International Champions Cup 2018: Fixtures and Results

International Champions Cup

For the sixth year in a row 18 European football clubs complete their preseason by participating in the International Champions Cup. The biggest clubs from Europe will battle each other from July 21 to August 11 to decide who will become the winner of the International Champions Cup. On this page we will be keeping track of the games and will post the results as they come in.

Every game has to have a winner. A victory after 90 or 120 minutes will reward a team with 3 points. A team that wins after a penalty shootout, will earn 2 points, while the team that loses the shootout receives 1 point. A loss earns a team no points.

Fixtures & Results

21 July

Manchester City – Borussia Dortmund (Soldier Field, Chicago) – 0-1
Bayern Munich – Paris Saint-Germain (Wörthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt) – 3-1

22 July

Liverpool – Borussia Dortmund (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte) – 1-3

26 July

Juventus – Bayern Munich (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia) 2-0
Borussia Dortmund – Benfica (Heinz Field, Pittsburgh) 2-2 P
Manchester City – Liverpool (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford) 1-2
AS Roma – Tottenham Hotspur (SDCCU Stadium, San Diego) 1-4
AC Milan – Manchester United (StubHub Center, Carson, California) 1-1 P
Atlético Madrid – Arsenal (National Stadium, Kallang) P 1-1

28 July

Arsenal – Paris Saint-Germain (National Stadium, Kallang) 5-1
Benfica – Juventus (Red Bull Arena, Harrison) 1-1 P
Chelsea – Internazionale (Allianz Riviera, Nice) P 1-1
Manchester United – Liverpool (Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor) 1-4

29 July

Bayern Munich – Manchester City (Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens) 2-3
Barcelona – Tottenham Hotspur (Rose Bowl, Pasadena P 2-2

30 July

Paris Saint-Germain – Atlético Madrid (National Stadium, Kallang) 3-2

1 August

Manchester United – Real Madrid (Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens) 2-1
Tottenham Hotspur – AC Milan (US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis) 1-0
Barcelona – AS Roma (AT&T Stadium, Arlington) 2-4
Arsenal – Chelsea (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) 1-1 P
Benfica – Olympique Lyon (Estádio Algarve, Faro-Loulé) 2-3

4 August

Internazionale – Olympique Lyon (Stadio Via del Mare, Lecce) 1-0

5 August

Real Madrid – Juventus (FedExField, Landover) 3-1
AC Milan – Barcelona (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara) 1-0

7 August

Chelsea – Olympique Lyon (Stamford Bridge, London) P 0-0

8 August

Real Madrid – AS Roma (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford) 2-1

11 August

Atlético Madrid – Internazionale (Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid)


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