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Tottenham pre-season on TV: Fixtures, dates and UK times

Check out how to watch Tottenham's pre-season fixtures, including TV details and more.

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Published: Tuesday, 12th July 2022 at 3:30 pm
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Tottenham are doing that thing again. Tongues are wagging, eyebrows are rising, expectations are blossoming and across the football world, people are starting to believe they could be genuine dark horse title contenders in 2022/23.

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Antonio Conte is a born winner and he returns to the grind this year armed with more weapons than Spurs could fit into one XI this year.

The formidable duo of Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min remain in tact, and they will be joined permanently by last season's loan superstar Dejan Kulusevski, £60m man Richarlison and veteran superstar Ivan Perisic.

With Tottenham back in the Champions League, Conte will want his players competing for both European and domestic silverware in 2022/23 and a strong pre-season can help them do that.

Their schedule will take them to South Korea, Scotland and Israel before they're back to host Southampton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the Premier League's opening weekend.

For more football features check out: Best players in the Premier League 2022 | Best football players in the world 2022

Tottenham pre-season fixtures: Dates and times

All UK time. Live coverage on SPURSPLAY. More details below.

Wednesday 13th July

Team K League v Tottenham (12pm) - World Cup Stadium, Seoul

Saturday 16th July

Tottenham v Sevilla (12pm) - World Cup Stadium, Suwon

Saturday 23rd July

Rangers v Tottenham (1pm) - Ibrox, Glasgow

Saturday 30th July

Tottenham v Roma (7:15pm) - Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa

How to watch Tottenham pre-season on TV

Tottenham fans are in luck as every one of their pre-season games will be broadcast live on their new platform SPURSPLAY.

Supporters must pay a £45 annual fee to sign up, which is reduced to £35 for season ticket holders, but the pre-season coverage will be available via the website and app.

The first two matches of Tottenham's pre-season tour – against Team K League in Seoul and Sevilla in Suwon – will not be available in Asia via SPURSPLAY.

If you’re looking for something else to watch check out our TV Guide or visit our Sport hub.

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