Manchester United will go to Bangkok, Melbourne, Perth, and Oslo during the summer of 2022 as part of their preseason preparations for the 2022-2023 season.
At the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand's capital city, the Red Devils will open their pre-season on July 12 with a match against their English rivals, Liverpool. The match will take place in Thailand.
The 20-time English champions will then make the trip to Australia to play Melbourne Victory in the A-League on July 15, followed by a match against Crystal Palace in the Premier League on July 19, both of which will take place in Melbourne. The Premier League match is scheduled for July 19.
The match between Man United and Aston Villa will take place at the Optus Stadium four days following Man United's game versus Palace.
The match against Atletico Madrid on July 30 will finish the preseason for Erik ten Hag's squad, and the new Premier League season will begin on August 6, exactly one week later.
Manchester United's football director John Murtough stated on the club's official website that "Preseason is such a key part of the squad's preparations for the next season. Following the announcement of the match against Atletico Madrid at the Ullevaal Stadium in Oslo, he continued by saying, "Preseason is such an important part of the club's schedule.
"Our players and coaching staff will enjoy the opportunity to perform in front of a crowded stadium of passionate Norwegian fans," as well as the opportunity to compete against an opponent of the level of Atletico Madrid.
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