Tottenham to face Earthquakes

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Tottenham have added another fixture to their pre-season tour of the United States, announcing a trip to the west coast to play a friendly against Major League Soccer's San Jose Earthquakes.

Tottenham were this week announced alongside Premier League rivals Manchester City, Portugal's Sporting Lisbon and the New York Red Bulls as participants in a four-team tournament at the new Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey, from July 22-25.

Prior to that, Spurs will head west for a training camp in Northern California, highlighted by a game against San Jose at Buck Shaw Stadium on July 17.

"The summer camp will be a very important part of our preparations for the new campaign and we're looking forward to heading out to the United States," Spurs manager Harry Redknapp said.

San Jose and Spurs signed a football and commercial partnership agreement two years ago with Frank Yallop's squad visiting the Tottenham training ground for their pre-season preparations in March.

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