蘇格蘭超級聯賽的俱樂部都在為季前賽做什麼?

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蘇格蘭超級聯賽的俱樂部都在為季前賽做什麼?

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護照已經被擦掉了,50因子的防曬霜也裝好了。蘇格蘭超級聯賽的俱樂部都去了陽光明媚的地方,但等待他們的是艱苦的季前賽,而不是在海灘上的懶散。

新的戰役只剩下幾周時間,對於大多數頂級俱樂部來說,今年夏天將是自2020年Covid-19大流行之前的第一個海外季前賽。

那麼,誰會去哪裡,他們將面對哪些球隊?

經理吉姆-古德溫監督他的第一個阿伯丁季前賽,因為該俱樂部試圖改善上個學期令人沮喪的聯賽第十名的成績。

在與Buckie Thistle(6月25日)和Brechin City(7月6日)的友誼賽之前,Dons將在西班牙進行為期一周的訓練營。

7月10日,他們將在聯賽杯上客場挑戰彼得黑德。

凱爾特人最後一次出國參加訓練營--2021年1月在迪拜進行的臭名昭著的季中休息--就像它得到的那樣災難性。

然而,在10連勝失敗時的那場混亂現在已經成為遙遠的記憶,聯賽冠軍已經被奪回。蘇格蘭冠軍沒有聯賽杯或歐洲預選賽,這意味着他們的第一場比賽將是7月31日在主場對阿伯丁的英超衛冕戰的開始。

Ange Postecoglou的球隊將在下月初前往奧地利停留10天,並在7月6日和9日進行比賽,據說後者的對手是維也納快速隊,然後在7月13日面對捷克共和國的Banik Ostrava。

回到格拉斯哥,凱爾特人將在7月16日與布萊克本流浪者相遇,然後在四天後與華沙萊吉亞在波蘭的友誼賽中向他們的崇拜英雄前門將阿圖爾-博魯克致敬。

波斯特科格魯的球隊將於7月23日在凱爾特人公園完成對諾維奇城的季前賽計劃。

作為蘇格蘭的歐洲代表之一,鄧迪聯隊被免除了聯賽杯第一輪的任務。

周一任命傑克-羅斯為主教練的曼聯正計劃進行短期的季前巡迴賽,並將在7月初進行兩場閉門比賽。

亞歷克斯-尼爾的桑德蘭在7月16日前往坦納迪斯參加一場友誼賽--然後曼聯在7月23日客場面對斯科特-布朗的弗利特伍德鎮。

在7月30日客場對陣基爾馬諾克的英超揭幕戰之後,曼聯將在8月4日參加歐洲會議聯盟第三輪資格賽的首輪比賽。

新賽季對赫茨來說來得太快了,他們已經打破了他們的季票銷售記錄,已經賣出了15000張票,狂熱地期待着保證小組賽階段的歐洲足球。

為了使自己處於最佳狀態,歐洲聯賽附加賽的參賽者將在6月的最後一周在馬拉加訓練,並在6月30日與直布羅陀球隊歐羅巴比賽。隨後在7月5日客場對陣東法夫的友誼賽。

羅比-尼爾森的球隊在聯賽杯的第一輪比賽中獲得了緩衝,並將在7月13日和20日分別訪問特蘭米爾流浪者和普雷斯頓北區進行友誼賽。

7月30日,他們在主場對羅斯郡開始他們的聯賽,8月18日是他們的附加賽的第一回合。

希伯斯已經開始了他們在新經理李-約翰遜領導下的第一次季前賽,並將在6月底/7月初前往阿爾加維。

在葡萄牙期間,復活節路隊將在友誼賽中對陣保羅-哈特利的哈特爾浦聯隊(6月29日)和伯頓阿爾比恩(7月1日)。

然後,希伯斯將在7月9日主場對陣克萊德的聯賽杯比賽中揭開序幕,並在7月24日主場對陣諾維奇城的友誼賽中。

約翰遜的球隊在7月30日開始他們的聯賽征程,客場挑戰聖約翰斯通。

在缺席一年後重返頂級聯賽,冠軍得主Killie已經在Largs訓練了一段時間,並在7月9日對Fraserburgh進行了他們的第一場聯賽杯比賽。

在此之前,他們將在主場對陣南方女王(6月21日),客場對陣福柯克(6月24日),林肯紅魔(6月28日)和查爾頓競技(7月1日),兩者都在西班牙,加上7月5日鄧弗姆林競技客場。

