International Champions Cup 2018 Fixtures, Kick-off Times and Teams Taking Part

The International Champions Cup starts this weekend as some of Europe’s best teams gather in various parts of the World to compete in the high-profile pre-season friendly tournament this summer.

There are 17 different locations where matches in the 2018 International Champions Cup are taking place, from Bay Area on the west coast of America to Singapore. This year the ICC includes all eight Champions League quarter finalists from last season and 90 of the top 100 ranked players in World football. It really is the tournament to be seen at this summer.

 

What is the International Champions Cup?

The International Champions Cup is a pre-season friendly tournament spanning the globe. It brings together 18 European teams including Premier League teams Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal. The teams play matches around the world at 17 different venues – five in Europe, 13 in the USA and Sigapore.

“The combination of teams and players—legends and young guns traveling to meet, or create, fans in far-flung places—is a recipe for wide-open, attacking-oriented, beautiful football. The ICC brings the greatest clubs, the era-defining players, and the game’s most intriguing prospects to spectators all over the world like no other competition on the planet.”

 

What Teams are in the 2018 International Champions Cup?

Premier League: Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool

La Liga: Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid

Serie A: Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Roma

Ligue 1: Lyon and PSG

Bundesliga: Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund

Primeria Liga: Benfica

Man City ICC squad

Manchester City’s squad for the International Champions Cup 2018.

 

International Champions Cup 2018 Fixtures

July 21 2018

Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund

00:00 BST, Soldier Field, Chicago.

Bayern Munich v Paris Saint-Germain

14:30 BST, Wörthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt

 

July 22, 2018

Liverpool v Borussia Dortmund

21:00 BST, Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte

 

July 26, 2018

Juventus v Bayern Munich

00:00 BST, Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia.

 

Borussia Dortmund v Benfica

01:00 BST, Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

 

Manchester City v Liverpool

01:00 BST, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

 

Roma v Tottenham Hotspur

03:00 BST, SDCCU Stadium, San Diego

 

AC Milan v Manchester United

04:00 BST, StubHub Center, Carson, California

 

Atlético Madrid v Arsenal

12:30 BST, National Stadium, Kallang

 

July 28, 2018

Arsenal v  Paris Saint-Germain

12:30 BST, National Stadium, Kallang

 

Benfica v Juventus

18:00 BST, Red Bull Arena, Harrison

 

Chelsea v Inter Milan

19:00 BST, Allianz Riviera, Nice

 

Manchester United v Liverpool

22:00 BST, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor

 

July 29, 2018

Bayern Munich v Manchester City

00:00 BST, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens

 

Barcelona v Tottenham Hotspur

04:00 BST, Rose Bowl, Pasadena

 

July 30, 2018

Paris Saint-Germain v Atlético Madrid

12:30 BST, National Stadium, Kallang

August 1st, 2018

Manchester United v Real Madrid

01:00 BST, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens

 

Tottenham Hotspur v AC Milan

01:30 BST, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

 

Barcelona v Roma

03:00 BST, AT&T Stadium, Arlington

 

Arsenal v Chelsea

20:00 BST, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

 

Benfica v Lyon

21:00 BST, Estádio Algarve, Faro-Loulé

 

August 4, 2018

Inter Milan v Lyon

19:00 BST, Stadio Via del Mare, Lecce

 

Real Madrid v Juventus

23:00 BST, FedExField, Landover

 

August 5, 2018

AC Milan v Barcelona

01:00 BST, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

 

August 7, 2018

Chelsea v Lyon

20:00 BST, Stamford Bridge, London

 

August 8, 2018

Real Madrid v Roma

01:00 BST, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

 

August 12, 2018

Atlético Madrid v Inter Milan

19:00 BST, Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid

The ICC fixtures start with Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmund this weekend, and runs all the way through to the 12th August where the tournament comes to a close when Atletico Madrid play Inter Milan in Atletico’s new stadium in Madrid.

 

What is the Format for the ICC?

The teams will all play three matches and a league table will be drawn up. Teams will get three points for a win, one point for a loss on penalties or two points if they win their match on penalties, 0 points for a loss. There is no extra-time so matches will go straight to penalties if it’s a draw after 90 minutes.

Teams can use a squad of 30 players and a maximum of 11 substitutes is allowed per fixture.

No bookings or sending offs will carry over onto the next match.

 

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