El Sevilla se despide agradecido de Corea del Sur y pone rumbo a España

Sevilla set course for Spain today after their ten-day stay in South Korea. The red and white expedition will take a flight at the end of today -Korean time, seven more hours in Spain- to start their long journey back. The air transfer has two transfers, in Dubai and in Madrid, to land in Seville this Monday afternoon, after almost a day of travel between flights and technical stops.

The squad led by Julen Lopetegui had a training session this Sunday morning recovery in the gym room and then in the annex of the Olympic Stadium from Seoul. Later, after having lunch and taking a nap at the hotel, she headed for the airport to start her long journey back.



The expedition, according to the club, had a detail with “all those who have collaborated in which the stay in this country has been fruitful, from LaLiga to the different operators”.

After the first pre-season test, on Saturday against Tottenham Hotspur in Suwon (1-1), which ended with a hopeful image despite the conditions of the match, Sevilla will start a second phase of the pre-season, with a couple of days in the sports city before a second concentration in Lagos, Portugal, where on Sunday he will play the second friendly with Sporting Clube, in Lisbon, the Five Violin Trophy.

Later, in the last week of July, Sevilla will travel to England to play another two friendlies, against Arsenal and Leicester City, before opening the penultimate week of pre-season in Sevilla, before the Antonio Puerta Trophy, which will be played against Cádiz on the Sunday before the start of the League, scheduled for Friday August 12 against Osasuna in Pamplona. All friendlies will be broadcast on Sevilla TV.

Sevilla pre-season matches

  • July 16: Seville-Tottenham Hotspur (1-1)
  • July 24: Sporting Clube (20:45, José Alvalade)
  • July 30: Arsenal (12:30 p.m., Emirates Stadium)
  • July 31: Leicester City (6:00 p.m., King Power Stadium)
  • August 6: Puerta Trophy, Cádiz (9:00 p.m., Sánchez-Pizjuán)