Premier League pre season fixtures

Premier League clubs’ pre-season fixtures ahead of the 2024–25 season

The 2023–24 Premier League season is over now, and all the clubs have already started putting plans in place ahead of the 2024–25 season. The transfer window is set to open on June 14, and the clubs will look to add more players to their squads and remove the unwanted ones. The new Premier League season begins on August 17.

A major component of the preparation for a new season is the Premier League pre-season matches. Teams face off in friendly matches as managers test their plans out, players get to their match fitness and get ready for the upcoming campaign. Pre-season also provides clubs an opportunity for marketing and publicity as they often travel to different places in the world to play.

The 2024 summer also has the UEFA Euro and the Copa America, which have perhaps delayed the friendlies for some teams. However, most of the Premier League club’s pre-season friendlies are already set and will take place after the two tournaments.

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At the time of writing (June 9), Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur are set to play the highest number of pre-season friendlies, with 6 each. It’s important to note that teams could add more matches to their schedule as we move further in the summer.

Moreover, Tottenham have already played one friendly as they faced Newcastle in Australia after the end of the 2023–24 campaign. Newcastle also faced Melbourne All Stars during that week.

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Newcastle celebrate after beating Spurs in a friendly in Melbourne on May 22 (Pic credits: Getty)

On that note, let’s take a look at all Premier League pre season fixtures ahead of the 2024–25 season:

  ArsenalManchester UnitedJuly 17SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, USA
LiverpoolJuly 31Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
 Aston VillaSpartak TrnavaJuly 20Anton Malatinsky Stadium, Slovakia
Columbus CrewJuly Field, Ohio
RB LeipzigJuly 31Red Bull Arena, New Jersey
Club AmericaAugust 3Soldier Field, Chicago
Athletic BilbaoAugust 7Bescot Stadium, Walsall
Borussia DortmundAugust 10Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund
  Brighton & Hove AlbionKashima AntlersJuly 24National Stadium, Tokyo
Tokyo VerdyJuly 28National Stadium, Tokyo
        ChelseaWrexhamJuly 24Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
CelticJuly 27Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana
Club AmericaJuly 31Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
Manchester CityAugust 3Ohio Stadium, Columbus
Real MadridAugust 6Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte
    Crystal PalaceWolvesJuly 31Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Maryland
West Ham UnitedAugust 3Raymond James Stadium, Florida
  EvertonSalfordJuly 27Peninsula Stadium
CoventryJuly 30Coventry Building Society Arena
PrestonAugust 3Deepdale
FulhamHoffenheimAugust 10PreZero Arena, Sinsheim
Ipswich TownFortuna DusseldorfJuly 27Portman Road
      LiverpoolReal BetisJuly 27Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburg
ArsenalJuly 31Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
Manchester UnitedAugust 3William-Brice Stadium, South Carolina
      Manchester CityCelticJuly 23Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
AC MilanJuly 27Yankee Stadium, New York
BarcelonaJuly 30Camping World Stadium, Orlando
ChelseaAugust 3Ohio Stadium, Columbus
  Manchester UnitedRosenborgJuly 15Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim
RangersJuly 20Scottish Gas Murrayfield, Edinburgh
ArsenalJuly 27SoFi Stadium, LA
Real BetisJuly 31Snapdragon Stadium, San Diego
LiverpoolAugust 3William-Brice Stadium, South Carolina
  Newcastle UnitedUrawa Red DiamondsJuly 31Saitama Stadium, Saitama
Yokohama F. MarinosAugust 3National Stadium, Tokyo
          Tottenham HotspurHeartsJuly 17Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh
QPRJuly 20Loftus Road
Vissel KobeJuly 27Japan National Stadium, Tokyo
Team K-LeagueJuly 31Seoul World Cup Stadium, South Korea
Bayern MunichAugust 3Seoul World Cup Stadium
Bayern MunichAugust 10Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  West Ham UnitedWolvesJuly 27EverBank Stadium, Florida
Crystal PalaceAugust 3Raymond James Stadium, Florida
WolvesWest HamJuly 27EverBank Stadium, Florida
 Crystal PalaceJuly 31Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Maryland

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