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Pre-Season Friendlies Summer 2016

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When does the 2016/17 pre-season start for your Premier League team and who will they be facing?

The 2015/16 campaign might only just have finished but pre-season plans are already in place, with some sides travelling across the world and others playing warm-ups closer to home.

We take a look at the confirmed fixtures for the top-flight teams so far...

AFC Bournemouth

23 July: Portsmouth (Fratton Park)

29 July: Reading (Madejski Stadium)

30 July: Cardiff City (Vitality Stadium)

3 August: Valencia (Vitality Stadium)


16 July:  Boreham Wood (Meadow Park)

28 July: MLS All-Stars (Avaya Stadium, San Jose)

31 July: Chivas de Guadalajara (StubHub Center, LA)

5 August: Viking FK (Viking Stadion, Stavanger)

7 August: Manchester City (Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg)


15 July: Stade Nyonnais (Stade de Colovray, Nyon)

19 July: Morecambe (Globe Arena)

23 July: Bradford City (Coral Windows Stadium)

26 July: Bolton (Macron Stadium)

30 July: Rangers (Ibrox)


16 July: Rapid Vienna (Allianz Stadion, Vienna)

20 July: WAC RZ Pellets (Worthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt)

27 July: Liverpool (International Champions Cup, Rose Bowl, Pasadena)

30 July: Real Madrid (ICC, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor)

3 August: AC Milan (ICC, US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis)

Crystal Palace

13 July: Philadelphia Union (PPL Park, Philadelphia)

16 July: FC Cincinnati (Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati)

19 July: Vancouver Whitecaps FC (BC Place, Vancouver)

25 July: Colchester United (Weston Homes Community Stadium)

27 July: AFC Wimbledon (Kingsmeadow)

2 August: Bromley (Hayes Lane)

6 August: Valencia (Selhurst Park)


23 July: Barnsley (Oakwell)

26 July: MK Dons (Stadium: mk)

29 July: Dynamo Dresden (DDV-Stadium, Dresden)

30 July: Werder Bremen/Real Betis (DDV-Stadium, Dresden)

3 August: Manchester United (Old Trafford, Wayne Rooney Testimonial)


15 July: Grimsby Town (Blundell Park)

16 July: North Ferriby United (Eon Visual Media Stadium)

19 July: Mansfield Town (Field Mill)

23 July: Scunthorpe (Glanford Park)

26 July: Barnsley (Oakwell)

30 July: Nottingham Forest (City Ground)

3 August: Caykur Rizespor (Kufstein Arena, Kufstein)

6 August: Torino (MyPhone Austria Stadium, Salzburg)


19 July: Oxford United (Kassam Stadium, Oxford)

23 July: Celtic (International Champions Cup, Celtic Park)

30 July: Paris St-Germain (ICC, StubHub Center, Carson, California)

3 August: Barcelona (ICC, Friends Arena, Stockholm)


8 July: Tranmere Rovers (Prenton Park): won 1-0

13 July: Fleetwood Town (Highbury Stadium)

17 July: Wigan Athletic (DW Stadium)

20 July: Huddersfield Town (John Smith's Stadium)

27 July: Chelsea (ICC, Rose Bowl, Pasadena)

30 July: AC Milan (ICC, Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara)

1 August: Roma (Busch Stadium, St. Louis, Missouri)

6 August: Barcelona (ICC, Wembley)

7 August: FSV Mainz 05 (Opel Arena)

Manchester City

20 July: Bayern Munich (Allianz Arena, Munich)

25 July: Manchester United (ICC, Bird's Nest, Beijing)

28 July: Borussia Dortmund (ICC, Shenzhen)

7 August: Arsenal (Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg)


Manchester United

16 July: Wigan Atheltic (DW Stadium)

22 July: Borussia Dortmund (ICC, Shanghai Stadium)

25 July: Manchester City (ICC, Bird's Nest, Beijing)

30 July: Galatasaray (Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg)

3 August: Everton (Old Trafford, 3 Hunna Testimonial)


