Queen’s Park confirm pre-season training camp in the Netherlands with friendlies lined up against European opposition

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The Spiders will head to a training base in Arnhem later this month.

Queen’s Park have announced they will spend a week in the Netherlands to prepare for their 2022/23 Championship campaign.

The Spiders, who secured promotion from SPFL League One after beating Dunfermline in the Play-Off Final over two legs, will head to a training complex in Arnhem on Sunday, June 26.

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Owen Coyle will take his first-team squad and a number of academy youngsters on the trip, where they have three pre-season friendlies lined up against European opposition.

A club statement read: “Our players return for pre-season on Friday 17 June. After two days of testing, the group will train the first week in Glasgow, before heading off to The Netherlands for a week’s intensive training and a number of friendlies against European opposition.

“A group of 30 players will travel to Holland from Sunday 26 June to Sunday 3 July, where they will stay in a hotel near Arnhem.

“The team will train at the training facility close to the hotel, at the ‘Renkumse Voetbalvereniging Wilhelmina’ with three full size pitches at their disposal.”

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Full Fixture details (which are subject to change) can be found below:

Queen’s Park Vs Lokomotiva Zagreb - Wednesday, June 29. Kick-off TBC

FC Utrecht Vs Queen’s Park - Saturday, July 2. Kick-off 2pm

3rd match TBC - Saturday, July 2. Kick-off 7pm

Queen’s will then return to Scotland and have arranged a further friendly against Alloa Athletic on July 5 at the Indodrill Stadium before starting their Premier Sports Cup group stage campaign.

New signings Scott Williamson, Dom Thomas and ex-Celtic youth Grant Savoury will be eager to impress the club’s new management team.

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