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2017 International Champions Cup: Pre-season tournament live streaming, fixtures and live stream

Jon Wilde 24 Jul 2017
  • The 2017 International Champions Cup runs from July 18-30
  • Get all the fixture dates for matches in the USA and Far East
  • Watch and bet on live streaming of the International Champions Cup at bet365 > Live Streaming
Real Madrid players pose with the trophy after winning an International Champions Cup match against AC Milan in Shanghai (credit: Getty Images)

The 2017 edition of the International Champions Cup has been given a more compact schedule and is being squeezed into a two-week period from July 18-30.

Watch and bet on live streaming of the International Champions Cup at bet365 > Live Streaming


2017 International Champions Cup fixtures (all kick-off times BST):

Tuesday July 25


12:35: Bayern Munich v Chelsea (Singapore)
01:00 (Wed): Roma v Tottenham Hotspur (New York)

Wednesday July 26


00:30 (Thu): Barcelona v Manchester United (Washington DC)
01:30 (Thu): Juventus v Paris Saint-Germain (Miami)
04:00 (Thu): Manchester City v Real Madrid (Los Angeles)

Thursday July 27


12:35: Bayern Munich v Inter Milan (Singapore)

Saturday July 29


12:35: Chelsea v Inter Milan (Singapore)
23:00: Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (Nashville)
00:30 (Sun): Barcelona v Real Madrid (Miami)

Sunday July 30


21:00: Juventus v Roma (Boston)

The 2017 International Champions Cup

Whereas last year this increasingly prestigious pre-season friendly competition was stretched out into mid-August, this time it will be all done and dusted before the 2017-18 season gets under way.

Another difference is that the 2017 International Champions Cup does not visit Australia, instead focusing upon the United States and the Far East where China and Singapore play host.

A total of 15 teams are competing, 13 of them sticking to one country with Bayern Munich and Inter Milan the exceptions as they visit Singapore as well as China.

The most successful International Champions Cup team in the last couple of years has been Paris Saint-Germain and they are trying to win the North American section for a third straight time.

The action began in Guangzhou on Tuesday July 18 when AC Milan lost 3-1 to Borussia Dortmund with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring a double, while the last of the 18 matches is scheduled for Sunday July 30 at the Gillette Stadium near Boston, Massachusetts between the 2016-17 campaign’s top two clubs in Serie A, Juventus and Roma.

Five English clubs are taking part and three of them feature in the United States section, including Manchester United and Manchester City who met in their first ever derby match on overseas soil in Houston, Texas on Thursday July 20 with the Red Devils emerging as 2-0 winners.

Paris Saint-Germain celebrate with the trophy after winning the 2015 International Champions Cup (Getty Images)


The Manchester rivals were due to face each other in Beijing during last year’s International Champions Cup but the fixture was cancelled due to an unplayable pitch.

Tottenham Hotspur are the other Premier League team heading Stateside and they take on Paris Saint-Germain, whom they beat 4-2, Roma and Manchester City.

England’s representatives in China at the Audi Football Summit were Arsenal, who drew 1-1 with Bayern Munich in Shanghai and triumphed on penalties in what was their only International Champions Cup fixture of their summer tour which also visited Australia – the Gunners’ match against Chelsea in Beijing was not part of this series.

Premier League champions Chelsea go up against Bayern Munich and Inter Milan in a triangular series that comprises the Singapore section of the competition.


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