Huddersfield Town will play Bundesliga sides Werder Bremen and FC Ingolstadt on their pre-season tour to Austria.

David Wagner’s side will face Bremen in Zell am Ziller – close to their Fugen training base – on Tuesday, July 26.

They will then tackle FC Ingolstadt on Friday, July 29, and a venue still to be decided (but close to the training base).

Both sides finished in mid-table in the 18-team division in the 2015/16 campaign; Werder Bremen finished 13th with 38 points from 34 games, with Ingolstadt two placed and two points above them.

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Town will then have a free week leading up to the big Championship opener at home to Brentford on Saturday, August 6.

First-team pre-season friendlies already on the calendar are at Guiseley (Wednesday, July 6), Oldham Athletic (Saturday, July 16) and the Shankly Trophy game at home to Liverpool on Wednesday, July 20.

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Town travel out to Austrail afrom Manchester Airport on Saturday, July 23.

While Town will be playing FC Ingolstadt for the first time, they did play Werder Bremen in a friendly at Leeds Road back in May 1967, when Joe Harper scored twice and Brian Clark added another in a 3-0 Town win watched by 7,625 fans.