Paris Saint-Germain have announced plans for their overseas pre-season tour. Like last year, Les Parisiens will travel to Japan for an 11-day stay.
The PSG squad will be accompanied by the handball and esport teams. From July 22nd to August 2nd, Paris Saint-Germain will play three friendly games. The first of these friendlies will be against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudi outfit Al-Nassr on July 25th in Osaka. Three days later, PSG will lock horns with J-League 1 team Cerezo Osaka.
La tournée d'été 2023 se déroulera du 22 juillet au 2 août. Les Parisiens disputeront trois matchs – les 25 et 28 juillet à Osaka contre Al-Nassr puis Cerezo Osaka et le 1er août 2023 à Tokyo contre l'Inter Milan.#PSGJapanTour2023 🇯🇵 pic.twitter.com/W74IJaQXwe— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) June 2, 2023
Les Parisiens are expected to end their Japan summer tour with a third friendly game against Champions League finalists Inter. The Serie A side will face PSG on August 1st in Tokyo. “Paris Saint-Germain have created very strong bonds with Japanese supporters”, said Managing Director of Paris Saint-Germain Asia-Pacific Sébastien Wasels. “We are determined to continue developing our relationship with this growing fan base by offering them unique experiences closer to our teams.”
Ligue 1 champions PSG will host Clermont for their final league game of the season on Saturday night. The players will then lift the ‘Hexagoal’, the Ligue 1 trophy, but celebrations are expected to be subdued following Sergio Rico’s serious head injury.
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