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International Champions Cup Presale Code – ICC Presale & Schedule

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International Champions Cup Presale Tickets are currently available for the 2018 event that will unfold throughout the entirety of July and the first half of August. 18 teams will square off for a prestigious global trophy that has become increasingly so in the last handful of years. Matches will unfold in several soccer nations, and a large handful of them will take place at some of the biggest outdoor stadiums in all of the United States.

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This includes a July 20 match between Manchester City of England and Borussia Dortmund of Germany at Soldier Field in Chicago. Just a few years ago, the United States began to become very interested in offering up stadiums from East to West for some of these big-time international matches to unfold. The ICC was welcome to the idea, and it they were anxious to utilize some of the most impressive and modern-day, cutting-edge facilities to stage these important and somewhat rare games.

In addition to Soldier Field, late-July games will unfold at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. International Champions Cup Presale Codes will help fans secure ICC Presale Tickets for amazingly low prices.

West-coast fans will have a chance to witness world-class soccer action when Roma takes on Tottenham Hotspur at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego on July 25, and Milan will be facing off with Manchester United on the same day – just an hour or so up the highway at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. A handful of the stadiums will host a second game in the final days of July or the first week of August. AT&T Stadium in Arlington will host a huge match between Barcelona and Roma on the evening of July 31, and Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara will host Milan vs Barcelona on the evening of August 4.

Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor has by far the largest capacity of any venue that will host an event in the 2018 ICC, and it will prepare its green pitch immaculately for a showdown between Manchester United and Liverpool on the evening of July 28. The Stadium is primarily utilized to host Michigan Wolverines football games, which it does several times per spring and winter in front of a capacity well over 100,000. It is a single-deck stadium, meaning that rows rise steadily from the ground-level to the top, providing all sorts of amazing views in the process.

There are no teams from the United States competing in this tournament, but there are six from England, four from Italy, four from Spain, two from Germany and one each from France and Portugal. Other huge outdoor venues for sporting entertainment in Miami, Minneapolis and Harrison will also host matches. Now is the right time to have a look at our easy-to-view and access ICC 2018 Schedule.

The International Champions Cup was founded in 2013, and the number of teams has quickly expanded from 3 to 17 in the few years since. It has not only grown in size, but also in both global attention and prestige. The action has largely been dominated by Spanish squads Barcelona and Real Madrid. How this year shakes down is anyone’s guess as of now, but the action sure to be entertaining and fast-paced from start to finish. In past years, Australia and China have staged matches and hosted sections of the tournament. That will not be the case this year, as the action will largely be focused throughout North America and Europe. Find cheap ICC 2018 Tickets now.

International Champions Cup Schedule

July 20

2 p.m. ET: Sevilla vs. Benfica (Letzigrund Stadion)
9 p.m. ET: Borussia Dortmund vs. Manchester City (Soldier Field)

July 21
Noon ET: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Bayern Munich (Worthersee Stadion)

July 22
4 p.m. ET: Borussia Dortmund vs. Liverpool (Bank of America Stadium)

July 25
7 p.m. ET: Juventus vs. Bayern Munich (Lincoln Financial Field)
8 p.m. ET: Manchester City vs. Liverpool (MetLife Stadium)
8 p.m. ET: Borussia Dortmund vs. Benfica (Heinz Field)
10 p.m. ET: Roma vs. Tottenham Hotspur (SDCCU Stadium)
11 p.m. ET: AC Milan vs. Manchester United (Rose Bowl)

July 26
7:30 a.m. ET: Atletico Madrid vs. Arsenal (Singapore National Stadium)

July 28
7:30 a.m. ET: Arsenal vs. Paris Saint-Germain (Singapore National Stadium)
11 a.m. ET: Chelsea vs. Sevilla (National Stadium)
1 p.m. ET: Benfica vs. Juventus (Red Bull Arena)
5 p.m. ET: Manchester United vs. Liverpool (Michigan Stadium)
7 p.m. ET: Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City (Hard Rock Stadium)
11 p.m. ET: Barcelona vs. Tottenham Hotspur (Rose Bowl)

July 30
7:30 a.m. ET: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Atletico Madrid (Singapore National Stadium)

July 31
8 p.m. ET: Manchester United vs. Real Madrid (Hard Rock Stadium)
8:30 p.m. ET: Tottenham Hotspur vs. AC Milan (US Bank Stadium)
10 p.m. ET: Barcelona vs. Roma (AT&T Stadium)

August 1
1 p.m. ET: Chelsea vs. Inter Milan (Ullevi Stadium)

August 4
2 p.m. ET: Arsenal vs. Chelsea (Friends Arena)
6 p.m. ET: Real Madrid vs. Juventus (FedEx Field)
8 p.m. ET: AC Milan vs. Barcelona (Levi’s Stadium)

August 7
1 p.m. ET: Inter Milan vs. Sevilla (Via del Mare)
8 p.m. ET: Real Madrid vs. Roma (MetLife Stadium)

August 12
2 p.m. ET: Atletico Madrid vs. Inter Milan (Wanda Metropolitano)