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The Premier League season is fast approaching, which means the teams are busy working on their preparations for the new campaign. For Manchester United, it means a return to overseas pre-season tournaments.

Manchester United Pre-Season 2022: How to Watch, Match Calendar and more

Manchester United pre-season 2022

After a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, Man Utd are back on the road to pre-season, now that global travel has been allowed more.

It’s been a tough season for United – finishing in sixth place, 11 points behind Champions League places – and Red Devils fans will be desperate for signs of improvement now that Erik ten Hag has taken the reins.

Man Utd start their 2022 pre-season campaign with a trip to Thailand, where they will take on Liverpool on July 12 at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok.

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They will then travel to Australia for a series of matches between 15 July and 23 July against Melbourne Victory, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa.

A clash with Atletico Madrid on July 30 will be United’s last overseas friendly match before Erik ten Hag rounds off the pre-season with his first outing at Old Trafford against Rayo Vallecano.

Here’s everything you need to know to follow Man Utd’s pre-season plans for 2022/23.

Man Utd Pre-Season 2022: Match program

July 12 – Liverpool, at 14.00 BST (Rajamangala Stadium, Thailand)

July 15 – Melbourne Victory, at 11.05 BST (Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia)

July 19 – Crystal Palace, at 11.10 BST (Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia)

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July 23 – Aston Villa, at 10.45 BST (Optus Stadium, Australia)

July 30 – Atletico Madrid, at 13.00 BST (Ullevaal Stadium, Norway)

July 31 – Rayo Vallecano, TBC (Old Trafford, England)

Man Utd Pre-Season 2022: How to watch TV

Red Devils fans can follow the action from abroad by tuning in to MUTV. Live coverage for subscribers will be shown, while there will also be build and action on the Manchester United app.

Domestic broadcasting rights mean that followers living in Thailand and Australia will not be able to follow the coverage on MUTV.

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