在7月2日和5日在托尼-馬卡洛尼競技場與格林諾克-莫頓和林立斯高-羅斯進行友誼賽之前,英超中堅力量利維將在西班牙的穆爾西亞進行訓練。

7月9日,大衛-馬丁代爾的球隊開始他們的聯賽杯運動,客場挑戰阿爾比恩流浪者。

一個良好的開端是馬瑟韋爾的目標,因為他們試圖通過首次進入歐洲小組賽來開闢新天地。

歐洲會議聯賽預選賽將在7月初前往奧地利的奧伯特拉恩,季前賽的比賽仍有待確認。

鋼人隊在7月21日的第二輪預選賽第一回合中對陣巴拉鎮或斯萊戈流浪者。

Giovanni van Bronckhorst的蘇格蘭杯冠軍將在下個月來到阿爾加夫,並於7月9日在葡萄牙對陣桑德蘭。

回到英國,英超亞軍將在7月16日訪問布萊克浦,然後在7月19日主場對陣大衛-莫耶斯的西漢姆聯隊,四天後托特納姆熱刺將訪問伊布羅克斯。

在7月30日客場對陣利文斯頓的聯賽開始後,格拉斯哥流浪者將在8月2日或3日進行冠軍聯賽第三輪資格賽的第一回合比賽。

Staggies--帶着三個新簽約的球員--將於周六飛往維羅納,在一個擁有 "七個球場以及游泳池、健身房和治療室 "的設施中進行為期一周的訓練。看中了。

回來後,馬基-麥凱的球隊將在7月6日的季前友誼賽中對陣布魯拉流浪者隊。

7月9日,他們將在聯賽杯的比賽中客場挑戰Buckie Thistle。

聖約翰斯通隊在避免降級後--在附加賽中戰勝了因弗內斯-喀里多尼亞薊馬--本周末將前往穆爾西亞為新賽季做準備。

一旦回到珀斯,他們將在7月9日的友誼賽中主場迎戰科夫流浪者,並於7月12日在主場對安南競技開始他們的聯賽杯比賽。

誰需要陽光明媚的西班牙,當你可以擁有,呃,北愛爾蘭?

經理斯蒂芬-羅賓遜帶着他的球隊去他的祖國貝爾法斯特參加訓練營,在那裡他們6月27日對陣十字軍,7月2日對陣林菲爾德。

聖米倫的賽季開始了,7月9日在主場對陣阿布魯斯的聯賽杯比賽。


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The passports have been dusted off and the factor 50 sunblock packed. Scottish Premiership clubs are off to sunnier climes, but it's a gruelling pre-season slog rather than lazing on the beach that awaits.

The new campaign is barely weeks away and, for the majority of top-flight clubs, this summer will be the first pre-season abroad since before the Covid-19 pandemic took hold in 2020.

So who is going where and which sides will they be facing?

Manager Jim Goodwin oversees his first Aberdeen pre-season as the club bid to improve on last term's dismal 10th-place league finish.

The Dons will have a week's training camp in Spain before friendly matches with Buckie Thistle (25 June) and Brechin City (6 July).

They open their League Cup campaign away to Peterhead on 10 July.

Celtic's last trip abroad for a training camp - the infamous mid-season break to Dubai in January 2021 - is about as calamitous as it gets.

However, that chaos amid the failed 10-in-a-row bid is now a distant memory and the league title has been reclaimed. The Scottish champions have no League Cup or European qualifiers to contend with, meaning their first competitive match will be the beginning of their Premiership defence at home to Aberdeen on 31 July.

Ange Postecoglou's side will travel to Austria for a 10-day stay early next month and play matches on 6 and 9 July, the latter reportedly against Rapid Vienna, then face Banik Ostrava in the Czech Republic on 13 July.

