?The International Champions Cup is returning this summer and the fixtures that will pit 18 of Europe’s biggest teams, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus and Bayern Munich, against each other across three continents have been released.

Each club will play three times in the competition and all 27 games will take place between 20th July and 12th August in 14 venues across the USA, seven in Europe and one in Singapore.

Among the many huge clashes, Manchester United and Liverpool will meet on 28th July in Michigan’s ‘Big House’, a stadium with a capacity in excess of 100,000 that is sure to sell out.

Three days later, United will be facing Real Madrid in Miami, while there will be a repeat of the 2017 Champions League final when Real meet Juventus in Washington DC on 4th August.

Earlier on, Manchester City are due to take on Liverpool in New Jersey on 25th Jully, with Arsenal set to play both Atletico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain in Singapore.

There will be a London derby in Sweden when the Gunners then face Chelsea on 4th August.

Tottenham’s biggest game will see them face Barcelona on 28th July in the famous Pasadena Rose Bowl, the venue that hosted the 1994 World Cup final between Brazil and Italy. Spurs will have already faced Roma and AC Milan by that point.

2018 International Champions Cup Full Fixture List

Date? Fixture? Location?
20th July? ?Sevilla vs Benfica Zurich, Switzerland?
20th July? Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmun?d Chicago, USA?
21st July? Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint-Germain? Klagenfurt, ?Austria
?22nd July ?Liverpool vs Borussia Dortmund Charlotte, USA?
25th July? ?Juventus vs Bayern Munich ?Philadelphia, USA
?25th July Borussia Dortmund vs Benfica? Pittsburgh, USA
?25th July ?Manchester City vs Liverpool ?East Rutherford, USA
?25th July ?Roma vs Tottenham Hotspur ?San Diego, USA
?25th July AC Milan vs Manchester United? Pasadena, USA?
26th July? ?Atletico Madrid vs Arsenal ?Kallang, Singapore
?28th July Arsenal vs Paris Saint-Germain? Kallang, Singapore?
28th July? Chelsea vs Sevilla? Warsaw, Poland?
28th July? Benfica? vs Juventus ?Harrison, USA
?28th July ?Manchester United vs Liverpool Ann Arbor, USA?
?28th July Bayern Munich vs Manchester City? Miami, USA?
28th July? Barcelon?a vs Tottenham Hotspur ?Pasadena, USA
?30th July ?Paris Saint-Germain vs Atletico Madrid ?Kallang, Singapore
?31st July ?Barcelona vs Roma ?Arlington, USA
?31st July ?Manchester United vs Real Madrid Miami, USA?
31st July? Tottenham Hotspur vs AC Milan? ?Minneapolis, USA
?1st August ?Chelsea vs Internazionale Gothenburg, Sweden?
4th August? Arsenal vs Chelsea? Solna, Sweden?
?4th August ?Real Madrid vs Juventus ?Landover, USA
4th August? AC Milan vs Barcelona? Santa Clara, USA?
7th August? Internazionale vs Sevilla? Lecce, Italy?
7th August? Real Madrid vs Roma? East Rutherford, USA?
?12th August? Atletico Madrid vs Internazionale? Madrid, Spain?

The first games will take place just five days after the 2018 World Cup final, so the football will barely be stopping this summer.