Where will Robert Lewandowski, Niklas Süle and their Bayern Munich teammates get to grip with pre-season training this summer? - © 2019 Getty Images
Where will Robert Lewandowski, Niklas Süle and their Bayern Munich teammates get to grip with pre-season training this summer? - © 2019 Getty Images
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Bundesliga summer 2019 friendlies overview

Bayern Munich have been crowned champions once again but it won’t be too long until Bundesliga teams get back to work ahead of the 2019/20 season. Germany’s top-flight teams will be travelling far and wide over the summer ahead of the new campaign, which kicks off on 16 August.

With new signings to be bedded in and fresh formations to be fine-tuned, bundesliga.com has compiled a list of pre-season friendlies to keep track of.

Bayern Munich

May 25: 1-1 vs. Kaiserslautern (benefit match, Kaiserslautern)
May 29: 4-2 vs. SpVgg Lindau (benefit match, Lindau)
July 8: Return to training
July 18: Arsenal (Carson, California, International Champions Cup)
July 21: Real Madrid (Houston, Texas, ICC)
July 24: AC Milan (Kansas City, Missouri, ICC)
July 30: Fenerbahce (Munich, Audi Cup)
July 31: Real Madrid or Tottenham Hotspur (Munich, Audi Cup)
August 3: Supercup vs. Borussia Dortmund (Signal Iduna Park)

Borussia Dortmund

July 3: Return to training
July 12:
FC Schweinberg
July 18: Seattle Sounders (Seattle, Washington)
July 20: Liverpool (Notre Dame, Indiana)
August 3: Supercup vs. Bayern Munich (Signal Iduna Park)

Marco Reus and Co. return to training with Borussia Dortmund on 3 July ahead of their summer trip to the US. - imago/Kirchner-Media

RB Leipzig

July 5: Return to training
July 12: 
FC Zürich
July 19: opponent TBC
July 26: opponent TBC
August 3: Aston Villa

Bayer Leverkusen

July 1: Return to training
July 6: vs. Wuppertaler SV
July 13: opponent TBC
July 20: opponent TBC
July 28: opponent TBC

Borussia Mönchengladbach

May 22: 4-0 vs. Guangzhou (Guangzhou, China)
June 30: Return to training

Wolfsburg

May 24: 3-3 vs. Eintracht Frankfurt (Foshan, China)
June 30: Return to training
July 17: PSV Eindhoven (Eindhoven)

Eintracht Frankfurt

May 24: 3-3 vs. Wolfsburg (Foshan, China)
July 3: Return to training
July 4:  DJK Bad Homburg (Bad Homburg)
July 10: BSC Young Boys (Uhren Cup, Biel)
July 12: FC Lucerne (Uhren Cup, Biel)
July 25: Radnicki Nis or Flora (Europa League second round qualifier first leg)
July 28: FC Wels
August 1: Radnicki Nis or Flora (Europa League second round qualifier second leg)

Werder Bremen

June 28: Return to training
July 7: Karlsruhe and Wattens
July 20: Cologne and Osnabrück (Interwetten Cup)
August 3: Everton

Eintracht Frankfurt's Sebastien Haller will be warming up his shooting boots for 2019/20 in Switzerland with the Eagles. - AFP/Getty Images

Hoffenheim

June 29: Return to training
July 12:
Würzburger Kickers (Sattelbach)
July 17: Jahn Regensburg (Zuzenhausen)

Fortuna Düsseldorf

June 30: Return to training
July 4:
RSV 1819 Weyer
July 8: Sportfreunden Siegen
July 11: Sonsbeck
Aug 6: Benrath

Hertha Berlin

July 1: Return to training
July 7:
Eintracht Braunschweig
July 13: Tournament in Karlsruhe
July 17: Erzgebirge Aue
July 20: Bochum
Aug 3: Crystal Palace (London)

Mainz

June 30: Return to training
July 6:
Fupa-Allstars Rheinhesse
July 10: SF Eisbachtal
July 13: SV Gonsenheim
July 21: SSV Jahn Regensburg
July 27: Open Cup

Freiburg

July 1: Return to training
July 6:
SV Linx
July 13: Offenburger FV
July 18: opponent TBC
July 26: opponent TBC

Schalke

July 1: Return to training
July 7:
Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
July 12: Bottrop XI
July 14: SG Wattenscheid 09
July 23: FC Twente

Augsburg

June 28: Return to training
Matches TBC

Union Berlin

June 29: Return to training
July 6: Brondby
July 17: First Vienna
July 20: Erzgebirge Aue

Cologne

July 4: Return to training
July 5: SpVG Frechen
July 10: Bad Dürckheim
July 14:
 SSV Reutlingen
July 3: Werder Bremen and Osnabrück (Interwetten Cup)

Paderborn

June 30: Return to training
July 3:
VfB Salzkotten (Salzkotten)
July 6: Ipswich Town (Bielefeld)
July 10: SC Verl
July 12: Delbrücker SC (Delbrück)
July 16: Norwich City (Geseke)