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Premier League pre-season: Latest fixtures and results for 2019

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Premier League pre-season 2019 fixtures and results: Keep track of your side’s progress during the summer including Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and the other top flight teamsManchester United will face Tottenham Hotspur and old rivals Leeds UnitedJurgen Klopp takes Liverpool to face former side Borussia Dortmund in USAReds may add minor trophies to cabinet with Super Cup and Community Shield Keep track of all the summer's pre-season friendlies and results with Sportsmail SUMMER ESSENTIALS

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The wait to see the Premier League's biggest stars to kick a ball in anger may have to wait until August.

But that does not mean they are completely out of action until the start of the new campaign, with the usual pre-season tours and friendlies once again dominating the height of summer.

So whether your team is jetting it abroad to play in the International Champions Cup or just playing that local team from down the road, keep track of all the pre-season fixtures and results with out handy guide. 

All kick-off time and dates BST

Arsenal's new star Gabriel Martinelli netted against Colorado Rapids on his pre-season debut

July 16: Colorado Rapids (Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Colorado) - won 3-0

July 18: Bayern Munich (International Champions' Cup - Dignity Health Sports Park, California) - won 2-1

July 20: Fiorentina (International Champions' Cup - Bank of America Stadium, North Carolina) - won 3-0

July 24: Real Madrid (International Champions' Cup - FedExField, Maryland) - drew 2-2 (lost 2-3 on pens)

July 28: Lyon (Emirates Stadium) - lost 1-2

July 31: Angers (Stade Raymond Kopa, Angers) - drew 1-1 (won 4-3 on pens)

August 4: Barcelona (Gamper Trophy - Nou Camp, Barcelona) - lost 1-2

July 18: Minnesota United (Allianz Field, Minneapolis) - won 3-0

July 21: Shrewsbury Town (Montgomery Waters Meadow) - won 1-0

July 24: Walsall (Banks's Stadium) - won 5-1

July 27: Charlton Athletic (The Valley) - won 4-1

August 3: RB Leipzig (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig) - won 3-1

July 16: AFC Wimbledon (La Manga Club Football Centre) - won 3-2

July 20: Girona (Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, Barcelona) - lost 1-2

July 26: West Bromwich Albion (The Hawthorns) - drew 0-0

July 27: Brentford (Griffin Park) - won 3-1

August 2: Lazio (Vitality Stadium) - lost 3-4

August 3: Lyon (Vitality Stadium) - won 3-0

July 13: Liefering (Sportplatz Bischofshofen, Bischofshofen) - won 5-2 

July 20: Fulham (EBB Stadium) 3pm - lost 1-2

July 27:  Birmingham City (St Andrew's) - won 4-0

August 2: Valencia (Bruno tribute match - AMEX Stadium) - won 2-1

July 20: Crewe Alexandra (Gresty Road) - lost 0-1

July 20: Port Vale (Vale Park) - won 3-1

July 23: Fleetwood Town (Highbury Stadium) - won 2-0

July 27: Wigan Athletic (DW Stadium) - drew 2-2

July 30: Nice (Turf Moor) - won 6-1

August 3: Parma (Turf Moor) - won 2-0

Michy Batshuayi (second right) scored in Frank Lampard's first game as Chelsea manager

July 10: Bohemians (Dalymount Park, Dublin) - drew 1-1

July 13: St Patrick's (Richmond Park, Dublin) - won 4-0

July 19: Kawasaki Frontale (Nissan Stadium, Yokohama) - lost 0-1

July 23: Barcelona (Rakuten Cup - Saitama Stadium) - won 2-1

July 28: Reading (Madejski Stadium) - won 4-3

July 31: RB Salzburg (Red Bull Arena, Salzburg) - won 5-3

August 3: Borussia Monchengladbach (Borussia Park, Monchengladbach) - drew 2-2 

August 14: Liverpool (UEFA Super Cup - Vodafone Park, Istanbul) 8pm 

July 9: Luzern (Uhrencup - Tissot Arena, Bern) - drew 1-1 (won 6-5 on pens)

July 13: Young Boys (Uhren Cup - Stadium Neufeld, Bern) - lost 0-2

July 16: Barnet (Hive Stadium) - lost 2-6

July 19: Nottingham Forest (City Ground) - lost 0-1

July 27: Bristol City (Ashton Gate) - won 5-0

July 30: AFC Wimbledon (Kingsmeadow Stadium) - drew 2-2

August 3: Hertha Berlin (Selhurst Park) - lost 0-4

July 7: Kariobangi Sharks (Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi) - drew 1-1 (lost 3-4 on pens)

July 14: Sion (Stade de la Morentz, Bagnes) - drew 0-0

July 19: Monaco (Stade de la Morentz, Bagnes) - won 1-0

July 24: Wigan Athletic (DW Stadium) - drew 0-0

July 27: Sevilla (Opel Cup - Opel Arena, Mainz) - lost 0-1

July 27: Mainz (Opel Cup - Opel Arena, Mainz) 0 - lost 1-3

August 3: Werder Bremen (Weser Stadium, Bremen) - drew 0-0

Everton drew their opening pre-season game before defeating Kariobangi Sharks on penalties

