Chelsea pre-season fixtures: Who do Jose Mourinho's men play before the Premier League starts?
A look at every pre-season fixture involving Chelsea
Wednesday 23 July 2014
Jose Mourinho and his Chelsea side have arguably the most straight forward of per-season schedules of the big sides.
The Blues play few house-hold names and are keeping their travelling to within Europe.
Having beat Wycombe Wanderers and AFC Wimbledon, scoring eight times in doing so, to start things off, Chelsea begin a trip around the continent.
After playing in five different countries within 19 days, Mourinho's men finish things off with a game against Real Sociedad at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea begin their Premier League campaign against Burnley in the first Monday night fixture of the season.
Check out their schedule below...
Wednesday July 23: RZ Pellets, Klagenfurt Stadium, Austria
Sunday July 27: NK Olimpija Ljubljana, Stozice Stadium, Slovenia
Wednesday July 30: Vitesse Arnhem, Arnhem Stadium, Netherlands
Sunday August 3: Werder Bremen, Wesser Stadium, Germany
Sunday August 10: Ferencvaros, Stadion Albert Florian, Hungary
Tuesday August 12: Real Sociedad, Stamford Bridge
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