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Premier League Asia Trophy

Nanjing & Shanghai
17 & 20 July 2019

The Premier League Asia Trophy is returning to mainland China this summer with Manchester City, Newcastle United, West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers competing in the biennial tournament.


The tournament will take place in two locations, Nanjing and Shanghai, giving more fans the opportunity to enjoy the Premier League experience and see a world-class line-up of players and managers.


All four teams will play in a double-header at Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre on Wednesday 17 July, followed by the third-fourth place playoff and the final, which will both be staged at Shanghai’s Hongkou Stadium on Saturday 20 July.


PL Asia Trophy matches


Wednesday 17 July, Nanjing Olympic Sports Center 
Newcastle v Wolves (kick-off 18:00)
Man City v West Ham (kick-off 20:30) 


Saturday 20 July, Hongkou Football Stadium, Shanghai 
Third/fourth place playoff (kick-off 18:00)
Final (kick-off 20:30) 


Affordable tickets
Tickets for the Premier League Asia Trophy 2019 are on sale. A daily ticket provides access to both matches on that day. Ticket prices start from just 88 RMB (£10) for the opening fixtures in Nanjing. Tickets for both the third/fourth place playoff and final in Shanghai start from 288RMB (£32).


See: Purchase tickets for Nanjing on 17 July


See: Purchase tickets for Shanghai on 20 July


See: Prices for each ticket category


PPSports will be the exclusive broadcaster for the Premier League Asia Trophy in China.


The Asia Trophy will be officiated by Premier League match officials as well as local match officials and will be staged in accordance with Premier League rules.


This will be the ninth edition of the tournament and the second to be held in mainland China, after Beijing hosted it in 2009.


Man City are making their third appearance, having won the trophy in 2013. Newcastle are taking part for the second time after featuring in the inaugural competition in 2003, as are West Ham, who participated in 2009.


It will be a debut appearance for Wolves.


See: History of the Premier League Asia Trophy


As with previous editions, during this year’s Premier League Asia Trophy a full programme of football development initiatives is planned leading up to the matches, including coach education, referee training and a youth tournament.