Match Today: Paris Saint-Germain vs Quevilly 15-07-2022 friendly match

Paris Saint-Germain and Coveli Paris Saint-Germain will begin their preparations for the 2022-23 season with a pre-season clash against Coveli on Friday afternoon.

Christophe Galtier's side are working towards their opening Ligue 1 match against Clermont on August 6, while Koivili start their Ligue 2 campaign at home to Rhodes on July 30. Paris Saint-Germain reclaimed the Ligue 1 title last season, comfortably finishing top League with a total of 86 points, 15 points behind second-placed Marseille. The capital's giants were eliminated in the last 16 of both the French Cup and the Champions League, although the season has been disappointing, which played a part in Mauricio Pochettino leaving his role as head coach. Gallettier is now in charge of the Blues, and the 55-year-old will take charge of PSG for the first time in this competition, while the team will also face Kawasaki Frontale, Urawa Reds and Gamba Osaka in friendlies this summer before facing Nantes. Champions Cup on July 30th.

Paris Saint-Germain and Quevilly

PSG's 2022-23 Ligue 1 campaign will then begin at their home in front of Clermont on August 6, and it will be great to see if there are more new faces through the door. Nuno Mendes joined permanently from Sporting Lisbon, while Vitina moved from Porto, but it has been a quiet summer for the club, who allegedly turned down the opportunity to sign unstable Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo. Meanwhile, Kovelli finished 18th in Ligue 1. Second last season, which saw them enter the relegation qualifiers, but they managed to beat Villefranche-sur-Mer 5-1 on aggregate to ensure they remained in the second division.

Quevilly and Paris Saint-Germain

The Red and Yellow Devils opened their pre-season on Saturday, losing 2-1 to Le Havre, and now have friendlies against Paris Saint-Germain and Amiens before starting their campaign in 2022-23. They will host Koivili for their opening match of the new Ligue 1 season on July 30 before traveling to FC Paris for their first match in August. Fabian Mercadal's side have been busy this summer in terms of earnings, with Till Sissoko taking arguably the same, having moved from Claremont. A number of players have also left on free transfers, so their squad will have a different look for next season, which arguably was necessary due to their struggles during the 2021-22 season.