Liverpool have confirmed they will play four friendly matches during their preseason tour of Austria.

The Reds are currently in Austria to make their preparations for the 2021/22 season.

On Sunday evening, the players and Jürgen Klopp were pictured on arrival at their training base on the outskirts of Salzburg.

Now the club has confirmed that it will play two games behind closed doors and two more in front of an audience with limited capacity.

Liverpool will meet FC Wacker Innsbruck and the German club Stuttgart in the so-called thirty-minute mini-games on Tuesday, July 20.

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A few days later, on Friday, July 23, Klopp will meet his players in the Greisbergers Betten-Arena with his old club Mainz in a 90-minute game in front of 3,500 fans.

Liverpool’s tour of Austria ends just under a week later on Thursday, July 29, against Hertha Berlin in the Tivoli Stadium, which can hold 15,000 spectators.

The club also says fans who wish to attend the games are encouraged to check their local travel restrictions before purchasing tickets.

The current regulations in Austria stipulate that fans can present a vaccination pass, proof of a past COVID infection or proof of a negative COVID test to access a stadium 24 hours before the start of the game.

The Premier League season is set to begin on August 14, with Liverpool traveling against newly promoted Norwich City on the opening day.

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