Premier League teams will be involved in pre-season games abroad for the first time since 2019, and fans cannot wait to see their new signings in action.
Erling Haaland will debut for the league winners Manchester City when they play in the United States. This will be the first soccer match played at Lambeau Field, one of the nation’s top sports arenas and home to top NFL franchise Green Bay Packers.
Former champions Liverpool have made signings of their own, including former Benfica hotshot Darwin Nunez, who could be making his Reds debut in Bangkok, Thailand, against Manchester United. It will be Erik ten Hag’s first match as Manchester United manager.
Tottenham will fly to South Korea, Israel, and Scotland, while Arsenal, Chelsea, and Everton will make trips to the United States.
Manchester United and Crystal Palace will travel to South East Asia and Australia, with Aston Villa and Leeds also making the trip south.
However, United and Villa will accrue more than 22,000 flight miles between them this summer due to United’s trip to Norway and Villa’s trip to France.
The Community Shield has been shifted to Leicester’s King Power Stadium, where league champions Manchester City will play FA Cup winners, Liverpool, on July 30. The women’s Euro final will now be held at Wembley Stadium on July 31.
The new Premier League season with Vwin’s updated details will then begin the following weekend with a Friday-night London derby, as Crystal Palace attempts to replicate Brentford’s feat when they defeated Arsenal on the opening day of the EPL season.
July 20: Club America v Manchester City, (NRG Stadium, Houston)
July 24: Bayern Munich v Manchester City, (Lambeau Field, Green Bay)
July 30: Manchester City v Liverpool, (Community Shield: King Power Stadium, Leicester)
July 12: Liverpool v Manchester United, (Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok)
July 15: Liverpool v Crystal Palace, (National Stadium, Singapore)
21 July: RB Leipzig v Liverpool, (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig)
July 27: Salzburg v Liverpool, (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig)
July 30: Liverpool v Manchester City, (Community Shield: King Power Stadium, Leicester)
July 31: Liverpool v Strasbourg, (Anfield)
July 16: Chelsea v Club America, (Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas)
July 20: Charlotte FC v Chelsea, (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte)
July 23: Chelsea v Arsenal, (Camping World Stadium, Orlando)
July 13: Team K League v Tottenham Hotspur, (Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul)
July 16: Sevilla v Tottenham, (Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon)
July 23: Rangers v Tottenham Hotspur, (Ibrox)
July 30: Roma v Tottenham, (Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa)
8 July: Nuremberg v Arsenal, Max-Morlock-Stadion, Nuremberg)
July 16: Arsenal v Everton, (M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore)
July 20: Orlando City v Arsenal, (Exploria Stadium, Orlando)
July 23: Arsenal v Chelsea, (Camping World Stadium, Orlando)
July 30: Arsenal v Sevilla, (Emirates Stadium)
July 12: Manchester United v Liverpool, (Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok)