The Baggies will face the Yellow Submarine in Benidorm on Saturday 13 July.
A statement on the official Baggies website confirmed that the squad will travel on Monday 8 July to a hotel and sports complex near the Costa Blanca coastline to continue their preparations ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
West Brom will then face Villarreal, quarter-finalists in this season's Europa League and semi-finalists three years ago, at the Benidorm Municipal Stadium on the evening of Saturday 13 July - the first time the Hawthorns side will play the Yellow Submarine.
As well as the match taking place in a town popular with tourists in the middle of holiday season, there is even better news for Albion fans as the club confirmed in their article that the game will be free admission.
Here is how the West Brom fanbase on Twitter reacted to the news, with some fans liking the choice of venue and contemplating building a summer break around the fixture:
I’m actually buzzing for this— Rob Paddock (@RobPaddockWBA) June 6, 2019
as a baggie living in Benidorm, i can not wait to see this game. COYB!!!— Ad (@benidormAd) June 6, 2019
@johnfaz64 swift trip to benidorm to prepare for the stag do?— John Faz Farrington (@johnfaz89) June 6, 2019
A guess a piss up in Benidorm might make me forget the pummeling we will get off of Villarreal— James (@James84507668) June 6, 2019
European tour— Joshua Dale (@Wbajrd171204) June 6, 2019
Other fans, meanwhile, were more concerned about planning for pre-season without a permanent manager yet in place:
How can you arrange pre season without a manager surely they should decide where we go and what we do— warren (@woz1984) June 6, 2019
Any chance we’ll have a manager?— KJGx (@_kjgx) June 6, 2019
Will we have a manager by then?— Bob (@Albion7368) June 6, 2019
Can we appoint a manager before we announce any more pre season friendlies— Jordan Brown (@Jordan_Brown29) June 6, 2019
Just hope there will be new manager and new squads ready for warm up or training session boing boing COYB— Monica Williams (@Monica9214) June 6, 2019
Does this take place before or after we appoint a manager— Pete B (@petefb1) June 6, 2019
Hopefully have a manager by then.— Mark (@Mark63796185) June 6, 2019
I'm not getting my hopes up tho.
West Brom began their first season back in the Championship with Darren Moore at the helm but the club parted company with him in March and James Shan took the reins on a caretaker basis, steering the Baggies to the playoff semi-finals.
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