2018 International Champions Cup in Singapore running attractive discounts on tickets as part of Father's Day Special

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The 2018 International Champions Cup to be held at the National Stadium in Singapore features Arsenal, Atletico Madrid and PSG.....

Less than two days remain for Father’s Day and as such, the rush to make the day special for one’s dad is well and truly on.

For those who are still looking for the perfect gift for their football crazy fathers in Singapore and Malaysia, the International Champions Cup is providing the ideal opportunity.

The annual pre-season tournament comes to the National Stadium in Singapore for the 2018 edition with European heavyweights such as Arsenal, Atletico Madrid and PSG lending their participation.

For fans of Arsenal and PSG, it will be a chance to see managers Unai Emery and Thomas Tuchel in action for the first time with their respective new clubs.

Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid are coming to the tournament on the back of an impressive UEFA Europa League win.

While the tournament promises to bring the biggest stars in world football to Singapore, fans can make use of the mouthwatering discounts being run for Father’s day. Fans can expect to receive up a discount of up to $48 off tickets for the star-studded tournament in the Father’s Day Special incentive.

Ticket for the tournament start from $28 in Category 1 and can be purchased from www.sportshub.com .

The Father’s Day discount is applicable for all three matches in the tournament. The attractive discounts start at $28 off Category 3 tickets, $38 off Category 2 tickets and $48 off Category 1. For more information, please visit  www.internationalchampionscup.sg . The special discounts will run from June 16 to 22.

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So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and gift your beloved father the most special of gifts on Father’s Day.



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