This summer will see Real Madrid play Atlético in the Metlife Stadium, with the Italian Derby in China and current champions Tottenham showing off their new stadium.
International Champions Cup 2019 fixtures
Here's the full fixture list for this summer's 18 matches:
AS Roma v Chivas - Tuesday, July 16
Arsenal v Bayern Munich - Wednesday, July 17
Manchester United v Inter - Saturday, July 20
Arsenal v AS Roma - Saturday, July 20
Bayern Munich v Real Madrid - Saturday, July 20
Benfica v Chivas - Saturday, July 20
Juventus v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday, July 21
Real Madrid v Arsenal - Tuesday, July 23
Bayern Munich v AC Milan - Tuesday, July 23
Chivas v Atlético Madrid - Tuesday, July 23
Juventus v Inter - Wednesday, July 24
AS Roma v Benfica - Wednesday, July 24
Tottenham v Manchester United - Thursday, July 25
Real Madrid v Atlético Madrid - Friday, July 26
AC Milan v Benfica - Sunday, July 28
Manchester United v AC Milan - Saturday, August 3
Tottenham Hotspur v Inter - Sunday, August 4
Atlético Madrid v Juventus - Saturday, August 10
International Champions Cup 2019 fixtures live
As far we can tell there's no more information coming out of the International Champions Cup party HQ in the heart of SoHo for now, so we'll say goodbye on this particular live feed, thanks for following and enjoy this summer's action.
You can sign up for tickets at the ICC website, which is through this link.
Lots of mouthwatering matches but the stand outs for us are Bayern v Real Madrid (July 20), Bayern v AC Milan (July 23), Juventus v Inter (July 24), the Madrid derby (July 26) and Atlético Madrid v Juventus (August 10). Though of course we'll be covering them all.
August 10: it's a replay of this year's Champions League round of 16 match between Atlético Madrid and Juventus, and that's in Stockhom, Sweden.
August 3: Manchester United v AC Milan at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
July 28: Milan v Benfica at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
July 26: As expected Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid will meet in the Derbi Madrileño, at the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.
25 July: All-Premier League clash as reigning cup holders Tottenham Hotspur play Manchester United at the Hongkou Stadium in Shanghai.
July 24: Roma v Benfica at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison.
July 24: Juventus v Inter! Italian Derby! In Shanghai, China...
July 23: Chivas v Atlético Madrid at the Globe Life Park in Arlington.
July 23: Bayern Munich v AC Milan at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
July 23: Real Madrid v Arsenal at the FedExField in Londover.
Juventus will meet Tottenham Hotspur (or the Tottenham Hotspurs) on July 21 at the National Stadium in Singapore.
Also on July 21, but at the perfectly fitting Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, Benfica will play Chivas.
Bayern Munich v Real Madrid! That'll be on July 20 at the NRG Stadium, Houston.
July 20: Arsenal v Roma at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.
July 20: Manchester United v Inter Milan at the National Stadium in Singapore
July 17: Arsenal v Bayern Munich in Carson, California
July 16: AS Roma v Chivas at the SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois
The clubs are now publishing their own fixtures, so we'll collate them and publish them here, as the ICC haven't actually made them all available in one document yet.
The tournament will be broadcast in 170 countries. "Thanks to ESPN" says Charlie.
Inter Milan v Juventus in China is confirmed.
First ever Madrid derby outside Spain! Real Madrid v Atlético Madrid, in New York as far as we know.
That was neat, the games flashed up in quick succession... but far too fast to remember them all!
Roma will play Chivas as predicted!
Video time! Thunderous rousing music, of course!
Stillitano talking about the fans being the lifeblood of the game and how Alex Ferguson told his players they had to "sign every autograph".
"Put big against big" Stillitano says he was told by Mourinho and Alex Ferguson, in terms of organising matches that is.
Stillitano talking about how 'global' the event is.
"It's about great match ups", and Charlie Stillitano admits the ICC 'cheats' so fans can watch huge games they don't usually get to watch. He also stresses the amazing historic venues.
Lots of chat about the launch venue is New York, where there are going to be three days of partying for the ICC.
Charlie, who is CEO of Relevant Sports says it's the seventh edition and they are proud of the venues they are going to: China, Singapore, Europe and North America this year.
Organiser Charlie Stillitano is out!
Jason tells us he's played a lot of 'soccer', growing up on the iconic pitches of Kansas, and played a lot of video game soccer. And he also played a character coaching the Tottenham Hotspurs...
Jason Sudeikas is live from New York!
Remember, every team plays three other teams, and the best performer across their three games wins the cup!
More leaks ahead of the big reveal. According to Univision these are the Chivas games: Tuesday 16 July against Roma, 20 July against Benfica and 23 July against Atlético Madrid.
According to Sports Illustrated there will be a Madrid derby as one of the fixtures... Real Madrid v Atlético Madrid on 26 July in the Metlife Stadium.
The event is planned to start at 15:00 CET, so in about 10 minutes time.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the International Champions Cup live reveal of this summer's fixtures...
International Champions Cup 2019 preview
The summer's premier football tournament, the International Champions Cup, is set to announce the fixture list for this year's 2019 competition on Wednesday 27 March at 15:00 CET. We'll find out who is playing who from the 12 teams in the competition: Tottenham Hotspur, Atlético Madrid, Inter Milan, Juventus, AC Milan, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Arsenal, Benfica, Roma, Chivas de Guadalajara and Real Madrid.
This is the seventh edition of the competition and will be played in the following cities and zones, as revealed by the tournament organisers before today's fixture reveal: Los Angeles, Houston, Cardiff, Boston, Bay Area, Tri State Area, Arlington, Chicago, Washington DC, Shanghai, Kansas City, Charlotte, London, Singapore, Stockholm.
In total four matches this summer will be played in Asia, with a return to China for the first time since 2017 and Singapore hosting the tournament for the third year in a row.
Tottenham Hotspur won the tournament last year, beating Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan on goal difference. This year the winner will be the team who performs best over their three competitive matches, with each team playing three matches.