International Champions Cup (ICC 2019) Live Stream Online

International Champions Cup (ICC 2019) Live Stream Online

26 de July de 2019 0 By admin

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? Saturday, 03 August 2019

? Manchester United vs Milan (17:45)

August 4

? Tottenham vs. Inter (3pm / 10am) (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London)

August 10

? Atletico Madrid vs. Juventus (5pm / 12pm) (Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden)

Time (UK / US ET)*

The International Champions Cup (ICC) is a pre-season tournament that has been held every summer since 2013, with the competition itself a series of friendly games played between European heavyweights.

This year’s edition is set to take place between July 16 and August 11.

For the past three years, the ICC has been split into three different regions: the United States, China and Australia in 2016 and the United States, China and Singapore in 2017 and 2018.

Last year, Europe and Singapore hosted 10 games in total, while the USA section has 17 games on the schedule – for a total of 27 games.

International Champions Cup 2019 fixtures, schedule

The 2019 edition of the ICC is set to kick off on July 16 between Fiorentina and Chivas at the SeatGeek Stadium in Illinois, a few weeks after the conclusion of Copa America and a couple of days before the end of the Africa Cup of Nations.

Bayern Munich will face off against Real Madrid on July 20 in Texas, while Los Blancos and Atletico take part in a Madrid derby Stateside on July 26.

While the majority of this year’s ICC will be held in the United States, several other fixtures will be taking place in Singapore, China, Wales and Sweden. Italian rivals Inter and Juventus meet in Singapore on July 21, with Premier League giants Tottenham and Man Utd clashing in China on July 25 for one of the tournament’s showpiece fixtures.

The final ICC game will be held in Sweden on August 10 between European powerhouses Atletico Madrid and Juventus.