How to see Barcelona at the International Champions Cup

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez hit the USA this month for three huge exhibition matches, facing local rivals Real Madrid in a summer Clasico

Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar hit the USA this week as Barcalona arrive for the International Champions Cup.

North American fans can’t wait to see the famed MSN frontline as the Spanish giants are set to play three matches at ICC 2017, all in the USA - including a clasico against great rivals Real Madrid.

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INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP 2017


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The International Champions Cup is now an annual event that showcases the greatest club sides in world football.

The tournament kicked off in 2013 in the USA, and for the past two editions has been divided into separate regions, bringing some of the biggest names in the game to the USA, Australia and Asia.

This time around, however, Singapore have replaced Australia. Along with China, Singapore will host three games each. There are no less than 12 games taking place in the USA, including el Clasico and a Manchester derby.

The tournament runs throughout July as clubs welcome back their players after a summer break to prepare for the gruelling season ahead.


WHO ARE BARCELONA GOING TO PLAY?


Barcelona will play three matches in the competition, kicking off with a test against Italian champions Juventus before facing off against Manchester United. They end their campaign with a Clasico against rivals Real Madrid.

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Date Time (Local) Time (GMT) Match Venue
22/07/17 18:00 23:00 Juventus vs Barcelona MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey (USA)
26/07/17 19:30 00:30 Barcelona vs Manchester United FedExField, Landover, Maryland (USA)
29/07/17 19:30 00:30 Real Madrid vs Barcelona Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida (USA)

 


AT WHICH STADIUMS WILL BARCA PLAY?


MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, New Jersey):

MetLife Stadium

FedEx Field (Landover, Maryland):

FedEx Field

Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, Florida):

Hard Rock Stadium


WHERE YOU CAN SEE BARCELONA IN THE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP


Barcelona's three matches will be screened across the globe, with viewers in the UK able to catch the action via Premier Sports TV. The matches will also be available online via their Premier Player streaming service.

Viewers in USA can catch all the action on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

Goal will also be providing live, comprehensive coverage of the pre-season tournament on our site, Facebook , Twitter , Instagram and more.


BARCELONA'S PLAYERS TO WATCH IN USA


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All eyes will be on MSN, with North American fans desperate to catch a glimpse of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez, perhaps the greatest attacking trio the game has seen.

There will also be a lot of attention focused on new coach Ernesto Valverde, and how he plans to get the best out of the world’s most devastating frontline.


BARCELONA'S TRANSFER WINDOW SO FAR


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Portuguese right-back Nelson Semedo is the biggest arrival of the summer so far, with the 23-year-old arriving from Benfica in a deal that could rise to €35 million as Barca attempt to plug the Dani Alves-shaped hole that has existed in their backline for more than a year.

La Masia graduate Gerard Deulofeu has returned to the club, but the biggest change in the ranks comes on the bench, where Ernesto Valverde has replaced Luis Enrique as coach following an impressive spell with Athletic Bilbao.


GET ALL THE NEWS ON YOUR START PAGE


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Goal is launching a new and unique product that allows you to monitor every aspect of your favourite team in one single place. Centralising video, news, live scores, Facebook updates and more, there are few better ways to keep up with news from the ICC than with MyTab, the perfect Google Chrome extension for Barcelona fans this summer. 

Once installed, it will appear directly on your start page when you open your browser so you will be the first to hear about any rumours or news - you won't miss a thing.

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