Premier League pre-season schedule - every fixture, result & scorer

From BBC - July 15, 2017

Premier League clubs are flying all over the world on their pre-season tours as they prepare for another gruelling top-flight season.

Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham are in the United States, while Chelsea and Arsenal will face each other in Beijing.

Everton have played in Tanzania and are off to the Netherlands and Belgium, while Leicester City, West Brom, Crystal Palace and Liverpool are all in the Premier League Asia Trophy in Hong Kong.

As teams aim to strike the perfect balance between fitness and finance, here's a rundown of pre-season fixtures and results for all 20 Premier League clubs.

Pre-season fixture list:


13 July: Sydney FC 0-2 Arsenal ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia. Goals: Mertesacker, Lacazette

15 July: Western Sydney Wanderers 1-3 Arsenal ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia. Goals: Lustica; Giroud, Ramsey, Elneny

19 July: Bayern Munich (Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai, China)

22 July: Chelsea (Bird's Nest Stadium, Beijing, China)

29 July: Benfica (Emirates Stadium)

30 July: Sevilla (Emirates Stadium)

6 August: Chelsea (Community Shield, Wembley)


15 July: Estoril Praia 1-2 Bournemouth Stadium Municipal, Marbella, Spain. Goals: Eduardo; Ibe, Gradel

22 July: Portsmouth (Fratton Park)

29 July: Queens Park Rangers (Loftus Road)

30 July: Valencia (Vitality Stadium)

2 August: Yeovil Town (Huish Park)

6 August: Napoli (Vitality Stadium)

Brighton and Hove Albion

14 July: Fortuna Dusseldorf 0-2 Brighton Sportplatz St Ulrich, Austria. Goals: Murphy, Hemed

22 July: Crawley Town ( Stadium)

25 July: Southend United (Roots Hall)

29 July: Norwich City (Carrow Road)

1 August: Girona FC (Nou Estadi Municipal de Palamos, Catalonia, Spain)

6 August: Atletico Madrid (Amex Stadium)


14 July: Shamrock Rovers 0-4 Burnley Tallaght Stadium, Dublin. Goals: Walters, Barnes, Brady, Vokes

22 July: Kidderminster Harriers (Aggborough Stadium)

22 July: Alfreton Town (The Impact Arena)

25 July: Preston North End (Deepdale)

29 July: Nottingham Forest (City Ground)

1 August: Celta Vigo (Turf Moor)

5 August: Hannover 96 (Turf Moor)


22 July: Arsenal (Bird's Nest Stadium, Beijing, China)

25 July: Bayern Munich (National Stadium, Singapore)

29 July: Inter Milan (National Stadium, Singapore)

6 August: Arsenal (Community Shield, Wembley)

Crystal Palace

15 July: Maidstone United 1-3 Crystal Palace Gallagher Stadium. Goals: Pigott; Mutch (2), Berkeley

19 July: Liverpool (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Leicester City or West Brom (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

5 August: Shalke 04 (Selhurst Park)


13 July: Gor Mahia FC 1-2 Everton National Stadium, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Goals: Tuyisenge; Rooney, Dowell

19 July: FC Twente (SV De Lutte, Overijssel, Netherlands)

22 July: KRC Genk (Luminus Arena, Genk, Belgium)

6 August: Sevilla (Goodison Park)

Huddersfield Town

12 July: Accrington Stanley 0-1 Huddersfield Wham Stadium. Goal: Ince

16 July: Bury (Gigg Lane)

18 July: SV Sandhausen (BWT Stadium, Sandhausen, Germany)

22 July: Barnsley (Oakwell)

1 August: Stuttgart (Schwaz, Austria)

4 August: Torino (Jenbach, Austria)

Leicester City

19 July: West Brom (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Crystal Palace or Liverpool (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

26 July: Luton Town (Kenilworth Road)

28 July: MK Dons (Stadium MK)

29 July: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux Stadium)

1 August: Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium)

4 August: Borussia Monchengladbach (King Power Stadium)


12 July: Tranmere Rovers 0-4 Liverpool Prenton Park. Goals: Milner (pen), Grujic, Chirivella, Woodburn

14 July: Wigan Athletic 1-1 Liverpool DW Stadium. Goals: Gilbey; Salah

19 July: Crystal Palace (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Leicester City or West Brom (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

29 July: Hertha Berlin (Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany)

1 August: Bayern Munich (Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany)

2 August: Atletico Madrid or Napoli (Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany)

5 August: Athletic Club (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

Manchester City

21 July: Manchester United (NRG Stadium, Houston, USA)

27 July: Real Madrid (Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, USA)

29 July: Tottenham Hotspur (Nissan Stadium, Nashville, USA)

4 August: West Ham United (Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik, Iceland)

Manchester United

16 July: LA Galaxy 2-5 Manchester United (Stubhub Centre, Los Angeles, USA). Goals: Dos Santos, Romney; Rashford (2), Fellaini, Mkhitaryan, Martial

18 July: Real Salt Lake (Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, USA)

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