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    Sky Sports adds International Champions Cup to summer of sport

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      Sky Sports adds International Champions Cup to summer of sport

      https://corporate.sky.com/media-cent...alchampionscup

      Sky Sports will show Premier League champions Leicester City exclusively live against Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Celtic in the International Champions Cup this summer.

      Adding to an unmissable summer schedule of live sport, Sky Sports will show up to 17 matches exclusively live from the three-week tournament in July and August, including the champions of England, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy and France.

      As well as Leicester City, the schedule includes live coverage of Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City plus Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Internazionale, AC Milan, Celtic and Paris Saint-Germain from venues around the world.

      Sky Sports will also show highlights of five matches involving Manchester United and Antonio Conte's Chelsea.

      Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: “After an incredible football season that no one will ever forget, it won’t be long until Sky Sports viewers can see some of Europe’s best teams and players, including Premier League champions Leicester City, back in action. The International Champions Cup adds to a fantastic summer of sport on Sky Sports and we can’t wait.”

      The International Champions Cup strengthens an unmissable summer of sport on Sky including exclusively live coverage of The Open for the first time in July. Sky Sports viewers can enjoy live England Test cricket against Sri Lanka and Pakistan, every race from Formula 1® including Monaco and Silverstone, and England’s rugby tour of Australia.

      Then in August there will be 126 live Premier League games, with more top picks and Friday night matches for the first time, 127 Football League games, in Scotland the SPFL sees the return of the Old Firm with every fixture exclusively live on Sky Sports, and more than 300 live games from Spain’s La Liga.

      Sky Sports International Champions Cup coverage:
      Manchester United v Borussia Dortmund Highlights Fri 22 Jul
      Melbourne Victory v Juventus Live Sat 23 Jul
      Celtic v Leicester City Live Sat 23 Jul
      Internazionale v Paris Saint-Germain Live Sun 24 Jul
      Manchester City v Manchester United Highlights Mon 25 Jul
      Juventus v Tottenham Hotspur Live Tue 26 Jul
      Real Madrid v Paris Saint-Germain Live Wed 27 Jul
      Bayern Munich v AC Milan Live Wed 27 Jul
      Chelsea v Liverpool Highlights Wed 27 Jul
      Borussia Dortmund v Manchester City Live Thu 28 Jul
      Tottenham Hotspur v Atletico Madrid Live Fri 29 Jul
      Celtic v Barcelona Live Sat 30 Jul
      Real Madrid v Chelsea Highlights Sat 30 Jul
      Internazionale v Bayern Munich Live Sat 30 Jul
      Liverpool v AC Milan Live Sat 30 Jul
      Paris Saint-Germain v Leicester City Live Sat 30 Jul
      Barcelona v Leicester City Live Wed 3 Aug
      Bayern Munich v Real Madrid Live Wed 3 Aug
      AC Milan v Chelsea Highlights Wed 3 Aug
      Liverpool v Barcelona Live Sat 6 Aug
      Internazionale v Celtic Live Sat 13 Aug

      Additional Matches - Non International Champions Cup

      Juventus v South China Club Live Sat 30 Jul
      Atletico Madrid v Melbourne Victory Live Sun 31 Jul
      Liverpool v AS Roma Highlights Mon 1 Aug
      Real Madrid v AS Roma Live Sat 6 Aug*

      *Real Madrid v AS Roma only takes place if Real Madrid does not win UEFA Champions League


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      Re: Sky Sports adds International Champions Cup to summer of sport

      Celtic are playing in Glasgow and Dublin for the two venues anounced so far however Man City and Man Utd are going all the way to Beijing to play each other again.. English clubs are getting stupid money!!
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      Re: Sky Sports adds International Champions Cup to summer of sport

      Getting to the point that the football season does not really end anymore, not that I'm complaining.

      @bubblegum You will have Celtic v Rangers next year.
      I for one love watching those.
      Felt sorry for Celtic last few years, the football has not been great viewing in that league without the old firm matches, much like watching La Liga when its other than Real/Barcelona/Athletico/Valencia

      Not been a great fan of these friendlies, as its cricket season to really concentrate on and the football is never that great or overly competitive.
      Odd to see Leicester there, amongst those regular teams but suppose they deserve that after the freak season.
      Hoping we get off to a good start this year to push on ready for the new season. JT is all ready to go, Blue is the Colour...

     

     

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