The Northampton Town squad will be spending a week at a training camp in Spain as they prepare for the 2018/19 season.
The Cobblers will head to the Real Club de Golf Campoamor complex in Alicante using the facilities and training pitches for a week of hard work, departing the UK on Saturday July 14th and returning on Friday July 20th.
The training camp will include one friendly match at a local stadium, likely to be played midweek with exact date, time, venue and opposition to be confirmed.
"Pre-season will be a very important time," said manager Dean Austin.
"The trip will allow us to work with the players two or three times a day for the week using the first class facilities that are on site and will allow us to get a lot of work done in that time.
"The week is also important in terms of spirit. Team spirit is so important in football and that is something we will be looking to this week away to help build.
"We will be playing a game part way through the week, I think that will be important to break the training work up and to get the players more minutes out on the pitch.
"Pre-season will lay the foundations and set the culture that we will be demanding throughout next season and this week will be an important part of that pre-season build up."
For any supporters who wish to make the trip, the club will announce details of the day, time, venue and opposition of the match as soon as details are confirmed.