International Champions Cup 2014: Live Stream, TV Channel, Schedule, Venues, Format, Date, Start Time, Teams
The Guinness International Champions Cup will be played from Thursday, July 24, to Monday, August 4.
The tournament will be played across several venues in the United States and Canada.
The stadiums where the games will be played are Sun Life Stadium in Miami, California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Sports Authority Field in Denver, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Soldier Field in Chicago, Fed Ex Field in Washington DC, Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Yankee Stadium in New York, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, U of Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, TCF Stadium in Minneapolis, and Toronto-BMO Field in Toronto.
The games will be broadcast on Fox Sports in the United States, Sky Sports in the United Kingdom, Sportsnet World in Canada, beIN Sports Arabia 13 in most Middle East countries, Fox Sports 1 in Australia, Sky A sports + and Sukachan 1 & 5 in Japan, SBS ESPN Korea in South Korea, and Energy in Spain.
Live streaming is available on Fox Soccer 2Go, Sky Go, and beIN Sports Connect.
The International Champions Cup first kicked off in the summer of 2013, and the idea behind it was to make the traditional European club pre-season tours into a competitive tournament.
Real Madrid, Juventus, Chelsea, Inter Milan, A.C. Milan, Valencia, Everton and L.A. Galaxy featured in the first competition.
Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-1 in Miami in the final to finish as winners of the inaugural edition.
For the 2014 edition, the eight teams, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Inter Milan, A.C. Milan, AS Roma, Olympiacos and Real Madrid, will form two groups of four, and play in a round-robin format.
The winner of both groups will play in the final at Sun Life Stadium in Miami on August 4.
Here are how the groups shape up:
Group A: Manchester United, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, AS Roma
Group B: Liverpool FC, Manchester City, Olympiacos, A.C. Milan
Check out the schedule below. All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Thursday, July 24th
A.C. Milan vs Olympiacos, 8:00 p.m. @ BMO Field, Toronto
Saturday, July 26th
AS Roma vs Manchester United, 2:10 p.m. @ Sports Authority Field, Denver
Inter Milan vs Real Madrid, 3:00 p.m. @ California Memorial Stadium, Berkeley
Sunday, July 27
Manchester City vs A.C. Milan, 4:00 p.m. @ Heinz Field, Pittsburgh
Liverpool vs Olympiacos, 5:00 p.m. @ Soldier Field, Chicago
Tuesday, July 29
Inter Milan vs Manchester United, 7:00 p.m. @ Fed Ex Field, Washington D.C.
AS Roma vs Real Madrid, 8:15 p.m. @ Cotton Bowl, Dallas
Wednesday, July 30
Manchester City vs Liverpool, 7:00 p.m. @ Yankee Stadium, New York City
Saturday, August 2
AS Roma vs Inter Milan, 1:00 p.m. @ Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
Manchester City vs Olympiacos, 2:00 p.m. @ TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
Real Madrid vs Manchester United, 4:06 p.m. @ Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor
Liverpool vs AC Milan, 6:30 p.m. @ Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte.
Monday, August 4
Pool A Winner vs Pool B Winner, 8:00 p.m. @ Sun Life Stadium, Miami