LIVERPOOL have finalised plans for their pre-season tour of North America after it was confirmed they will kick-off with a friendly in Canada.
The Reds will face Major League Soccer outfit Toronto FC at the Rogers Centre on July 21.
Kenny Dalglish's men will then move on to Boston to take on Italian giants Roma on July 25 before completing the trip with a match against Tottenham in Baltimore on July 28.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre said: “We're delighted to be opening our North American tour in Canada with a game against Toronto FC.
“We played Porto at the same stadium – when it was the SkyDome – back in 2004 in front of over 40,000 fans and it will be great to give our fans in the region another chance to see Liverpool play.
“With the three games we now have scheduled in Toronto, Boston and Baltimore, we hope that as many of our supporters as possible will have the chance to see the team in action.”
The Rogers Centre has a capacity of 47,000 and is the home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team.
Toronto became the first Canadian team to enter the MLS back in 2007.