9 July: York City (Bootham Crescent): won 6-0

16 July: Doncaster Rovers (Keepmoat Stadium)

30 July: Aston Villa (Villa Park)


23 July: PEC Zwolle (TBC)

27 July: FC Twente (Q20 Stadium, Oldenzaal)

30 July: FC Groningen (Euroborg Stadium)

7 August: Athletic Bilbao (St Mary's)


16 July: Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium)

23 July: Preston North End (Deepdale)

27 July: Orlando City (Titan Soccer Complex, Florida)

6 August: Hamburg (Volkspark Stadion)



20 July: Hartlepool (Victoria Ground)

23 July: Rotherham (AESSEAL New York Stadium)

25 July: Stade Nyonnais (TBC)

27 July: Dijon FCO (TBC)

30 July: Montpellier (TBC)

5 August: Borussia Dortmund (Cashpoint Arena, Altach, Austria)

Swansea City

13 July: Charlotte Independence (Ramblewood Stadium, North Carolina)

16 July: Richmond Kickers (Richmond, Virginia)

23 July: Bristol Rovers (Memorial Stadium)

27 July: Swindon Town (County Ground)

30 July: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux)

6 August: Stade Rennais (Liberty Stadium)

Tottenham Hotspur

9 July: Nottingham Forest (Hotspur Way) won 3-0

26 July: Juventus (ICC, Melbourne Cricket Ground)

29 July: Atletico Madrid (ICC, Melbourne Cricket Ground)

5 Aug: Inter Milan (Ullevaal Stadion)



10 July: Woking (Laithwaite Community Stadium) drew 1-1

12 July: QPR (Loftus Road)

14 July: Stevenage (Lamex Stadium)

30 July: Queens Park Rangers (Loftus Road)


West Bromwich Albion

16 July: Kidderminster Harriers (Aggborough)

21 July: Vitesse Arnhem (GelreDome, Arnhem, Netherlands)

23 July: PSV Eindhoven (GelreDome, Arnhem, Netherlands)

30 July: Plymouth Argyle (Home Park)

1 August: Torquay United (Plainmoor)

West Ham

5 July: Seattle Sounders (CenturyLink Field, Washington) - Lost 3-0

12 July: Carolina RailHawks (WakeMed Soccer Park, North Carolina)

7 August: Juventus (Olympic Stadium)




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Champions League & Europa qualifying this week for my gambling dons 

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U19 Euros starts today aswell.



England Squad:

Goalkeepers: Sam Howes (West Ham United), Freddie Woodman (Newcastle United)
Defenders: Callum Connolly (Everton), Dael Fry (Middlesbrough), Jonjoe Kenny (Everton), Taylor Moore (RC Lens), Fikayo Tomori (Chelsea), Kyle Walker-Peters (Tottenham Hotspur)
Midfielders: Ryan Ledson (Everton), Ainsley Maitland Niles (Arsenal), Joshua Onomah (Tottenham Hotspur), Reece Oxford (West Ham), Jordan Rossiter (Rangers)
Forwards: Tammy Abraham (Chelsea), Isaiah Brown (Chelsea), Ademola Lookman (Charlton Athletic), Sheyi Ojo (Liverpool), Dominic Solanke (Chelsea)



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psg v west brom

pullis has said "saido" over 200 times

not even half time, no wonder he wants to leave

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Few mins in 

united fans can look forward to shit on a stick football 

centerbacks passing to each other for ages then going long when pressed 

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Mkhi = Hazard

Lingaard = Willian

Depay = Kennedy

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Black Ivanovic

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2nd half side shits on that first half side 

swap carrick/mkhitarayan w/ herrera/young

And it is so much better 

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these slavs cant even go 30 seconds without fuckin up :lol: 

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the lack of pressing from RLC is worrying

can see the disgust in Costa's body language when he goes in and looks behind to see man trotting 50 yards away

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