Tottenham pre-season fixtures: Who do Spurs play before the Premier League starts?
A look at every pre-season fixture involving Tottenham
Wednesday 23 July 2014
Under new manager, Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham have decided to join several other big Premier League clubs by taking their pre-season games to America.
Spurs drew three all with Seattle in their first game since returning to action.
From there they skip between USA and Canada playing the best that the MLS has to offer.
Pochettino's men face off against Celtic in Finland before ending their pre-season back at White Hart Lane against Schalke.
Tottenham visit West Ham United on the opening day of the Premier League season.
Check out their schedule below...
Thursday July 24: Toronto, BMO Field
Sunday July 27: Chicago, Toyota Park
Saturday August 2: Celtic, Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Finland
Saturday August 9: Schalke, White Hart Lane
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