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ICC 2019 teams, fixtures confirmed

International Champions Cup 2019: Full list of teams, schedules, and fixtures

March 27, 2019 By Ali M.
12 teams have been confirmed for the upcoming summer pre-season tournament, with games set to be played in the USA, Asia, and Europe.

The International Champions Cup may not have kicked off but the participants and fixtures have been confirmed for the 2019 edition. The event organizers revealed all on Wednesday, March 27, announcing the 12 countries that will participate this time around.

The guests' list is a who's who of European giants, with Mexican heavyweight Chivas being the only represent outside of that continent. They will be joined by Real Madrid, AC Milan, Arsenal, Roma, Atletico, Benfica, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Juventus, Manchester United, and Tottenham.

As usual, the games in this pre-season summer tournament will be held across three continents -- USA, Europe, and Asia. The Men's ICC 2019 tournament starts on July 16 and ends on August 10. Of the four games hosted in Asia, two will be in Singapore, one will be in Shanghai, while the other has not been decided.

Stockholm, London, and Cardiff will be the host cities for Europe's International Champions Cup ties. However, the tournament will kick off in Chicago with a clash between Roma and Chivas.

Check out the list before for all the International Champions Cup fixtures:

Tuesday, July 16 

  • Roma vs. Chivas Guadalajara - (SeatGeek Stadium, Chicago)

Wednesday, July 17 

  • Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich - (Dignity Health Sports Park, Los Angeles)

Saturday, July 20 

  • Manchester United vs. Inter - (National Stadium, Singapore)

  • Arsenal vs. Roma - (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte)

  • Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid - (NRG Stadium, Houston)

  • Benfica vs. Chivas Guadalajara - (Levi's Stadium, Bay Area)

Sunday, July 21 

  • Juventus vs. Tottenham Hotspur - (National Stadium, Singapore)

Tuesday, July 23 

  • Real Madrid vs. Arsenal - (FedExField, Washington, D.C.)

  • Bayern Munich vs. AC Milan - (Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City)

  • Chivas Guadalajara vs. Atletico Madrid - (Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington, Texas)

Wednesday, July 24 

  • Juventus vs. Inter - (China, Location TBD)

  • Roma vs. Benfica - (Red Bull Arena, Tri-State Area)

Thursday, July 25 

  • Tottenham vs. Manchester United - (Hongkou Football Stadium, Shanghai)

Friday, July 26 

  • Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid - (MetLife Stadium, Tri-State Area)

Sunday, July 28 

  • AC Milan vs. Benfica - (Gillette Stadium, Boston)

Saturday, Aug. 3

  • Manchester United vs. AC Milan - (Principality Stadium, Cardiff)

Sunday, Aug. 4 

  • Tottenham vs. Inter - (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London)

Saturday, Aug. 10 

  • Atletico Madrid vs. Juventus - (Friends Arena, Stockholm)

Key games

Real Madrid vs Atletico on Friday, July 26: This will be the first Madrid Derby to take place outside of Europe, making the spectacular MetLife Stadium a befitting venue for this game. Los Blancos could have a few Galacticos by then and could debut them against their city rival.

Juventus v Inter on Wednesday, July 24: Given that Icardi is being linked with a move to Juventus, this could be an explosive encounter for Chinese locals to witness. Cristiano Ronaldo could feature this time around, having missed last summer's edition of the ICC due to his World Cup participation.

Atletico Madrid vs Juventus on Saturday, August 10: This is not exactly the UEFA Champions League but it's still a date between two clubs that faced each other in the Last 16 of the 2018/19 UCL. Collapsing against a Ronaldo hat-trick in Turin wasn't in the plans of Diego Simeone's men who had left La Vecchia Signora toothless at the Wanda Metropolitano. Watch out for Atleti's desire for revenge in Stockholm, Sweden. 

Who are the ICC 2019 broadcasters?

USA: ESPN holds exclusive multi-platform broadcast rights in the United States on both English and Spanish for the 2019 International Champions Cup edition. The network will cover the entire tournament on its portfolio of channels on television, online, radio as well as the ESPN app.

ESPN (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish) will combine to deliver the International Champions Cup to US audiences by both televising 15 matches each. ESPN+ will exclusively stream up to 10 live ICC matches in both English and Spanish during the tournament. The TV and streaming schedule on ESPN and ESPN+ has yet to be announced at the time of this publishing (March 2019). Please check the 2019 International Champions Cup competition page for the latest US TV upddates.

ESPN will televise all the ICC matches (Men's and Women's) in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America across ESPN platforms.

UK: In the United Kingdom, Manchester United games will be shown only on MUTV while the rest will be aired by Premier Sports and FreeSports TV UK. DAZN and beIN Sports Australia are the confirmed broadcasters for Canada and Australia, respectively.



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