STOKE ON TRENT, ENGLAND - MAY 15: The new Premier League logo is seen on the Stoke City shirt prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Stoke City and West Ham United at the Britannia Stadium on May 15, 2016 in Stoke on Trent, England. (Photo by Dave Thompson/Getty Images)

As the European domestic season winds down, lets take a look at where all the 20 Premier League clubs will be around the world during the off-season and who they'll be playing.

Zero Striker will keep you updated as clubs confirm more friendlies.

Note: Hull City are yet to confirm their pre-season plans

AFC Bournemouth

29 July v Reading (Madejski Stadium)

30 July v Cardiff City (Vitality Stadium)


28 July v AT&T All-Stars (Avaya Stadium, San Jose)

31 July v Chivas de Guadalajara (StubHub Center, LA)


19 July v Morecambe (Globe Arena)

23 July v Bradford City (Coral Windows Stadium)

26 July v Bolton (Macron Stadium)


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)

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)


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)

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

International Champions Cup

25 July v Manchester United (Bird's Nest, Beijing)

28 July v Borussia Dortmund (Shenzhen)

Manchester United

International Champions Cup

22 July v Borussia Dortmund (Shanghai Stadium)

25 July v Manchester City (Bird's Nest, Beijing)


30 July v Aston Villa (Villa Park)

Swansea City

23 July v Bristol Rovers (Memorial Stadium)

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)

West Bromwich Albion

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