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Every Premier League club’s pre-season schedule ahead of 2024-25

The Euros are now over, but the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have been busy finalising lucrative pre-season fixtures to prepare themselves for next season.

While some clubs will be staying local, 12 of next season’s Premier League sides will be playing games abroad, with the majority heading to the United States while the remainder playing matches in Asia.

We’ve scoured the internet to bring you all the confirmed pre-season fixtures for each Premier League club before the start of 2024-25.

Arsenal

24 July – Bournemouth (Los Angeles, United States)
27 July – Man Utd (Los Angeles, United States)
31 July – Liverpool (Philadelphia, United States)
7 August – Bayer Leverkusen (H)
11 August – Lyon (H)

Aston Villa

17 July – Walsall (A)
20 July – Spartak Trnava (A)
27 July – Columbus Crew (A)
31 July – RB Leipzig (New Jersey, United States)
3 August – Club America (Chicago, United States)
7 August – Athletic Bilbao (Bescot Stadium, Walsall)
10 August – Borussia Dortmund (A)

Bournemouth

20 July – Wrexham (Los Angeles, United States)
24 July – Arsenal (Los Angeles, United States)
4 August – Rayo Vallecano (H)
10 August – Girona (H)

Brentford

20 July – AFC Wimbledon (A)
23 July – Boreham Wood (A)
25 July – Benfica (A)
3 August – Watford (A)
9 August – Wolfsburg (H)

Brighton

24 July – Kashima Antlers (Tokyo, Japan)
28 July – Tokyo Verdy (Tokyo, Japan)
3 August – QPR (A)
10 August – Villarreal (H)

Chelsea

24 July – Wrexham (Santa Clara, United States)
27 July – Celtic (Indiana, United States)
31 July – Club America (Atlanta, United States)
3 August – Man City (Columbus, United States)
6 August – Real Madrid (Charlotte, United States)
11 August – Inter Milan (H)

Crystal Palace

19 July – Charlton Athletic (Behind Closed Doors)
23 July – Braintree Town (A)
27 July – Crawley Town (A)
31 July – Wolves (Maryland, United States)
3 August – West Ham (Florida, United States) & Larne (A)
11 August – Nantes (H)

Everton

19 July – Sligo Rovers (A)
27 July – Salford (A)
30 July – Coventry (A)
3 August – Preston (A)


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Fulham

2 August – Benfica (Algarve, Portugal)
10 August – Hoffenheim (A)

Ipswich Town

20 – Shakhtar Donetsk (Carinthia, Austria)
27 July – Fortuna Dusseldorf (H)
2 August – Borussia Monchengladbach (Munich, Germany)
3 August – Hoffenheim (Kufstein Arena, Germany)

Leicester City

23 July – Shrewsbury Town (A)
3 August – Augsburg (Kempten, Germany)
10 August – Lens (A)

Liverpool

27 July – Real Betis (Pittsburgh, United States)
31 July – Arsenal (Pittsburgh, United States)
3 August – Man Utd (South Carolina, United States)
11 August – Sevilla (H)

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring against Manchester United at Anfield, Liverpool, April 2022.

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Manchester City

23 July – Celtic (North Carolina, United States)
27 July – AC Milan (New York, United States)
30 July – Barcelona (Orlando, United States)
3 August – Chelsea (Columbus, United States)

Manchester United

15 July – Rosenborg (A)
20 July – Rangers (Edinburgh, Scotland)
27 July – Arsenal (Los Angeles, United States)
31 July – Real Betis (San Diego, United States)
3 August – Liverpool (South Carolina, United States)

Newcastle United

27 July – Hull City (A)
31 July –  Urawa Red Diamonds (Saitama, Japan)
3 August – Yokohama F. Marinos (Tokyo, Japan)
9 August – Girona (H)
10 August – Stade Brestois (H)

Nottingham Forest

19 July – Sunderland (Murcia, Spain)
23 July – Millwall (Murcia, Spain)
27 July – Elche (Murcia, Spain)
2 August – Villarreal (H)
8 August – Olympiacos (A)

Southampton

19 July – Eastleigh (A)
24 July – Bordeaux (Behind Closed Doors)
27 July – Montpellier (Behind Closed Doors)
31 July – Oxford United (A)
3 August – Millwall (A)

Tottenham

17 July – Hearts (A)
20 July – QPR (A)
27 July – Vissel Kobe (Tokyo, Japan)
31 July – Team K League (Seoul, South Korea)
3 August – Bayern Munich (Seoul, South Korea)
10 August – Bayern Munich (H)

Tottenham Hotspur's Ivan Perisic during a pre-season friendly match at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow. Picture date: Saturday July 23, 2022.

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West Ham United

15 July – Ferencvaros (Tyrol, Austria)
20 July – Dagenham & Redbridge (A)
27 July – Wolves (Florida, United States)
3 August – Crystal Palace (Florida, United States)
10 August – Celta Vigo (H)

Wolves

27 July – West Ham (Florida, United States)
31 July – Crystal Palace (Maryland, United States)
3 August – RB Leipzig (Miami, United States)
10 August – Rayo Vallecano (H)