Liverpool have announced that they will travel to Australia as part of their 2015-6 Pre-Season Tour Plans this summer.
During their time in Australia, Liverpool are scheduled to play Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium on July 17 and Adelaide United at the Adelaide Oval on July 20.
Liverpool Chief executive Ian Ayre was speaking highly of the prospects of Liverpool touring Australia this summer.
Ayre said: ‘We visited Australia for the first time two years ago and the support we received from our Australian fans was incredible.
‘Liverpool FC have over 600,000 supporters in Australia and we look forward to meeting as many of them as possible while we are in the country.
‘Pre-season is an important time for the team as they prepare for the upcoming season and the matches against Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United are an exciting part of that preparation.
This pre-season tour will give our supporters a chance to see the team up close, no matter how far away from Anfield they live.’
Liverpool have to play Bolton next in their FA Cup 4th round replay tonight and they will look to seal their progression to the 5th round of the competition with a comfortable win at the Reebok Stadium.
Philippe Coutinho after signing the long-term contract is expected to start tonight along with Steven Gerrard, who is expected to return to the first team after a slight injury to his thigh.
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