Upcoming test matches

The Sommerpause is always a tough time for a Bundesliga fan, and whilst some might be thankful for the Women’s World Cup taking place right now, others are checking their football gambling options at Carbon Sportsbook. However, despite the summer break taking place right now there is some good news. Several Bundesliga sides have started to post details of their upcoming test matches and training camps, which are events that you can attend or stream online in the not too distant future.

Here are the details for all the confirmed events taking place this summer.

FC Bayern München

Start to the season: July 1st

Training camp: Audi Summer Tour through China, between July 16th and 24th

Test matches: FC Augsburg and Mönchengladbach/Hamburger SV (July 12th, Telekom Cup in Mönchengladbach), FC Valencia (18. Juli, in Beijing), Inter Mailand (July 21st in Shanghai), Guangzhou Evergrande (July 23rd, in Guangzhou), Audi Cup (August 4th and 5th, other teams present are AC Milan, Tottenham Hotspurs and Real Madrid).

VfL Wolfsburg

Start to the season: July 2nd

Training camp: Bad Ragaz in Switzerland between July 5th and 11th and Donaueschingen between July 18th and 24th.

Test matches: Villarreal (July 25th) and Arsenal (July 26th) at the Emirates Cup in London.

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Start to the season: June 29th

Training camp: Rottach-Egern between July 13th and 20th.

Test matches: TuS Koblenz (July 4th), Hamburger SV and FC Bayern/FC Augsburg (July 12th, Telekom Cup in Mönchengladbach), Swansea City (July 15th), Stade Rennes (July 18th), Standard Liege (July 19th), Newcastle United (August 1st)

Bayer Leverkusen

Start to the season: July 3rd

Training camp: Zell am See in Austria between July 16th and 25th.

Test matches: Sonnenhof Großaspach (July 5th), Viktoria Köln (July 11th), FC Basel (July 15th), Red Bull Salzburg (July 21st), UD Levante (July 29th)

FC Augsburg

Start to the season: June 29th

Training camp: Walchsee in Austria between July 19th and 26th.

Test matches: TSV Zusmarshausen (July 2nd), SV Mering (July 4th), Jahn Regensburg (July 10th), FC Bayern and Mönchengladbach/Hamburger SV (July 12th, Telekom Cup in Mönchengladbach)

FC Schalke

Start to the season: June 28th

Training camp: Velden in Austria between July 5th and 15th

Test matches: Wolfsberger AC (July 10th), Udinese (July 14th), VfL Osnabrück (July19th), FC Twente (August 2nd)

Borussia Dortmund

Start to the season: June 30th

Training camp: Tour through Asia with stops in Japan, Singapore and Malaysia between July 5th and 11th and Bad Ragaz between July 19th and 26th

Test matches: VfL Rhede (July 3rd), “Team Gold” (July 4th), Kawasaki Frontale (July 7th), Johor Southern Tigers (July 9th), Juventus Turin (July 25th)

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

Start to the season: July 2nd

Training camp: Westerburg between July 6th and 9th and Lillestrøm in Norway between July 20th and 29th

Test matches: SpVgg Baiertal (July 11th), FC Zuzenhausen (July 12th), Neckarsulmer SU (July 15th), TSG Weinheim (July 18th), Lilleström SK (July 21st), Leeds United (July 25th), Fredrikstad FK (July 28th), AFC Bournemouth (August 1st)

Eintracht Frankfurt

Start to the season: July 1st

Training camp: Norderney between July 5th and 11th and Windischgarten between July 18th and 26th

Test matches: SV Grün-Weiss Firrel (July 10th), SV Atlas Delmenhorst (July 11th), 1. FC Heidenheim (July 18th)

Werder Bremen

Start to the season: July 1st

Training camp: Neuruppin between July 2nd and 7th and Zillertal in Austria between July 11th and 19th.

Test matches: MSV Neuruppin (July 4th), Hansa Rostock (July 7th), Audi Quattro Cup in Salzburg (with Red Bull Salzburg, FC Valencia, FC Southampton), Blumenthaler SV (July 22nd), FC Sevilla (July 25th)

1. FSV Mainz 05

Start to the season: June 29th

Training camp: Evian-les-Bains in France, between 17th of July until 23rd of July.

Test matches: SG Meisenheim/Desloch-Jeckenbach (July 4th)

1. FC Köln

Start to the season: June 24th

Training camp: Bad Tatzmanndorf in Austria between June 28th and July 3rd and Kitzbühl in Austria between July 19th and 26th.

Test matches: VfL Osnabrück (July 11th), Fortuna Köln (July 15th), GKS Tychy/Polen (July 18th), Colonia Cup (On August 1st and 2nd, the other teams competing in the tournament are FC Porto, FC Valencia, Stoke City)

Hannover 96

Start to the season: June 24th.

Training camp: Hasn’t been announced, yet.

Test matches: AS Monaco (July 4th) and Shaktar Donetsk or Slask Wrocław (July 5th)

VfB Stuttgart

Start of the season: June 29th

Training camp: Mayrhofen in Austria, between July 1st and 6th.

Test matches: Young Boys Bern (July 11th)

Hertha BSC

Start of the season: June 28th.

Training camp: Bad Saarow, between July 3rd and 9th.

Test matches: Nothing has been announced so far.

Hamburger SV

Start of the season: July 1st

Training camp: Graubünden in Switzerland between July 4th and 10th and Harsewinkel between July 19th and 24th.

Test matches: Borussia Mönchengladbach and FC Bayern/FC Augsburg (July 12th, Telekom Cup in Mönchengladbach), TV Jahn Schneverdingen (July 15th), Arminia Bielefeld (July 18th), Hessen Kassel (July 24th)

FC Ingolstadt

Start of the season: June 28th

Training camp: Mittersil in Austria between July 12th and 20th and Harsewinkel between July 19th and 24th.

Test matches: Wacker Burghausen (July 4th), VfR Aalen (July 8th), ASV Scholz Grödig (July 12th)

SV Darmstadt

Start of the season: June 20th

Training camp: Baiersbronn between July 6th and 12th

Test matches: Nothing has been announced so far.

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Maximilian Jones

Maximilian is a Berlin native with a German mother and English father. Raised in Germany and studied in London, Maximilian grew up to love football from an early age but his early exposure to the Bundesliga honed his passion for all things German football.