Manchester United have announced four pre-season matches.

All four will be held in the UK and there will be a familiar face for the first, with Wayne Rooney in the opponent’s dugout.

Manchester United 2021 preseason games

  1. Derby County (away)

    Sunday, July 18, 1 p.m.

  2. QPR (away)

    Saturday, July 24th, 3 p.m.

  3. Brentford (home)

    Wednesday, July 28th, 8 p.m.

  4. Everton (home)

    Saturday, August 7th, 5 p.m.

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No foreign tour

For the second straight season, foreign restrictions prevent United from touring overseas.

This denies United the chance, as in previous years, to make additional money by traveling to America or Asia. On United’s last tour in 2019, the club visited Australia and China.

Can fans visit the home games?

Yes. Although the number of fans who will be allowed to attend the games against Brentford and Everton has not yet been determined. This will be influenced by government guidelines that are closer to the time.

United is still selling tickets, and these will be available to season ticket holders starting June 25th. The games are shown on MUTV.

Good test?

There are two games against championship teams and two against Premier League teams.

The Brentford game is an opportunity to meet the newly promoted player and United can learn more about the play-off winners in the process.

The end with two home games prepares United well for the start of the Premier League, at home against Leeds on August 14th.

Last season United could only play one pre-season game against Aston Villa.

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