|Jun 25 9am||Jun 25 12pm||Jun 25 3pm||Jun 26 9am||Jun 26 12pm||Jun 26 3pm||Jun 27 12pm||Jun 27 3pm|
|USA 0-4 Argentina
Semifinal 1 - Jun 21 9pm
|Colombia 0-2 Chile
Semifinal 2 - Jun 22 8pm
|USA vs Colombia
3rd place match - Jun 25 8pm
|Argentina vs Chile
Final - Jun 26 8pm
Season Start: August 18, 2013
Season End: May 11, 2014
2012-13 proved to be one of the most eventful campaigns for Manchester United and their fans. Elation was achieved as the Red Devils secured their twentieth top division title whilst tears were shed as the club’s longest serving manager announced his retirement after twenty-seven years at the helm.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor David Moyes begins his first season as United boss in a tough way. Matchday 1 sees the tour bus embark on a trip to Swansea before taking on major rivals Chelsea and Liverpool in games two and three. After a fixture at home to newly-promoted Crystal Palace on September 14 (live on BT Sport), Moyes’ men skip across town to visit title contenders Manchester City. Four of Manchester United’s first five games dominate the fixture list on Sky Sports, with live and full interactive coverage of the champions' title defence.
October promises to be an exciting month for the reigning champions with encounters against North London’s best: long-serving rivals Arsenal before playing Spurs - one of only five teams to defeat the Red Devils last season.
Moyes’ first meeting with old club Everton takes place on December 3, with the reverse fixture at Goodison Park kicking off on April 19.
Ground: Old Trafford (Capacity: 75,765)
Owner: Manchester United plc (NYSE: MANU)
Co-Chairman: Joes and Avram Glazer
Manager: David Moyes (Scottish)