Barcelona has revealed its schedule for the summer as reports confirm the club trains at England’s St George’s Park facility.
Image: Barca celebrates a goal.
The team’s last visit to this same venue was during the 2014-15 season when Luis Enrique took over reigns as coach at Camp Nou.
Picture of St. George's park, England.
According to the report, Barca will use the FA-owned camp between July 25 – 30. After the games and preparations, they’ll travel to Ireland for their summer’s first friendly match.
The Spanish giant club is scheduled to play in the International Champions Cup against Celtic in Dublin on July 30. Preparations for the game as well as the summer season, will hold in Burton-on-Trent which is less than an hour from Birmingham.
Last Barca’s training before heading to England’s St. George’s park in 2014.
Barca says there’re confirmed friendlies scheduled against Premier League champions Leicester City on August 3, in Stockholm.
Liverpool will also have a face-off with the Spanish side on August 6. The site for the game is yet to be made public.
Image: Barcelona team-mates celebrate with Luis Suarez after scoring a goal.
The Camp Nou squad will also participate in games for Joan Gamper Trophy before the new season. Although the opponents and dates for the competition is yet to be scheduled, Barca says it’s ready for the August 21 kick-off.