Back in Glasgow, Celtic will meet Blackburn Rovers on 16 July before paying tribute to their cult hero former goalkeeper, Artur Boruc, in a friendly with Legia Warsaw in Poland four days later.

Postecoglou's men complete their pre-season programme against Norwich City at Celtic Park on 23 July.

As one of Scotland's European representatives, Dundee United are excused from League Cup first-round duty.

United, who appointed Jack Ross as head coach on Monday, are planning a short pre-season tour and will play two closed doors games in early July.

Alex Neil's Sunderland travel to Tannadice for a friendly on 16 July - then United face Scott Brown's Fleetwood Town away on 23 July.

After their Premiership opener away to Kilmarnock on 30 July, United play in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round first leg on 4 August.

The new season can't come quickly enough for Hearts, who have smashed their season-ticket sales record with 15,000 already sold in fevered anticipation of guaranteed group-stage European football.

To get themselves in peak shape, the Europa League play-off participants will spend the last week of June training in Malaga and play Gibraltar side Europa on 30 June. A friendly away to East Fife on 5 July follows.

Robbie Neilson's side have a bye in the first round of the League Cup and will visit Tranmere Rovers and Preston North End for friendly matches on 13 and 20 July respectively.

They start their league campaign at home to Ross County on 30 July, with the first leg of their play-off on 18 August.

Hibs have started their first pre-season under new manager Lee Johnson and will head to the Algarve for the end of June/start of July.

While in Portugal, the Easter Road side will take on Paul Hartley's Hartlepool United (29 June) and Burton Albion (1 July) in friendly matches.

Hibs then open their League Cup campaign at home to Clyde on 9 July and host Norwich City in a friendly on 24 July.

Johnson's side begin their league campaign away to St Johnstone on 30 July.

Returning to the top-flight after a year's absence, Championship winners Killie have already spent time training in Largs and play their first League Cup match away to Fraserburgh on 9 July.

Prior to that, they will face Queen of the South behind closed doors at home (21 June), Falkirk away (24 June), Lincoln Red Imps (28 June) and Charlton Athletic (1 July), both in Spain, plus Dunfermline Athletic away on 5 July.

Premiership stalwarts Livi will spend time training in Murcia, Spain, late this month before meeting Greenock Morton and Linlithgow Rose in friendlies at Tony Macaroni Arena on 2 and 5 July.

David Martindale's side start their League Cup campaign away to Albion Rovers on 9 July.

A flying start is Motherwell's aim as they attempt to break new ground by reaching the European groups for the first time.

The Europa Conference League qualifiers will travel to Obertraun, Austria, in early July, with pre-season matches still to be confirmed.

The Steelmen take on Bala Town or Sligo Rovers in the second qualifying round first leg on 21 July.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst's Scottish Cup winners will be in the Algarve next month and play Sunderland on 9 July in Portugal.

Back in the UK, the Premiership runners-up visit Blackpool on 16 July then host David Moyes' West Ham United on 19 July before Tottenham Hotspur visit Ibrox four days later.

After starting their league campaign on 30 July away to Livingston, Rangers will play the first leg of their Champions League third qualifying round on 2 or 3 August.

The Staggies - with three new signings in tow - are jetting out to Verona on Saturday for a week-long camp at a facility boasting "seven pitches and also pools, gyms and therapy suites". Fancy.

Upon their return, Malky Mackay's men will take on Brora Rangers in a pre-season friendly away on 6 July.

County open their League Cup campaign, also away from home, against Buckie Thistle on 9 July.

Having avoided relegation by the skin of their teeth - a play-off win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle - St Johnstone are off to Murcia this weekend to prepare for the new campaign.

Once back in Perth, they host Cove Rangers in a friendly on 9 July and start their League Cup campaign at home to Annan Athletic on 12 July.

Who needs sunny Spain when you can have, er, Northern Ireland?

Manager Stephen Robinson takes his squad to his homeland for a training camp in Belfast, where they face Crusaders on 27 June and Linfield on 2 July.

St Mirren's season gets under way with a League Cup tie at home to Arbroath on 9 July.

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