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ICC Cup starts July 17, Madrid, Man U, Arsenal in action

BY: graphic.com.gh
ICC Cup starts July 17, Madrid, Man U, Arsenal in action
ICC Cup starts July 17, Madrid, Man U, Arsenal in action

Pay television service broadcaster, StarTimes will broadcast European football's flagship pre-season competition, the 2019 International Champions Cup (ICC) from July 17th to August 10th.

StarTimes has over the years given cherished viewers access to the pre-season tournament which seeks to outdoor new signings and give fans what to expect from the players in the coming season.

The tournament, which was first organised in 2013, also serves as a platform for some of the biggest clubs in football to play club friendlies around the world (almost becoming a mock-Champions League for international fans to enjoy).

The International Champions Cup (ICC) boasts of the two largest crowds in U.S. soccer history, and the only Spanish El Clásico ever played on American soil.

The list of the tourney are; Real Madrid, Manchester United, Juventus, Inter, AC Milan and FC Bayern and it has a roster of top scorers that includes Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski.

This year, it includes 12 of the world’s most iconic and influential clubs such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Atletico Madrid, Benfica, Fiorentina and Guadalajara of Mexico.

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StarTimes is ICC tournament’s exclusive broadcaster for Sub-Saharan Africa and all 18 matches will be live and in HD on StarTimes World Football channel 245 and Sports Premium channel 246.