London Premier League rivals Spurs and West Ham will both travel to Australia for their pre-season
Sheffield United will travel the fewest miles before their Premier League return – 1,412 to be exact
Two sides (Burnley and Luton Town) have yet to confirm their pre-season schedule before their Premier League seasons start
Spurs will travel further than any other Premier League side this summer as part of their pre-season calendar. However, League Two side Wrexham are travelling further than half of the Premier League to fulfil their North American obligations.
Research conducted by CasinoSite.nl concluded Spurs will travel 19,923 miles as part of their Asia-Pacific Tour this summer, which sees them play games in Thailand, Perth and Singapore.
London rivals West Ham will be their opponents in Perth, with the Hammers playing two games in Perth before returning for away games against Dagenham and Rennes.
Newly promoted Wrexham AFC, famous for their Hollywood owners, will travel more than 9,000 miles for their pre-season fixtures in North America after their success last season. ESPN revealed their FA Cup second round viewing figures increased by 858% as a direct result of showcasing Wrexham.
At the other end of the spectrum, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest and Everton will all travel fewer than 2,000 miles each as part of their pre-season fixtures.
There are six sides taking part in the Premier League Summer Series across five major East Coast cities in the United States at stadiums in Atlanta (Georgia), Harrison (New Jersey), Orlando (Florida), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) and Landover (Maryland).
Distance travelled (miles)*
West Ham United
Brighton and Hove Albion