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Pre-Season Fixtures Revealed

11 June 2013

Albion have unveiled their pre-season programme, with fixtures against Premier League and La Liga opponents. 

The schedule also includes a week-long visit to Spain, with the team based at a training camp just outside of the capital Madrid.

The first of six games is a friendly at Conference South new boys Whitehawk on Saturday 6th July, kick-off 3pm.

The following Sunday, 14th July, the team fly out to Madrid and will face La Liga side Getafe on Wednesday 17th July at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez, kick-off 8.30pm (7.30pm UK time). 

A second fixture, also against Spanish opposition (tbc), on the Saturday evening will take place at a venue in the Madrid region.

Three and five-day official Spanish tour packages for fans are available from €190, with three or four-star hotel options available. Full details of accommodation, match ticket and transfer packages are available here, and download a booking form here. All booking request forms are to be e-mailed to Flights are not included in packages.

The team return to the UK on Sunday 21st July and will play League One Crawley Town at the Broadfield Stadium on Wednesday 24th, kick-off 7.45pm, ahead of two showpiece friendly matches at the Amex.

Albion will play the first of these two home pre-season friendly matches on Saturday 27th July (opponents tbc later this week) before Premier League Norwich City visit the Amex on Tuesday 30th July, kick-off 7.45pm, for the final friendly ahead of the Championship season which kicks off on the weekend of August 3rd. 

Full ticket information for the two home friendly matches will be announced once the first of the two home fixtures is finalised, while ticket information relating to the Whitehawk and Crawley matches is expected to be released in the next 48 hours.

"Albion’s head of football operations David Burke said, “Working closely with our medical and sports science teams, we have put together an ideal pre-season programme, both here in the UK and in a warmer weather climate down in Spain. Our schedule also gives fans some great games to look forward to against high quality opposition as well as the usual tough matches against some of our local rivals.”

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