Guinness International Champions Cup schedule, dates, times, locations announced


Eight of the world’s biggest soccer clubs are coming to the United States this summer to compete in the Guinness International Champions Cup. The eight teams coming to the US, pending their health, schedule and how deep their players go in the World Cup and needing to qualify for European tournaments, are Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Roma and Olympiakos. Before today we knew that Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C. and Miami have been confirmed as host cities, with Miami hosting the final.

Now the full schedule has been announced and released, check it out below (via AS Roma’s website):

Here are the groups the teams will be divided in:

● Real Madrid CF – Group A
● Manchester United – Group A
● AS Roma – Group A
● Inter Milan – Group A
● Manchester City – Group B
● Liverpool FC – Group B
● AC Milan – Group B
● Olympiacos – Group B

Group A:

● Saturday, July 26: Real Madrid CF v. Inter Milan (3PM MST, Fox Sports 2) – University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona
● Saturday, July 26: Manchester United v. AS Roma (2PM MST, FOX) – Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
● Tuesday, July 29: Manchester United v. Inter Milan (7:00PM EST, Fox Sports 1) – FedEx Field, Washington D.C.
● Tuesday, July 29: Real Madrid CF v. AS Roma (8:15PM CST, Fox Sports 1) – Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas
● Saturday, August 2: Inter Milan v. AS Roma (1:00PM EST, Fox Sports 2) – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
● Saturday, August 2: Real Madrid CF v. Manchester United – To Be Announced

Group B:

● Thursday, July 24: Olympiacos v. AC Milan (8PM EST, Fox Sports 1) – Citi Field, New York, New York
● Sunday, July 27: AC Milan v. Manchester City (4PM EST, Fox Sports 1) – Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
● Sunday, July 27: Liverpool FC v. Olympiacos (5PM CST, Fox Sports 1) – Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
● Wednesday, July 30: Manchester City v. Liverpool FC (7PM EST, Fox Sports 1) – Yankee Stadium, New York, New York
● Saturday, August 2: Olympiacos v. Manchester City (2PM CST, Fox Sports 2) – TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
● Saturday, August 2: AC Milan v. Liverpool FC (6:30PM EST, Fox Sports 2) – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina

Finals:

● Winner Group A v. Winner Group B (8PM ET, Fox Sports 1) – Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida

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  • madraz

    Completely lame…not a single west coast city. Ever heard of San Diego, LA, SF, Portland, Seattle ?

    • JustinWK

      I think Bayern will be up in the NW during preseason.

  • BroadwayCJ97 .

    Was really hoping Milan would play in the Bronx