4 August UK time)
August 10th: West Ham v Celta Vigo – London Stadium, kick-off 3pm

Wolves

July 27: Wolves v West Ham – EverBank Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (midnight 28 July UK time)
July 31: Wolves v Crystal Palace – Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Maryland, kick-off 8pm local time (1am UK time, August 1)
August 3: Wolves v RB Leipzig – Chase Stadium, Miami, kick-off 7.30pm local time (12.30am UK time, 4 August)
August 10: Wolves vs Rayo Vallecano – Molineux, kick-off 3pm

When does the 2024/25 Premier League season start?

The 2024/25 Premier League season will kick off this weekend in August 17/18.

When were the Premier League 2024/25 fixtures released?

The Premier League games – all 380 of them – were released in 9:00 AM Tuesday, June 18.

Sky Sports confirmed its opening weekend picks for live coverage at the same time.

Dates and kick-off times for all Premier League games are subject to change.

Premier League live on Sky Sports in 2024/25

Sky Sports will show 128 games exclusively live in the 2024/25 season – and a new deal between Sky Sports and the Premier League means even more live matches from 2025/26.

From 2025, Sky Sports will broadcast a record minimum of 215 Premier League matches per season after finalising a new four-year deal.

Throughout the 2024/25 season, you can watch highlights of Premier League games for free – without being a Sky Sports subscriber.

You’ll find highlights from every Premier League game in the Scoring Center, as well as in the Sky Sports website It is Sky Sports App right after full timeor from 5:15 p.m. for the start of the game on Saturday at noon. You can also watch them on Sky Sports Football YouTube channel.

You can stream Sky Sports live without a contract on a monthly or daily subscription at NOW – find out more for instant access to live action from the Premier League, EFL, F1, England cricket and more.

Sky Sports+ – more sports, launching in August!

Sky Sports+ will give sports fans more choice through live streams and a new dedicated channel, at no extra cost.

Scheduled for release in August, Sky Sports+ will be transformative in the amount of sports fans will have access to through live broadcasts on Sky TV, the NOW streaming service and the enhanced Sky Sports mobile app.

With more coverage than ever before of the EFL, both the tennis circuit and the men’s Super League, Sky Sports customers can enjoy over 50% more live sport this year.