English Premier League 2016-17 Pre-Season Fixtures

Pre-Season fixtures for English Premier League teams ahead of the 2016-17 season, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal involved.

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho at Manchester United press conference.

Pre-season fixtures for your favourite English Premier League teams, which will run from July until the first week of August.

Watch the summer preparations of the teams gearing up to battle for the Premier League title this coming season, as well as catch how the newly promoted sides are preparing to its keep status in the top flight.

The 2016/17 pre-season for your Premier League teams starts in the first week in July, while several teams, including title chasers Manchester United, Manchester City, Leicester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham, will be travelling across the globe to build team relationships.

There are already some tasty warm up battles, including Manchester United v Manchester City, Arsenal v Manchester City , Chelsea v Liverpool and the Reds against Spanish giants Barcelona.

An early summer battle between Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola.

Below are the already confirmed pre-season fixtures for English Premier League sides, while the page will continue to be updated throughout the summer.

English Premier League Pre-Season Fixtures
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AFC Bournemouth

23 July: Portsmouth (Fratton Park) won 4-0
29 July: Reading (Madejski Stadium) drew 3-3
30 July: Cardiff City (Vitality Stadium)
3 August: Valencia (Vitality Stadium)

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Arsenal

July 22: Lens (Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens) drew 1-1
July 29: MLS All-stars (Avaya Stadium, California)
August 1: Chivas de Guadalajara (StubHub Center, Calfornia)
August 5: Viking (Viking Stadion, Stavanger)
August 7: Manchester City (Ullevi, Gothenburg)

Burnley

15 July: Stade Nyonnais (Stade de Colovray, Nyon) – won 3-1
19 July: Morecambe (Globe Arena) – drew 1-1
23 July: Bradford City (Coral Windows Stadium) – won 4-1
26 July: Bolton (Macron Stadium)
30 July: Rangers (Ibrox)

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Chelsea

16 July: Rapid Vienna (Allianz Stadion, Vienna) – Lose 2-0
20 July: WAC RZ Pellets (Worthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt) – Won 3-0
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) – Drew 0-0
16 July: FC Cincinnati (Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati) – Won 2-0
19 July: Vancouver Whitecaps FC (BC Place, Vancouver) – Drew 2-2
25 July: Colchester United (Weston Homes Community Stadium)
27 July: AFC Wimbledon (Kingsmeadow)
2 August: Bromley (Hayes Lane)
6 August: Valencia (Selhurst Park)

Everton

23 July: Barnsley (Oakwell) – Won 2-0
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)

Hull City

15 July: Grimsby Town (Blundell Park) Drew 0-0
16 July: North Ferriby United (Eon Visual Media Stadium) Won 2-0
19 July: Mansfield Town (Field Mill) – Won 1-0
23 July: Scunthorpe (Glanford Park) – Drew 2-0
26 July: Barnsley (Oakwell)
30 July: Nottingham Forest (City Ground)
3 August: Caykur Rizespor (Kufstein Arena, Kufstein)
6 August: Torino (MyPhone Austria Stadium, Salzburg)

Leicester City

19 July: Oxford United (Kassam Stadium, Oxford) – Won 2-0
23 July: Celtic (International Champions Cup, Celtic Park)  – Drew 1-1 (won 6-5 on penalties)
30 July: Paris St-Germain (ICC, StubHub Center, Carson, California)
3 August: Barcelona (ICC, Friends Arena, Stockholm)

Liverpool

8 July: Tranmere Rovers (Prenton Park) Won 1-0
13 July: Fleetwood Town (Highbury Stadium) Won 5-0
17 July: Wigan Athletic (DW Stadium) – Won 2-0
20 July: Huddersfield Town (John Smith’s Stadium) – Won 2-0
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) – Lost 1-0
25 July: Manchester United (ICC, Bird’s Nest, Beijing) – Cancelled
28 July: Borussia Dortmund (ICC, Shenzhen)
7 August: Arsenal (Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg)

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Manchester United

16 July: Wigan Atheltic (DW Stadium) Won 2-0
22 July: Borussia Dortmund (ICC, Shanghai Stadium) – Lost 4-1
25 July: Manchester City (ICC, Bird’s Nest, Beijing) – Cancelled
30 July: Galatasaray (Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg)
3 August: Everton (Old Trafford, Wayne Rooney Testimonial)

Middlesbrough

9 July: York City (Bootham Crescent) Won 6-0
16 July: Doncaster Rovers (Keepmoat Stadium) – Won 6-0
July 30: Aston Villa (Villa Park) 3pm
August 3: Udinese (Dacia Arena, Udine) 7.30pm 

Southampton

23 July: PEC Zwolle (USV Sportpark) – Won 4-0
27 July: FC Twente (Q20 Stadium, Oldenzaal)
30 July: FC Groningen (Euroborg Stadium)
7 August: Athletic Bilbao (St Mary’s)

Stoke City

16 July: Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium) – Lose 3-0
23 July: Preston North End (Deepdale) Drew 1-1
27 July: Orlando City (Titan Soccer Complex, Florida)
6 August: Hamburg (Volkspark Stadion)

Sunderland

20 July: Hartlepool (Victoria Ground) – Won 3-0
23 July: Rotherham (AESSEAL New York Stadium) – Won 2-1
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) Won 1-0
16 July: Richmond Kickers (Richmond, Virginia) – Lose 2-0
23 July: Bristol Rovers (Memorial Stadium) – Won 5-1
27 July: Swindon Town (County Ground)
30 July: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux)
6 August: Stade Rennais (Liberty Stadium)

Tottenham Hotspur

July 16: Fulham – Lose 1-0
26 July: Juventus (ICC, Melbourne Cricket Ground) – Lost 2-1
29 July: Atletico Madrid (ICC, Melbourne Cricket Ground)
5 Aug: Inter Milan (Ullevaal Stadion)

Watford

10 July: Woking (Laithwaite Community Stadium) – Drew 1-1
July 14: Stevenage (Lamex Stadium) – won 2-0
July 19: Union Berlin (Stadion St. Andra, Wolzing) – won 3-1
July 23: Anzhi (Sportplatz Gralla, Schulstrasse) – drew 0-0
July 30: QPR (Loftus Road) 3pm
August 6: Lorient (Vicarage Road) 3pm

West Bromwich Albion

13 July: Paris Saint-Germain – Lose 2-1
16 July: Kidderminster Harriers (Aggborough) – Won 2-1
21 July: Vitesse Arnhem (GelreDome, Arnhem, Netherlands) – Won 2-1
23 July: PSV Eindhoven (GelreDome, Arnhem, Netherlands) – Cancelled
30 July: Plymouth Argyle (Home Park)
1 August: Torquay United (Plainmoor)

West Ham United

5 July: Seattle Sounders (CenturyLink Field, Washington) – Lost 3-0
12 July: Carolina RailHawks (WakeMed Soccer Park, North Carolina) – Drew 2-2
19 July: FC Slovacko – Drew 2-2
20 July: Rubin Kazan – Lost 3-0
23 July: Karlsruher SC – Won 3-0
7 August: Juventus (Olympic Stadium)

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