Do you want to watch the 2019 International Champions Cup (or ICC) live online? If you do, it’s perfect as we reveal below where you can watch some of the matches live online.
This pre-season friendly club competition is bringing together some of the world’s biggest clubs and stars. The 2019 edition will be the seventh edition of the a series of friendly association football matches. A total of 12 teams will participate in this years tournament and there will be 16 venues in countries around the world including the USA, England, Sweeden and Singapore and Shanghai. Each team will play three matches. There will be 18 matches in total.
What Teams are Participating?
The following teams are competing in the 2019 tournament:
England: Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur
Germany: Bayern Munich
Italy: Inter Milan
Spain: Atlético Madrid
Spain: Real Madrid
Are There Any Big Football Stars Playing?
Big names to watch out for include: Cristiano Ronaldo, Eden Hazard, Paul Pogba, Gareth Bale, Harry Kane, Robert Lewandowski, Luka Modric and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
2019 International Champions Cup fixtures
Wednesday 17th July: 11am AEST, Fiorentina v Guadalajara
Thursday 18th July: 1pm AEST, Arsenal v Bayern Munich
Saturday 20th July: 9:15pm AEST, Manchester United v Inter Milan
Sunday 21st July: 6am AEST, Benfica v Guadalajara
Sunday 21st July: 8am AEST, Arsenal v Fiorentina
Sunday 21st July: 10am AEST, Bayern Munich v Real Madrid
Sunday 21st July: 9:15pm AEST, Juventus v Tottenham Hotspur
Wednesday 24th July: 9am AEST, Real Madrid v Arsenal
Wednesday 24th July: 11am AEST, Bayern Munich v AC Milan
Wednesday 24th July: 11am AEST, Guadalajara v Atletico Madrid
Wednesday 24th July: 9:15pm AEST, Juventus v Inter Milan
Thursday 25th July: 10am AEST, Fiorentina v Benfica
Thursday 25th July: 9:15pm AEST, Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Saturday 27th July: 9:45am AEST, Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid
Monday 29th July: 5am AEST, AC Milan v Benfica
Sunday 4th August: 2:30am AEST, Manchester United v AC Milan
Monday 5th August: 12am AEST, Tottenham Hotspur v Inter Milan
Sunday 11th August: 2am AEST, Atletico Madrid v Juventus
Where to Watch It?
All 18 matches will be live streamed for the unsold markets and highlights also available for all territories around the world via ICC’s official website.
If you’re located in the UK Premier Sport have the rights to show 15 of 18 matches live. But the broadcasting rights allow the bookmaker bet365 to stream some of the matches live via their live streaming portal. This is perfect if you already have an account with them. bet365 is a bookmaker, one of the best in our opinion for live streaming of sports, but there are a few terms and conditions that apply if you want to watch it with them.