FF247 FPL Pre Season Hub 2022/23 – Fantasy Football 247

FF247 FPL Pre Season Hub 2022/23

Welcome to FF247 FPL Pre Season Hub 2022/23

In this season of a first ever winter World Cup, and hence an early start to the domestic football calendars across the European Continent, you could be forgiven for saying ….

“What, Pre Season games? Already?”

Last season only ‘ended’ 35 days ago domestically with the Champions League final in Paris. Still, Liverpool will be back in action a week on Tuesday against Manchester United in a friendly. In Thailand.

When you factor in that most players then had to go represent their country in World Cup, African Nations Cup or Nations League matches, then there truly is no break these days.

More FPL rotation than ever before, anyone? – that’s before you consider we now have 5 subs per team per game now. Ha!

But we at FF247 mirror those highly over paid athletes as we prepare for you our Pre Season Article for the 2022/23 season. As ever, all fixtures are listed below and we have a dedicated comment section for each of the 20 clubs.

We welcome back Nottingham Forest after their 23-year exile from top division football. From Burton to Berlin, they too, are gearing towards the weirdest season ever by getting in the miles on the clock.

Please feel free to post any exciting, useful or FPL related material or information for each team. This is an interactive article as always!

Your FF247 community will deliver you safely to the World Cup break. Nope! Just doesn’t sound right…..



July 8: Nurnberg, Max-Morlock-Stadion, Nuremberg
July 16: Everton, M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
July 20: Orlando City, Exploria Stadium, Orlando
July 23: Chelsea, Camping World Stadium, Orlando
July 30: Sevilla, Emirates Stadium

Aston Villa

July 9: Walsall, Poundland Bescot Stadium
July 17: Leeds, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
July 20: Brisbane Roar, Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville
July 23: Manchester United, Optus Stadium, Perth
July 30: Rennes, Roazhon Park, France


July 30: Real Sociedad, Vitality Stadium


July 9: Boreham Wood, Meadow Park
July 16: Stuttgart, Zeppelinstadion, Friedrichshafen
July 23: Wolfsburg, AOK Stadium
July 30: Real Betis, Brentford Community Stadium

Brighton & Hove Albion

July 9: Union Saint-Gilloise, Amex Elite Performance Centre
July 16: TBC, Estoril, Portugal
July 23: Reading, Select Car Leasing Stadium
July 26: Brentford, Amex Elite Performance Centre
July 30: Espanyol, Amex


July 16: Club America, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
July 20: Charlotte FC, Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte
July 23: Arsenal, Camping World Stadium, Orlando

Crystal Palace

July 2: Crystal Palace 1-1 Accrington Stanley
July 15: Liverpool, National Stadium, Singapore
July 19: Manchester United, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
July 22: Leeds United, Optus Stadium, Perth


July 16: Arsenal, M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
July 20: Minnesota United, Allianz Field, Minnesota


July 16: Nice, Estadio Algarve, Portugal
July 17: Benfica, Estadio Algarve, Portugal
July 24: Estoril, Estadio Antonio Coimbra da Mota
July 31: Villarreal, Craven Cottage

Leeds United

July 7: Blackpool, York City
July 14: Brisbane Roar, Cbus Super Stadium, Robina, Queensland
July 17: Aston Villa, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
July 22: Crystal Palace, Optus Stadium, Perth
July 31: Cagliari, Elland Road

Leicester City

July 9: Notts County, Seagrave
July 16: OH Leuven, Den Dreef Stadium, Leuven
July 23: Derby County, Pride Park
July 23: Preston North End, Deepdale
July 31: Sevilla, King Power Stadium


July 12: Manchester United, Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok
July 15: Crystal Palace, National Stadium, Singapore
July 21: RB Leipzig, Red Bull Arena
July 27: Red Bull Salzburg, Red Bull Arena
July 30: Manchester City, King Power Stadium, Community Shield
July 31: Strasbourg, Anfield

Manchester City

July 21: Club America, NRG Stadium, Houston
July 24: Bayern Munich, Lambeau Field, Green Bay
July 30: Liverpool, King Power Stadium, Community Shield

Manchester United

July 12: Liverpool, Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok
July 15: Melbourne Victory, Melbourne Cricket Ground
July 19: Crystal Palace, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
July 23: Aston Villa, Optus Stadium, Perth
July 30: Atletico Madrid, Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
July 31: Rayo Vallecano, Old Trafford

Newcastle United

July 15: 1860 Munich, Saalfelden Arena
July 18: Mainz 05, Kufstein Arena
July 26: Benfica, Estadio da Luz
July 29: Atalanta, St James’ Park
July 30: Athletic Bilbao, St James’ Park

Nottingham Forest

July 8: Coventry City, Pinatar Arena, Murcia
July 12: Burton Albion, Pirelli Stadium
July 16: Barnsley, Oakwell
July 20: Hertha Berlin, Pirelli Stadium
July 23: Union Berlin, Stadion an der Alten Forsterei, Berlin


July 18: SK Austria Klagenfurt, Worthersee Stadium
July 23: Watford, Wealdstone FC, Ruislip
July 30: Villarreal, St Mary’s

Tottenham Hotspur

July 13: Team K League, Seoul World Cup Stadium, South Korea
July 16: Sevilla, Suwon World Cup Stadium, South Korea
July 23: Rangers, Ibrox
July 30: Roma, Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa, Israel

West Ham United

July 8: Servette, Stade de Geneve, Switzerland
July 12: Ipswich Town, Portman Road
July 12: Boreham Wood, Meadow Park
July 16: Reading, Select Car Leasing Stadium
July 19: Rangers, Ibrox
July 23: Luton Town, Kenilworth Road
July 30: RC Lens, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, France

Wolverhampton Wanderers

July 20: Deportivo Alaves, Camilo Cano Stadium, La Nucia, Spain
July 23: Besiktas, Camilo Cano Stadium, La Nucia, Spain
July 30: Sporting CP, Estadio Algarve, Portugal
July 31: SC Farense, Estadio Sao Luis, Portugal


Here’s that all important Fixture Tracker itself…



As for the season itself all you really need to know at this stage is that it begins on Friday August 5th at 8pm (most likely with an FPL deadline of 6.30pm). Which is a week earlier than usual, and that is because we will have a massive mid-season break of about 6 weeks due to the World Cup. The break begins after GW16 on November 14th. We then resume, rather bizzarely and abruptly, on Boxing Day, but that’s a discussion and an issue for another day!


Thanks for reading Fantasy Premier League Pre Season Hub 2022-3. This article was written by Gallant Pioneer.