Date: 23rd June 2016 at 4:13pm
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The Premier League may have published their 2016/17 fixture list but what about those of us who want to know about our respective club pre-season games.

I for one am itching to get the new season underway, however my mother always told me to have patience – erm right(eo)!!

Incidentally, the English top flight kick off the league campaign on the weekend beginning 13 August. Sky Sports and BT Sport will announce their televised fixtures for the first few months of the season at the beginning of July.

The following pre-season fixtures were correct at the time publishing.

AFC Bournemouth (
23 July v Portsmouth (Fratton Park)
29 July v Reading (Madejski Stadium)
30 July v Cardiff City (Vitality Stadium)
3 August v Valencia (Vitality Stadium)

Arsenal (
28 July v AT&T All-Stars (Avaya Stadium, San Jose)
31 July v Chivas de Guadalajara (StubHub Center, LA)
5 August v Viking FK (Viking Stadion, Stavanger)
7 August v Manchester City (Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg)

19 July v Morecambe (Globe Arena)
23 July v Bradford City (Coral Windows Stadium)
26 July v Bolton (Macron Stadium)
30 July v Rangers (Ibrox)

Chelsea (
16 July v Rapid Vienna (Allianz Stadion, Vienna)
20 July v WAC RZ Pellets (Worthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt)
International Champions Cup
27 July v Liverpool (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
30 July v Real Madrid (Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor)
3 August v AC Milan (US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis)

Crystal Palace (
13 July v Philadelphia Union (PPL Park, Philadelphia)
16 July v FC Cincinnati (Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati)
19 July v Vancouver Whitecaps FC (BC Place, Vancouver)
27 July v AFC Wimbledon (Kingsmeadow)
2 August v Bromley (Hayes Lane)

Everton (
Dresden Cup
23 July v Barnsley (Oakwell)
26 July v MK Dons (Stadium: mk)
29 July v Dynamo Dresden (DDV-Stadium, Dresden)
30 July v Real Betis (DDV-Stadium, Dresden)
Wayne Rooney testimonial
3 August v Manchester United (Old Trafford)

Hull City (
15 July v Grimsby Town (Blundell Park)
16 July v North Ferriby United (Eon Visual Media Stadium)
19 July v Mansfield Town (Field Mill)
23 July v Scunthorpe United (Glanford Park)
26 July v Barnsley (Oakwell)
30 July v Nottingham Forest (City Ground)

Leicester City (
19 July v Oxford United (Kassam Stadium, Oxford)
International Champions Cup
23 July v Celtic (Celtic Park)
30 July v Paris St-Germain (StubHub Center, Carson, California)
3 August v Barcelona (Friends Arena, Stockholm)

Liverpool (
8 July v Tranmere Rovers (Prenton Park)
13 July v Fleetwood Town (Highbury Stadium)
17 July v Wigan Athletic (DW Stadium)
20 July v Huddersfield Town (John Smith’s Stadium)
1 August v Roma (Busch Stadium, St Louis)
7 August v FSV Mainz 05 (Opel Arena)
International Champions Cup
27 July v Chelsea v (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
30 July v AC Milan (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
6 August v Barcelona (Wembley)

Manchester City (
20 July v Bayern Munich (Allianz Arena, Munich)
International Champions Cup
25 July v Manchester United (Bird’s Nest, Beijing)
28 July v Borussia Dortmund (Shenzhen)
7 August v Arsenal (Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg)

Manchester United (
International Champions Cup
22 July v Borussia Dortmund (Shanghai Stadium)
25 July v Manchester City (Bird’s Nest, Beijing)
Wayne Rooney testimonial
3 August v Everton (Old Trafford)

Middlesbrough (
9 July v York City (Bootham Crescent)
16 July v Doncaster Rovers (Keepmoat Stadium)
30 July v Aston Villa (Villa Park)

Southampton (
23 July v PEC Zwolle (TBC)
27 July v FC Twente (Q20 Stadium, Oldenzaal)
30 July v FC Groningen (Euroborg Stadium)
7 August v Athletic Bilbao (St Mary’s)

Stoke City (
16 July v Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium)
23 July v Preston North End (Deepdale)
27 July v Orlando City (Titan Soccer Complex, Florida)

Sunderland (
20 July v Hartlepool Utd (Victoria Park)
23 July v Rotherham Utd (AESSEAL New York Stadium)
25 July v Stade Nyonnais (venue TBC)
27 July v Dijon FCO (venue TBC)
30 July v Montpellier (venue TBC)
5 August v Borussia Dortmund (Cashpoint Arena, Altach, Austria)

Swansea City (
13 July v Charlotte Independence (Ramblewood Stadium, North Carolina)
16 July v Richmond Kickers (City Stadium, Virginia)
23 July v Bristol Rovers (Memorial Stadium)
27 July v Swindon Town (County Ground)
30 July Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux)
6 August v Stade Rennais (Liberty Stadium)

Tottenham Hotspur (
International Champions Cup
26 July v Juventus (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
29 July v Atletico Madrid (Melbourne Cricket Ground)

Watford (
10 July v Woking (Laithwaite Community Stadium)
14 July v Stevenage (Lamex Stadium)
30 July v Queens Park Rangers (Loftus Road)

West Bromwich Albion (
16 July Kidderminster Harriers (Aggborough)
21 July Vitesse Arnhem (GelreDome, Arnhem)
23 July PSV Eindhoven (GelreDome, Arnhem)
30 July v Plymouth Argyle (Home Park)
1 August v Torquay United (Plainmoor)

West Ham United (
5 July v Seattle Sounders (CenturyLink Field, Washington)
12 July v Carolina RailHawks (WakeMed Soccer Park, North Carolina)
28 July UEFA Europa League third qualifying round first leg
4 August UEFA Europa League third qualifying round second leg
7 August v Juventus, Stadium on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Further details can be found at the clubs respective websites.

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