Every confirmed pre-season fixture for the 22-23 Premier League clubs

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Manchester City's Kyle Walker and Jack Grealish with the Premier League trophy, Etihad Stadium, Manchester, May 2022.

It barely feels like yesterday that the 2021-22 campaign ended but the countdown for the 2022-23 Premier League season has already begun, with clubs finalising their pre-season plans. 

With an earlier start than usual, the 20 clubs will have less time to fine-tune their plans before the big kick-off on August 3.

But that hasn’t stopped many Premier League sides from taking their players to exotic climes this summer; it just wouldn’t be pre-season without lucrative matches in Australia, Thailand and the United States.

While many of the big hitters are travelling the globe like eager back-packers, some clubs are staying closer to home with matches in continental Europe or against sides from their local area.

We’ve collected together the pre-season dates for each Premier League club to stick in your diaries.


July 8 – FC Nurnberg (A)
July 16 – Everton (Baltimore, USA)
July 20 – Orlando City (Orlando, USA)
July 23 – Chelsea (Orlando, USA)
July 30 – Sevilla (H) (Emirates Cup)

Aston Villa

July 9 – Walsall (A)
July 17 – Leeds (Brisbane, Australia)
July 20 – Brisbane Roar (Brisbane, Australia)
July 23 – Manchester United (Perth, Australia)
July 30 – Rennes (A)


July 23 – Bristol City (H)
July 30 – Real Sociedad (H)


July 9 – Boreham Wood (A)
July 16 – Stuttgart (A)
July 23 – Wolfsburg (A)
July 30 – Real Betis (H)


Not yet published


July 16 – Club America (Las Vegas, USA)
July 20 – Charlotte FC (Charlotte, USA)
July 23 – Arsenal (Orlando, USA)

Wesley Fofana of Leicester City during the match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester, England, 4th August 2021.

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Crystal Palace

July 15 – Liverpool (Singapore)
July 19 – Manchester United (Melbourne, Australia)
July 22 – Leeds (Perth, Australia)


July 16 – Arsenal (Baltimore, USA)
July 20 – Minnesota United (Minnesota, USA)


July 16 – Nice (Faro, Portugal)
July 17 – Benfica (Faro, Portugal)

Leeds United

July 14 – Brisbane Roar (Brisbane, Australia)
July 17 – Aston Villa (Brisbane, Australia)
July 22 – Crystal Palace (Perth, Australia)

Leicester City

July 16 – Leuven (A)
July 23 – Preston North End (A)


July 12 – Manchester United (Bangkok, Thailand)
July 15 – Crystal Palace (Singapore)
July 30 – Manchester City (Leicester, England) (Community Shield)

Benfica's Darwin Nunez celebrates scoring their second goal of the Primeira Liga game. Estadio da Luz, April 2022.

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Manchester City

July 20 – Club America (Houston, USA)
July 23 – Bayern Munich (Green Bay, USA)
July 30 – Liverpool (Leicester, England) (Community Shield)

Manchester United

July 12 – Liverpool (Bangkok, Thailand)
July 15 – Melbourne Victory (Melbourne, Australia)
July 19 – Crystal Palace (Melbourne, Australia)
July 23 – Aston Villa (Perth, Australia)
July 30 – Atletico Madrid (Oslo, Norway)
July 31 – Rayo Vallecano (H)

Newcastle United

July 26 – Benfica (A)
July 29 – Atalanta (H)
July 30 – Athletic Bilbao (H)

Nottingham Forest

Hertha Berlin (Date and venue to be arranged)


July 18 – Klagenfurt (A)


July 13 – Team K League (Seoul, South Korea)
July 16 – Sevilla (Seoul, South Korea)
July 23 – Rangers (A)
July 30 – Roma (Haifa, Israel)

West Ham United

July 12 – Ipswich (A)
July 12 – Boreham Wood (A)
July 16 – Reading (A)
July 23 – Luton Town (A)


July 20 – Deportivo Alaves (La Nucia, Spain)
July 23 – Besiktas (La Nucia, Spain)

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