Liverpool announce USA pre-season fixtures
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Liverpool announce USA pre-season fixtures

Liverpool announce USA pre-season fixtures

24 Apr 2019, 08:30

Liverpool will play Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting Lisbon in the USA in July as part of their 2019/20 pre-season preparations, the club have confirmed. 

The first game will be against Dortmund at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana on Friday, July 19th followed by a trip to Fenway Park on July 21 where they will play La Liga side, Sevilla.  

A match against Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon in New York on July 24th will be the last stop. 

"Pre-season tour is an important time of the year for our first team to prepare for the upcoming season, while also providing the opportunity to bring the first team to our fans around the world." Liverpool managing director Billy Hogan said in a statement

"We're heading to three incredible locations this year. Each of the stadiums has their own deep-rooted heritage similar to our own and we'll face three great opposition teams in Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting CP.

"This trip to the USA will be very special and we're really looking forward to having as many of our supporters with us along the way."

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