Premier League Pre-Season Fixtures And Results 2021

Pre season Friendlies Premier League La Liga Serie A

All clubs will play pre-season friendlies ahead of the 2020/21 season. Find out when your team is playing and keep up with the latest results. Click the links for the highlights of the games Arsenal Hibernian 2-1 Arsenal - Tuesday, July 13, Easter Road, 10.30 pm Rangers 2-2 Arsenal - Saturday, July 17, Ibrox, 6.30 pm Arsenal vs Inter Milan - Monday, July 26, Camping World Stadium, Florida, 3.30 am Arsenal vs Everton/Millonarios - Thursday, July 29, Camping World Stadium, Florida, kick-off time TBC Arsenal vs Chelsea - Sunday, August 1, Emirates Stadium, 7.30 pm Tottenham vs Arsenal - Sunday, August 8, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, 7.30 pm Chelsea Arsenal vs Chelsea - Sunday, August 1, Emirates Stadium, 7.30 pm Chelsea vs Tottenham - Monday, August 5, Stamford Bridge, 12.15 am Chelsea

Premier League pre-season fixtures & results 2018

Pre Season Fixtures 2018

The 2018-19 Premier League season kicks off on 10 August, but before then clubs will travel the globe for a host of high-profile and intriguing friendlies. Keep track of all the Premier League sides' pre-season fixtures with our club-by-club guide. Arsenal 14 July: Boreham Wood 0-8 Arsenal (Meadow Park) 26 July: Arsenal 1-1 Atletico Madrid (1-3 penalties) (Singapore Sports Hub) 28 July: Arsenal 5-1 Paris St-Germain (Singapore Sports Hub) 1 August: Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea (6-5 penalties) (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) 4 August: Arsenal 2-0 Lazio (Friends Arena, Stockholm) Bournemouth 14 July: Sevilla 1-1 Bournemouth (La Manga) 20 July: Levante 4-3 Bournemouth (La Manga) 27 July: Bristol City 1-1 Bournemouth (Ashton Gate) 28 July: Nottingham Forest 2-0 Bournemouth (City Ground) 3 August: Bournemouth 0-2 Real Betis (Vitality Stadium) 4 August: Bournemouth 5-2 Marseille (Vitality Stadium) Brighton 14 July: St Gallen 1-1 Brighton (Kybunpark) 21 July: AFC Wimbledon 2-1 Brighton (Cherry Red Records Stadium) 24 July: Charlton Athletic 1-1 Brighton (The Valley) 28 July: Birmingham City 1-1 Brighton (St Andrew's Stadium) 3 August: Brighton