Bayern’s pre-season schedule for 2023

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FC Bayern are back for pre-season as they gear up for the 2023/24 campaign. Find out here what Thomas Tuchel and his team have in store as they go about their preparations over the coming weeks.

After some individual training sessions, medical checks and the obligatory performance diagnostics, Thomas Müller and the rest of the squad have their first full training session at Säbener Straße on Saturday. The team will then head off for their training camp in Rottach-Egern at Tegernsee until 20 July.

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Serge Gnabry and the team will look to get back into the groove quickly to get their hands on more titles at the end of the season.

Tuchel press conferences and live streams of training & friendly

To kick off the intense preparations at Tegernsee, Tuchel will face the media at a press conference at 16:00 CEST on Saturday. We’ll be broadcasting it live, alongside the two open training sessions during the camp. Those will be held on Saturday 15 July (18:00) and Thursday 20 July (10:00). Bayern will also play a friendly match against local side FC Rottach-Egern on Tuesday, 18 July (18:30). Find out more about the game here:

Team Presentation at the Allianz Arena

Following the conclusion of the training camp, Bayern will next appear at the Allianz Arena on Sunday 23 July for the Allianz FC Bayern Team Presentation. That begins at 11:00 and includes the presentation of the first-team squad, a training session and a Legends match between Bayern and Borussia Dortmund to mark 10 years since victory at Wembley in the Champions League final. There’s also plenty more happening around the ground. You can still get tickets for the event here.

High-quality friendlies in Asia

The Bundesliga champions then head off for the eighth Audi Summer Tour, this time to Tokyo and Singapore between 24 July and 3 August. There will be two Audi Football Summits in Japan against European champions Manchester City (26 July) and J1 League outfit Kawasaki Frontale (29 July). Bayern will then contest the Singapore Trophy against Liverpool on 2 August. After returning to Munich, Tuchel’s side will be put through their paces for one final friendly against Monaco at the Sportpark in Unterhaching. Tickets are available here.

Kick-off at home to Leipzig

Bayern’s first competitive fixture of 2023/24 sees them host DFB Cup holders RB Leipzig at the Allianz Arena for the DFL-Supercup on 12 August. Hopefully with the first silverware of the season in the bag, the Munich club then officially open the new Bundesliga campaign the following Friday, 18 August, away at Werder Bremen.

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