July 16: Scunthorpe United (Glanford Park) - won 1-0

July 20: Cheltenham Town (Jonny-Rocks Stadium) - won 2-1

July 23: Cambridge United (Abbey Stadium) - won 3-0

July 27: Stoke City (Bet365 Stadium) - won 2-1

July 27: Rotherham United (AESSEAL New York Stadium) - drew 2-2

August 2: Atalanta (King Power Stadium) - won 2-1

Liverpool made a flying start to pre-season with a 6-0 win over Tranmere Rovers

July 11: Tranmere Rovers (Prenton Park) - won 6-0

July 14: Bradford City (Northern Commercials Stadium) - won 3-1

July 20: Borussia Dortmund (Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana) - lost 2-3

July 21: Sevilla (Fenway Park, Massachusetts) - lost 1-2

July 25: Sporting Lisbon (Western Union Cup - Yankee Stadium, New York) - drew 2-2

July 28: Napoli (Murrayfield) - lost 0-3

July 31: Lyon (Stade de Geneve, Geneva) - won 3-1

August 4: Manchester City (Community Shield - Wembley Stadium) - drew 1-1 (lost 4-5 on pens

August 14: Chelsea (UEFA Super Cup - Vodafone Park, Istanbul) 8pm

July 17: West Ham United (Premier League Asia Trophy - Olympic Sports Centre, Nanjing) - won 4-1

July 20: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Premier League Asia Trophy - Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) - drew 0-0 (won 3-2 on pens)

July 24: Kitchee (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong) - won 6-1

July 27: Yokohama Marinos (EuroJapan Cup - Nissan Stadium, Yokohama) - won 3-1

August 4: Liverpool (Community Shield - Wembley Stadium) - drew 1-1 (won 5-4 on pens)

July 13: Perth Glory (Optus Stadium, Perth) - won 2-0

July 17: Leeds United (Optus Stadium, Perth) - won 4-0

July 20: Inter Milan (International Champions Cup - Singapore National Stadium, Kallang) - won 1-0

July 25: Tottenham Hotspur (International Champions Cup - Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) - won 2-1

July 30: Kristiansund (Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo) - won 1-0

August 3: AC Milan (International Champions Cup - Principality Stadium) - drew 2-2 (won 5-4 on pens) 

Manchester United started pre-season with a 2-0 win over Perth Glory in Australia

July 17: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Premier League Asia Trophy - Olympic Sports Centre, Nanjing) - lost 0-4

July 20: West Ham United (Premier League Asia Trophy - Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) - won 1-0

July 27: Preston North End (Deepdale) - lost 1-2

July 30: Hibernian (Easter Road) - won 3-1 

August 3: St Etienne (St James' Park) - won 2-1

July 14: Arminia Bielefeld (Energieversum Stadium, Gutersloh) - drew 2-2  

July 19: Schalke (Frimo Stadion, Lotte) - won 2-1

July 24: Brentford (Colney Training Centre) - lost 1-3

July 27: Luton Town (Kenilworth Road) - won 5-1

July 30: Atalanta (Carrow Road) - lost 1-4

August 3: Toulouse (Carrow Road) - won 1-0

July 12: Real Betis (Algarve Stadium, Algarve) - won 1-0

July 16: Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium) - lost 1-2

July 20: Northampton Town (PTS Academy Stadium) - won 2-0

July 23: Chesterfield (Proact Stadium) - won 5-0

July 27: Barnsley (Oakwell) - won 4-1

August 3: Stade Reims (Stade de Reims, Reims) - lost 1-3

July 14: Altach (Cashpoint Arena, Altach) - drew 1-1

July 20: Preston North End (Deepdale) - won 3-1

July 28: Feyenoord (De Kuip, Rotterdam) - won 3-1

August 3: Cologne (St Mary's) - won 2-0

July 21: Juventus (International Champions Cup - Singapore National Stadium, Kallang) - won 3-2

July 25: Manchester United (International Champions Cup - Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) - lost 1-2

July 30: Real Madrid (Audi Cup - Allianz Arena, Munich) - won 1-0

July 31: Bayern Munich (Audi Cup - Allianz Arena, Munich) - drew 2-2 (won 6-5 on pens)

August 4: Inter Milan (International Champions Cup - Tottenham Hotspur Stadium) - drew 1-1 (lost 3-4 on pens)

July 18: Ajax (Lichtenbergstrasse, Austria) - lost 1-2

July 20: Bayer Leverkusen (Sportplatzstrasse) - won 2-1

July 27: Queens Park Rangers (Loftus Road) - won 1-0

August 3: Real Sociedad (Vicarage Road) - won 2-1

West Ham United started pre-season in Austria with a 3-2 victory over Altach

July 11: Altach (Cashpoint Arena, Altach) - won 3-2

July 17: Manchester City (Premier League Asia Trophy - Olympic Sports Centre, Nanjing) - lost 1-4

July 20: Newcastle United (Premier League Asia Trophy - Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) - lost 0-1

July 27: Fulham (Craven Cottage) - won 1-0

July 31: Hertha Berlin (Sonnenseestadion, Ritzing) - won 5-3

August 3: Athletic Bilbao (Betway Cup - London Stadium) - drew 2-2

July 17: Newcastle United (Premier League Asia Trophy - Olympic Sports Centre, Nanjing) - won 4-0

July 20: Manchester City (Premier League Asia Trophy - Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) - drew 0-0 (won 3-2 on pens)

July 25: Crusaders (Europa League qualifier, Molineux) - won 2-0

August 1: Crusaders (Europa League qualifier, Seaview) - won 4-1

August 8: Pyunik (Europa League qualifier - Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium, Yerevan) - won 4-0

August 15: Pyunik (Europa League qualifier, Molineux) 8pm 

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