Liverpool have confirmed they will face Manchester United, Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund in the United States this summer.
The ECHO revealed back in February that Liverpool would be playing three games across the Atlantic – with Manchester City and Manchester United among their opponents - as part of their preparations for the 2018/19 season.
And Jurgen Klopp will be reunited with former club Dortmund as well as the club's plans begin to take shape.
Before travelling across the Atlantic, the Reds will take on a host of local clubs. Klopp's men kick things off against Chester on July 7, then they travel to Prenton Park to face Tranmere on July 11, then Bury and Blackburn Rovers on July 14 and 19.
The Reds are then set to face the Bundesliga outfit in their opening game of the International Champions Cup in Charlotte, North Carolina, on July 22.
Jurgen Klopp set for Borussia Dortmund reunion on Liverpool pre-season tour 2018
The match is scheduled to take place at the 75,000 capacity Bank of America Stadium – home of NFL club Carolina Panthers.
Nashville, Tennessee, was the initial front-runner to host the first match but following further negotiations Charlotte has won the race.
Liverpool's second game of the tour is set to be against Premier League champions Manchester City at New Jersey's 82,000-capacity MetLife Stadium on July 25 (the early hours of July 26 in the UK).
Liverpool's Pre-Season Fixtures
Saturday, July 7 - Chester v Liverpool (3pm)
Wednesday, July 11 - Tranmere Rovers v Liverpool (7.30pm)
Saturday, July 14 - Bury v Liverpool (3pm)
Thursday, July 19 - Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool (7.45pm)
Sunday, July 22 - Liverpool v Borussia Dortmund - Charlotte, NC, USA / Bank of
Wednesday, July 25 - Manchester City v Liverpool - New York Metro, USA / Metlife
Saturday, July 28 - Manchester United v Liverpool - Ann Arbor, MI, USA / Michigan
Saturday, August 4 - Liverpool v Napoli (7pm) - Dublin, Ireland / Aviva Stadium.
Tuesday, August 7 - Liverpool vs Torino (7.30pm) - Anfield. Tickets here
Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor will be the venue for the showdown with Manchester United on July 28.
Nicknamed 'The Big House', it holds 107,000 and was filled to capacity when United played Real Madrid there four years ago.
The Reds then face Napoli in Dublin at the Aviva Stadium, before hosting Serie A outfit Torino at Anfield on Tuesday, August 7.