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Everton have confirmed the first set of fixtures for the forthcoming pre-season calendar - which includes a return to the USA.

David Moyes' senior first team squad will return to training in July following their summer break.

The Blues will again be travelling to the United States as part of their pre-season preparations, with games in Chicago and Colorado confirmed.

It will be the fourth time in five years that Everton have chosen the United States as their pre-season destination.

Everton will take on MLS side Chicago Fire at the Toyota Park on Wednesday July 30 (kick-off 7.30pm) before travelling to Colorado to face fellow MLS outfit the Colorado Rapids on August 3.

The domestic leg of Everton's pre-season programme will get underway at Cambridge United on Saturday, July 19 (kick-off 3pm).

That will be followed by a trip to Preston North End for the third consecutive pre-season, with the Blues taking on Alan Irvine's men at Deepdale on Tuesday, July 22nd (kick-off 7.45pm).

The third game of that week will be played against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground on Friday, July 25 (kick-off 7.45pm).

Further details of Everton's pre-season fixture calendar will be revealed when games are confirmed by club officials.

For the latest ticket details, click here. More ticket news regarding the fixtures will be made available in the weeks ahead.

For official travel details for the game against Chicago and other pre-season fixtures, click here.

richard harris-listonIt would be great if we played in the south of England during pre season. Im a hard up, lifelong Evertonian and would love to see the boys without it costing the earth

Friday 20th June 11:35 Report Comment

Stephen BlaneyDo we have any pre-season games at home. Kids are missing seeing Everton playing, plus i know all kids enjoy the pre-season games. Congratulations to moyesy and the boys for doing so well last season and thanks MUFC for 2.5million on Rooney deal. David is an astute businessman as well as being a sound manager.

Thursday 5th June 21:50 Report Comment

Jan Keepinggreat think we will make the preston game cant wait

Tuesday 3rd June 23:23 Report Comment

Rob Hughesi think the fixtures are good a game against alan irvine would b grt am glad we get to face preston the games in the us cud of included la galaxy ow gd wud that of bin

Tuesday 3rd June 12:33 Report Comment

Paul BatesI agree! would love to see the blues down under for a tour of Oz and NZ. Would love to see the Blues in New Zealand, and would be good for the game here too.

Tuesday 3rd June 02:40 Report Comment

Michael SetterbergI will try to make the Colorado match. The Rapids have a partnership with Arsenal so always good to see them lose.

Monday 2nd June 21:15 Report Comment

Dave Frodshamwould love to c the blues come down under to play as i am a life long fan would be good for the game in oz

Monday 2nd June 09:57 Report Comment

Thomas DaviesI'd love a game against Celtic, I couldn't get there last time, was absolutely gutted, Tranmere's another I'd like to see.

Monday 2nd June 00:52 Report Comment

Anthony JamesThat sounds great to watch on TV but i really think you should come down to Australia One day as we seen when LA GALAXY came down it was a sell out and i know it would be to if Everton came down so you should think of that for the near future plus it would also help Football get more popular here seeing Professionals at work

Sunday 1st June 23:42 Report Comment

Aaron JacobsI am chuffed with the cambridge match because I live round there and it will be nice to just pop down and see them instead of driving five hours

Sunday 1st June 10:36 Report Comment

Karen WoodburyWouldn't it be great if the seniors came to New England the same time the Academy boys visited in New England! Make the trip and play the Revolution!

Sunday 1st June 03:16 Report Comment

James HendersonGreat ill get 2 c all those games cant wait

Saturday 31st May 20:03 Report Comment

robert mcgolpingutted we arent playing tranmere another year of abuse off them after the 3-0 result =[

Saturday 31st May 17:01 Report Comment

Dan Mooneythats quality, i live near cambridge and half my family support them. i knew it was gonna happen because it was part of the ruddy deal.

Saturday 31st May 12:36 Report Comment

Tiernan CurranIt would be good to see them play a couple of Irish teams, Like Cliftonville!!

Saturday 31st May 11:39 Report Comment

kieran millsim not bovered who we play...!! as long as we dont get any of our quality players injured for the start of next season.. (there all quality) couldnt care less wether we played wrexham or real madrid...!!

Saturday 31st May 09:57 Report Comment

Chris MurtaghWerder Bremen was really good last season; seeing Diego in the flesh was amazing. Hamburg would be a good game, if Van Der Vaart stays there, would also mean Martin Jol would return. The one problem with German fans is they sing You'll Never Walk Alone....

Saturday 31st May 02:40 Report Comment

david shillitocant wait to see the boys at forest

Friday 30th May 20:22 Report Comment

Igor VeigaGood luck, Toffees!

Friday 30th May 18:41 Report Comment

Chris HalsallGet in i live in Cambridge... i can see all our new stars, Joe, Dudu, Joaquin, Johnson, Ronaldinho, Kaka, Ronaldo, Torres, Ramos!

Friday 30th May 18:25 Report Comment

Michael Liptrotgutted.. had fingers crossed for LA galaxy why im there at the end of july..

Friday 30th May 16:56 Report Comment

John RileyThey will be some good games and once again we r playing preston

Friday 30th May 16:48 Report Comment

Paul BrownbillI'd like to see some high profile european clubs from spain and italy.

Friday 30th May 16:36 Report Comment


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