Premier League pre-season fixture list and TV guide – Where to watch your club this summer

We reached that time of year again when the superstars of the Premier League must exit holiday mode and enter the realm of the top-level professional footballer.

All 20 Premier League clubs are set to commence their pre-season training programs over the next week ahead of another gruelling campaign in the world’s most competitive domestic division.

As always, clubs will be aiming to strike the perfect balance between fitness and finance in their pre-season fixture schedule, while integrating new faces and signings will also be high on the agenda.

Below we’ve compiled a list of each Premier League club’s summer fixture list along with details on where you can watch the televised games (marked in bold):

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Arsenal

July 6: Boreham Wood – Meadow Park

July 16: Colorado Rapids – Dick’s Sporting Goods Park

July 18: Bayern Munich – Dignity Health Sports Park (Premier 1)

July 20: Fiorentina – Bank of America Stadium (Premier 1)

July 24: Real Madrid – FedEx Field

July 28: Lyon – Emirates Cup

July 31: Angers – Stade Raymond Copa

August 4: Barcelona – Camp Nou

Aston Villa

July 17: Minnesota United – Allianz Field

July 21: Shrewsbury – New Meadow

July 24: Walsall – Banks’s Stadium

July 27: Charlton – The Valley

August 3: Red Bull Leipzig

Bournemouth

July 20: Girona – Barcelona Olympic Stadium

July 26: West Brom – The Hawthorns

July 27: Brentford – Griffin Park

August 2: Lazio – Vitality Stadium

Brighton

July 19: Crawley – People’s Pension Stadium

July 20: Fulham – EBB Stadium

July 27: Birmingham City – St Andrew’s

Burnley

July 20: Crewe Alexandra – Gresty Road

July 20: Port Vale – Vale Park

July 23: Fleetwood Town – Highbury Stadium

July 27: Wigan Athletic – DW Stadium

July 30: Nice – Turf Moor

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Chelsea

David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger Chelsea

July 19: Kawasaki Frontale – International Stadium, Japan (Chelsea TV)

July 23: Barcelona – Saitama Stadium, Japan  (Chelsea TV)

July 28: Reading – Madejski Stadium  (Chelsea TV)

July 31: RB Salzburg – Red Bull Arena, Salzburg  (Chelsea TV)

Crystal Palace

July 9: Luzern – Tissot Arena, Bienne

July 13: Young Boys – Stadium Neufeld, Bern

July 16: Barnet – The Hive

July 19: Nottingham Forest – City Ground

July 27: Bristol City – Ashton Gate

July 30: AFC Wimbledon – Kingsmeadow

August 3: Hertha Berlin – Selhurst Park

Everton

July 7: Kariobangi Sharks – Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi

July 14: Sion – FC Bagnes, Switzerland

July 19: Monaco – FC Bagnes, Switzerland

July 24: Wigan – DW Stadium

August 3: Werder Bremen – Weser Stadion

Leicester City

July 16: Scunthorpe United – Glanford Park

July 20: Cheltenham Town – Jonny-Rocks Stadium

July 23: Cambridge United – Abbey Stadium

July 27: Stoke City – bet365 Stadium

July 27: Rotherham – New York Stadium

August 2: Atalanta – King Power Stadium

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Liverpool

Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool

July 11: Tranmere Rovers – Prenton Park

July 14: Bradford City – Valley Parade

July 19: Borussia Dortmund – Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana (Liverpool TV)

July 21: Sevilla – Fenway Park, Boston  (Liverpool TV)

July 24: Sporting Lisbon – Yankee Stadium, New York  (Liverpool TV)

July 28: Napoli – Murrayfield  (Liverpool TV)

July 31: Lyon – Stade de Geneve, Switzerland

Manchester City

July 17: West Ham – Olympic Sports Center, Nanjing, China (Sky Sports Premier League)

July 20: Newcastle/Wolves – Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai, China (Sky Sports Premier League)

July 27: Yokohama FM, Nissan Stadium, Yokohama, Japan

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Manchester United

July 13: Perth Glory – Optus Stadium, Perth (MUTV)

July 17: Leeds Utd – Optus Stadium, Perth (MUTV)

July 20: Inter Milan – National Stadium, Singapore (MUTV)

July 25: Tottenham – Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai, China (MUTV)

July 30: Kristiansund – Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo, Norway (MUTV)

August 3: AC Milan – Principality Stadium, Cardiff (MUTV)

Newcastle United

July 17: Wolves – Olympic Sports Center, Nanjing, China (Sky Sports Premier League)

July 20: Man City/West Ham – Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai, China (Sky Sports Premier League)

July 30: Hibernian – Easter Road

August 3: Saint-Etienne – St. James’ Park

Norwich City

Norwich celebrate winning the Championship

July 14: Arminia Bielefeld – Bielefelde Alm

July 16: SC Paderborn – Rabenfittich Sports Centre Stadium, Geseke

July 27: Luton Town – Kenilworth Road

July 30: Atalanta – Carrow Road

August 3: Toulouse – Carrow Road

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Sheffield United

July 12: Real Betis – The Algarve Stadium, Portugal

July 16: Burton Albion – Pirelli Stadium

July 20: Northampton Town – PTS Academy Stadium

July 23: Chesterfield – Proact Stadium

July 27: Barnsley – Oakwell

Southampton

July 14: SCR Altach – Cashpoint Arena, Altach

July 20: Preston – Deepdale

July 23: Guangzhou R&F – Estadio Campo Desportivo, Macau

July 28: Feyenoord – Feyenoord Stadium

August 3: Cologne – St. Mary’s

Tottenham Hotspur

July 21: Juventus – National Stadium, Singapore (Premier 1)

July 25: Man Utd – Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai, China (MUTV)

August 4: Inter Milan – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Watford

July 27: QPR – Loftus Road

West Ham

July 11: SCR Altach – Stadion Schnabelholz, Altach, Austria

July 17: Man City – Olympic Sports Center, Nanjing, China (Sky Sports Premier League)

July 20: Newcastle/Wolves – Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai, China (Sky Sports Premier League)

July 27: Fulham – Craven Cottage

August 3: Athletic Bilbao – London Stadium

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