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Premier League clubs pre-season schedule: 2013/14

Yash Agrawal
1.71K   //    10 Jul 2013, 13:32 IST

The new Premier League season starts on the August 17. With many of the teams back to the training ground for the 2013-14 season preparations, here is the schedule of the pre-season matches that the clubs will be playing.


14 July: Indonesia All Stars (A)
17 July: Vietnam National Team (A)
d22 July: Nagoya Grampus Eight (A)
26 July: Urawa Red Diamonds (A)
3 August: Napoli, Emirates Cup (H)
4 August: Galatasaray, Emirates Cup (H)
10 August: Manchester City, Helsinki (N)

Aston Villa

10 July: SV Rodinghausen (A)
12 July: SC Paderborn (A)
14 July: VFL Bochum (A)
20 July: Wycombe Wanderers (A)
23 July: Luton Town (A)
26 July: Crewe Alexandra (A)
31 July: Walsall (A)
4 August: Shamrock Rovers (A)
10 August: Malaga (H)

Cardiff City

24 July: Forest Green Rovers (A)
27 July: Cheltenham Town (A)
30 July: Brentford (A)
3 August: A.C Chievo Verona (H)
10 August: Athletic Bilbao (H)


17 July: Thai All Stars (A)
21 July: Malaysia All Stars (A)
25 July: Indonesia All Stars (A)
1 August: Inter Milan, International Champions Cup, USA (N)
4 August: AC Milan or Valencia, International Champions Cup, USA (N)
6/7 August: TBC, International Champions Cup, USA (N)


Crystal Palace

20 July: Dagenham & Redbridge (A)
23 July: Gillingham (A)
27 July: Crawley Town (A)
3 August: Waterford (A)
6 August: Dulwich Hamlet (A)




30 July: Juventus, International Champions Cup, USA (N)
3 August: Real Madrid or LA Galaxy, International Champions Cup, USA (N)
6/7 August: TBC, International Champions Cup, USA (N)
11 August: Real Betis (H)


14 July: C.S. Cartagines, Costa Rica tour (N)
17 July: L.D. Alajuelense, Costa Rica tour (N)
20 July: Deportivo Saprissa S.A.D, Costa Rica tour (N)
28 July: Werder Bremen (A)
5 August: Real Betis (H)
10 August: Parma (H)

Hull City

15 July: North Ferriby United (A)
15 July: Winterton Rangers v Hull City XI (A)
20 July: Sheffield Wednesday, Portugal (N)
23 July: Sporting Braga (N)
27 July: Birmingham City (A)
29 July: Peterborough United (A)
10 August: Real Betis (H)


13 July: Preston North End (A)
20 July: Indonesia XI (A)
24 July: Melbourne Victory (A)
27 July: Thailand National Team (A)
3 August: Olympiacos (H)
7 August: Valerenga (A)
10 August: Celtic (A)

Manchester City

14 July: Kaizer Chiefs or Orlando Pirates (TBC) (A)
18 July: Kaizer Chiefs or Orlando Pirates (TBC) (A)
24 July: South China, Barclays Asia Trophy (N)
27 July: Tottenham Hotspur/Sunderland, Barclays Asia Trophy (N)
31 July: AC Milan – Audi Cup, Munich (N)
1 August: Bayern Munich/Sao Paulo – Audi Cup, Munich (N)
10 August: Arsenal, Helsinki (N)

Manchester United

13/14 July: Singha All Stars (A)
20 July: A-League All Stars (A)
23 July: Yokohama F. Marinos (A)
26 July: Cerezo Osaka (A)
29 July: Kitchee FC (A)
6 August: AIK Stockholm (A)
9 August: Sevilla (H) – Rio Ferdinand’s testimonial

Newcastle United

16 July: Motherwell (A)
20 July: Rio Ave (A)
23 July: Pacos de Ferreira (A)
28 July: Blackpool (A)
30 July: St Mirren (A)
10 August: SC Braga (H)

Norwich City

18 July: Club Dorados de Sinaloa, USA Tour (N)
20 July: San Jose Earthquakes, USA Tour (N)
24 July: Portland Timbers, USA Tour (N)
30 July: Brighton & Hove Albion (A)
2 August: Sporting Braga (A)
10 August: Panathinaikos (H)


17 July: UE Llagostera (A)
20 July: Palamós CF (A)
24 July: FC Schalke 04 (N)
27 July: Be?ikta? J.K (N)
3 August: Celta Vigo (A)
10 August: Real Sociedad (H)

Stoke City

24 July: Houston Dynamo, USA tour (A)
27 July: FC Dallas, USA tour (A)
31 July: Philadelphia Union, USA tour (A)
4 August: Wrexham (A)
10 August: Genoa (H)


24 July: Tottenham Hotspur, Barclays Asia Trophy (N)
27 July: Manchester City/South China, Barclays Asia Trophy (N)

Swansea City

6 July: FC Gravenzande (A) 0-2 (Ki, Hernandez)
7 July: Excelsior Maassluis (A) 1-5 (Lamah, Donnolly, Pozuelo, Gorre, Dyer)
10 July: Haaglandia (A)
13 July: ADO Den Haag (A)
19 July: Yeovil Town (A)
21 July: Exeter City (A)
27 July: Reading (A)
13 August: Manchester United, Alan Tate’s Testimonial (H)

Tottenham Hotspur

16 July: Swindon Town (A)
19 July: Colchester United (A)
24 July: Sunderland, Barclays Asia Trophy (N)
27 July: Manchester City/South China, Barclays Asia Trophy (N)
31 July: Milton Keynes Dons (A)
3 August: Monaco (A)
7 August: Cambridge City (A)
10 August: RCD Espanyol (H)

West Bromwich Albion

13 July: Tamworth v West Brom XI (H)
18 July: Hannover 96 (A)
20 July: Hereford United v West Brom XI (A)
22 July: Puskas FC Academy (A)
27 July: Derby County (A)
6 August: Cork City (A)
10 August: Bologna (H)

West Ham United

7 July: Cork City (A) 2-6 (Diarra, Cole, Taylor, McCallum, Noble, Morrison)
13 July: AFC Bournemouth (A)
16 July: Colchester United (A)
20 July: FSV Mainz 05 (A)
23 July: Hamburger SV (A)
27 July: Eintracht Braunschweig (A)
10 August: Pacos de Ferreira (H)

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Yash Agrawal
A Liverpool fan to the core, I want Liverpool to win the Premier League atleast once before Gerrard retires and i believe there is no better sportsperson in this world than Rahul Dravid.
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