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International Champions Cup

* The 2020 International Champions Cup has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The tournament is set to return in Summer 2021.

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ESPN » Seasons 2019-2021
ESPN and ESPN Deportes will each broadcast 15 matches per year in the US, while ESPN+ will exclusively show up to 10 live games in both English and Spanish.
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About International Champions Cup

The International Champions Cup is a friendly tournament held during the pre-season of most major European leagues. It is considered as the most relevant friendly tournament in the world.

The first edition of this tournament was held in 2009 with only four teams involved. The latest edition had eighteen teams playing in three different zones: Asia, North America, and Europe.

Previously, this tournament handed out three trophies, one for each of the winners in every venue. For the 2018 edition, the tournament grouped all teams, handing out three points per win, two points if a team wins a match after penalties, one point for the losing team in a match decided after penalties and no points for a loss after 90 minutes. With the new format in place, Tottenham Hotspur won the title by earning seven points in three games.

The 2019 edition of this tournament began on July 16 and concluded on August 10. Eleven European teams played in this edition of the tournament: Real Madrid, AC Milan, Arsenal, Roma, Atlético, Benfica, Bayern München, Inter Milan, Juventus, Manchester United, and Tottenham, while Mexican club Guadalajara will be the only Latin American side to play in this competition. Barcelona chose not to participate in this edition of the tournament after concluding the 2018 edition in the last place.

Benfica claimed the 2019 International Champions Cup title after winning their three games. The Portuguese team was the only club able to accomplish that feat in this edition, which featured some interesting games, including the first friendly match between Atlético and Real Madrid that ended in a whopping 7-3 win for Los Colchoneros. On the other side of the table, Mexican club Guadalajara finished in the last place by winning one miserable point after a goalless draw against Atlético.

Atlético’s Diego Costa claimed the title for the best striker with four goals. Curiously, all of those goals came when he faced Real Madrid.

Dates for the 2020 International Champions Cup had not even been confirmed in April 2020, as scheduled, that organiser Relevent Sports Group was forced to instead announce the cancellation of that edition due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Did you know? Cristiano Ronaldo is the all-time top scorer in this competition, having scored eight goals so far. Diego Costa, the top scorer in the 2019 edition, is already ranked 4th in the all-time list with his four goals in the most recent edition.

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