Liverpool begin their European campaign during a busy September fixture schedule for the club's teams across all levels.
The Reds will enter the Europa League group stage in the coming month, with their opening match scheduled for September 21.
Their opponents in the first phase of the competition proper are set to be revealed in Friday’s draw and confirmed fixture details will follow on Liverpoolfc.com.
Domestically, Jürgen Klopp’s side have four Premier League games during the month, beginning with the visit of Aston Villa to Anfield this Sunday.
Trips to Wolverhampton Wanderers (September 16) and Tottenham Hotspur (September 30) sandwich a home encounter versus West Ham United (September 24).
Liverpool will also start their Carabao Cup campaign for 2023-24, hosting Leicester City in a third-round tie that will be played in the week commencing September 25.
Following their participation in the AMOS Women’s French Cup, LFC Women will continue their pre-season build-up ahead of the Barclays Women’s Super League opener at Arsenal on October 1.
Details of Matt Beard’s side’s further friendly matches will be announced here on Liverpoolfc.com.
Barry Lewtas’ U21s have four fixtures across three different competitions on their schedule for September.
The young Reds host Middlesbrough (September 3) and Wolves (September 24) in Premier League 2, with an EFL Trophy tie at Morecambe in between on September 19.
And Lewtas’ charges complete the month by getting their Premier League International Cup campaign under way, hosting AS Monaco on September 27.
At U18 level there are three fixtures in the month, starting with a trip to Crystal Palace in the U18 Premier League Cup on September 2.
Marc Bridge-Wilkinson’s team then travel to Blackburn Rovers (September 16) and host Everton (September 23) in U18 Premier League North – with the latter game live on LFCTV GO.
Any further fixtures or changes will be announced on Liverpoolfc.com.
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