Everton To Play In Indonesia
Everton will face Galatasaray and Indonesia or Malaysia in July.
David Moyes will take his Everton side to play in the 2012 Java Cup in Indonesia as part of their preparations for the Premier League season.
The final piece in this summer's pre-season jigsaw was announced at a press conference in Jakarta on Wednesday morning with midfielder Marouane Fellaini in attendance to represent the Club.
The Blues will travel to the Indonesian capital to participate in a four-team tournament along with Turkish champions Galatasaray and sides representing both Malaysia and the host country.
The games will take place over a four-day period from July 26-29 at Jakarta's 88,000 capacity Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.
Everton will open the tournament against Galatasaray on July 26, kicking off at 9pm local time (3pm BST). The winners of that game will face the winners of the game between Indonesia and Malaysia. The two losers will play off for third place.
Supporters should note there will not be any official Club travel packages for the 2012 Java Cup Tournament.
Therefore the Club advises any supporters travelling independently to arrange appropriate travel insurance and to check with the British Embassy/Foreign Office for travel advice.
Important information from the FCO can be found on their website here.